Cloud storage giant Dropbox will host it’s first ever developers conference called DBX on July 9 at Fort Mason, San Francisco, California.
The top priority storage provider among netizens to store files, videos, music and documents, Dropbox has announced that the conference is a connection point for developers to interact with their fellow peers and Dropbox API engineers and designers.
The sparse details revealed so far indicate that the one day conference will be a place to learn about latest features on Dropbox’s platform, new products that will make developing on Dropbox easier and see the things built by third-party developers.
“People create more than a billion memories, thoughts, and moments in Dropbox every day. On July 9th, 2013, we’re bringing together our community of developers and partners to build on these experiences and design the future,” said company in the official announcement.
What sets DBX apart from the other developer conferences organized by the likes of Apple and Microsoft is the fact that it is an invitation only event.
People who wish to attend will have to request an invitation from the Dropbox team, wait to hear back from them, and if accepted, pay $350 for the same. The company has specifically emphasized on the fact that the tickets are limited.
The ‘invitation only’ move means that Dropbox gets to maximize the impact of DBX by cherry-picking the developers and enterprises it wants to add to its service.