Category: QuickBooks Connect 2015
Videos Available: Relive the #QBConnect Dev Sessions and #QBHack Finalist Pitches
Whether you attended QuickBooks Connect 2015 last November and want to review some of the talks, or you didn’t get there and weren’t able to attend and wonder what you missed, you’re in luck! We’ve posted videos of the Developer Track talks on the Intuit Developer YouTube channel.
Ready for Replay: QuickBooks Connect 2015 Developer Sessions
Did you attend the developer sessions at QuickBooks Connect 2015 and wish you could refer back to the slides from the talks? Or maybe you couldn’t make it to the event, and you’re wondering what you missed? The presentation content is now posted to the Intuit Developer channel on SlideShare for your reference.
It's a wrap: 154 developers, 40 team pitches, 14 finalists, 4 winners!
If you were at QuickBooks Connect 2015 earlier this week, you heard Intuit founder Scott Cook announce the winners of the $100k Hackathon on the main stage on Tuesday morning. Did you miss it?
After midnight and #QBHack'ers still coding …
Someone once said that the day’s not over till you go to bed … if that’s true, then we’re still on Day 1 of the QuickBooks Connect 2015 Hackathon, even though it’s well past midnight. It’s been a full day of learning and coding, with a healthy dose of raffles, prizes, networking, and plenty of great food and drink.
Ideas, customers, prizes: It's all at the QuickBooks Connect Hackathon
Our $100k Hackathon is kicking off in just a few days, on Sunday, Nov. 1, in San Jose. We’re ready … are you? This year’s theme focuses on creating solutions to real small business pain points, with a track dedicated to the unique needs of non-profits.
Still thinking of hackathon ideas?
The QuickBooks Connect hackathon is just around the corner, but there’s still time to learn more about the problems QuickBooks Online users are facing and what developers can do to help. We recently hosted a couple Friday Hangouts where we asked accountants to share their largest pain points that they and their customers face every day.
Small Business is Big Business for Developers at QuickBooks Connect
QuickBooks Connect 2015 is less than two weeks away, and here at Intuit Developer, we are excited! With the $100k hackathon, the industry leaders who are speaking, the developer track sessions, and the networking opportunities, this is an event that devs shouldn’t miss.
2015 QuickBooks Connect Hackathon Final Round Judges
Over here at Intuit Developer, we’re busy dotting our i’s and crossing our t’s in the final weeks before QuickBooks Connect and of course, our hackathon. If you’re planning on hacking, make sure you’ve read through the major details like where and when the event will be held, the rules, and most importantly, what the tracks and hack challenges are so you can prepare your ideas.
Vet your app idea with accountants this Friday, Oct. 16
Do you have several hack ideas and don’t know which to choose or is the most viable? Or maybe you’re a first-time hacker at QuickBooks Connect and want to discuss what accountants and small businesses are looking for in the next class of innovative apps? We hear you and we’re want to hear from you!
We want YOU at QuickBooks Connect this year!
Be one of the first 10 devs to submit your app and get successfully published on Apps.com by October 23, and we’ll give you a pass to QuickBooks Connect 2015, including a 2-night hotel stay, to keep you near the action.