Web Summit Is Here – and We Have a New API
It has been a long time! And what a better way to get back on track with our blog than to announce a new release AND our presence at one of the biggest tech events in the world?
Web Summit is here. The second edition in Portugal takes place this November 6th-9th in the sunny Lisbon. We must admit that we are biased, though, as I am Portuguese and part of our team is based in Lisbon. Anyway, this is a huge event for the city and for the start-up scene, which rose so quickly in Portugal.
Since this is a big moment, we decided to celebrate with a big release. We are launching the version 1.0 of our public API on November 8th at Web Summit, where we were selected to have a booth at the Beta program! This new product will make data scientists’ lives easier, as it will allow to integrate DefinedCrowd platform on their own machine learning infrastructure. In other words, you will have access to high-quality data right in your own platform by simply calling an API. Practical, isn’t it?
If you are in Lisbon for Web Summit, make sure you stop by the Stand B 412 on November 8th, at the Big Data Exhibition Area. We will be there to show you all you can do with this new product.
But this isn’t all!
In addition to these news, I am proud to announce that DefinedCrowd was selected to pitch at Web Summit, where I will present our company to an audience filled with top tech speakers, attendees, and juries. This is an amazing opportunity and we are really excited (and a bit nervous!).
Summing up the essential news:
- A public API access for DefinedCrowd’s data platform will be available on November 8th;
- DefinedCrowd will be at Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal. More specifically, on November 8th, on the Stand B 412 at the Big Data Exhibition Area;
- I will be pitching DefinedCrowd on Tuesday, 7th November on Pitch Stage 2 at 2pm.
We are looking forward to seeing you at Web Summit. Stop by our booth, drop us a message on our social media channels or email us at [email protected], we want to hear from you!
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