Newsletter - April 2013
April 2013

Exadel Launches to Speed Mobile Innovation in the Enterprise

On April 23d, we made it official. We're spreading the word far and wide about You can read more about the significance of our launch in this blog posting.

Immediately, our message of speeding mobile innovation has started generating a lot of buzz. Here are just two of the articles about the launch of Steals the Show at TechCrunch Disrupt NY

An team (Francisco Kattan, Max Katz, and Oleksander Piskun) headed out to New York for the TechCrunch Disrupt NY Hackathon that ran the weekend of April 27-28. Our team was there to help developers using and to award prizes in our own contest. Check out this collection of social media buzz and other web clippings that captures some of the flavor of the event.

30 teams used to develop their hacks at the event. Yes, 30 teams! That's a record for TechCrunch (the next closest sponsor was a distant second at 15 teams).

The three winners for our own contest were Bar Power, CareerHound, and WaterLog.Congratulation again! figured in many other contest victories, too — for instance, the winners of the Visa and AT&T contests built their projects with Congratulation to all the winners!

One thing that appealed to developers at the hackathon is the large collection of plug-ins features in its catalog. These plug-ins allow you to add ready-made connections to popular APIs (like, Twilio, Aetna CarePass, and BestBuy, to name a few) right into your app. If you haven't checked out the plug-in collection recently, take a look. (And, because the catalog is built by the community, you can have your own plug-ins published through the catalog.)

Learn How to Benefit from Our New Partnership with Mashery

We are planning a webinar later in May hosted with Mashery to demonstrate how you can get the most out of our partnership with them. It'll feature two evangelists presenting: our own Max Katz and Mashery's Neil Mansilla. Sign up now:

Building Apps with and Mashery-Managed APIs
Tuesday, May 21, 2013 10:00am Pacific Time

(Always check our plancast calendar for upcoming webinars and other events.)

Need Help?

If you need help, you can always contact us on the forum, via e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, or our blog.

Thank you,
Max Katz and the rest of the team

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