One Stop Shopping for Learning Online Commerce
Technology continues to change how commerce is being done online. Tools are getting easier to use, systems are integrating smoother, and merchants are offering more. Even so, there is still a lot to learn if you want to set up or improve a commerce site. Some of the companies that have been playing in the commerce space include names you’ve heard before such as eBay and PayPal.
When it comes to learning about trends and technology related to commerce, what do you get when you mix eBay, PayPal, and Magento? You end up with the X.commerce Innovate Developer Conference!
When it comes to building end-to-end commerce solutions, it is no shock that companies like eBay and PayPal have more than enough experience to share. In fact, they both offered developer conferences in the past where they’ve done exactly that. Now, however, they are combining forces along with others to offer a single conference for you to attend where you can get all the information. It is a bit of “one stop” shopping!
Taking place from October 12th through the 14th, this conference will offer seven tracks and nearly 50 sessions covering a variety of topics including the following:
- The near future of web applications •
- Open source commerce software •
- Turning data into gold •
- Cloud computing and ecommerce •
- SoLoMo: Social-Local-Mobile and retail •
- Facebook and commerce •
- Creating mobile experiences •
- Barcoding, QR codes, and mobile devices •
- Mobile ads •
- Invoicing (with PayPal) •
- Building Checkouts •
- PayPal under the hood •
- Selling on eBay •
- Shipping APIs •
- Pop-up commerce •
- The X.commerce platform •
- Developing Magento solutions •
- The Road to Monetization
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Of course, this is just some of the sessions presented by a variety of speakers from companies ranging from Adobe to X.commerce, with Facebook, eBay, PayPal, and Pitney Bowes being just some of the company names you are likely to recognize.
This is expected to be an interesting conference for those interested in online commerce including enterprise developers, SMBs, garage developers/start-ups, and Web developers. If you want to know more about this opportunity to network with peers, to learn about the technical details of online commerce, and to simply have fun, you can check out their conference site by Clicking Here
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Originally published on http://www.developer.com.