Ribbit throwing platform party for Flex developer community

We just announced that we are holding a platform release party in San Francisco on the night of December 13th. It’s going to be an amazing event and we have several, exiting key announcements to make about the next release of our platform.

Our platform has grown to hundreds of Flex developers form over 40 countries coding with our telephony and voice messaging component, building next generation communications apps for Flex and AIR. It is now time to take things to the next level. 

All developers are welcome, whether you are already part of our developer community, looking to learn more, already coding Flex or looking for a reason to code. The party and event are set to immediately follow the December Silicon Valley Flex User’s Group (SILVAFUG) meeting, and we’ve arranged food and beverages for everyone attending!

Read through the invitation (copied below), recently posted on our developer site blog, and you will pick up some hints as to why you need to attend this party! I’m most excited sharing details about our future marketplace for developer applications as well as sharing our technology with a new wave of developers.

On December 13th 2007, Ribbit will be hosting the Platform Release Party in San Francisco.    

This event will be our first direct public engagement with the developer community. We will officially launch our Ribbit Developer Platform with details about our future marketplace for developer applications, where our users will become a developer’s market opportunity.

Join Ribbit’s CEO to hear about the benefits of Ribbit’s developer offering from key technology partners and current developers.

Chuck Freedman, Director of Ribbit’s Developer Platform, will share the magic behind Ribbit’s Developer Component, revealing how easy it is to code Adobe Flex and AIR applications to make/receive calls, record and send voice messages, and manage contacts. Learn about new features in the Beta 2 release, which allow Ribbit users to sign up, access and maintain their account from anywhere on the Web.

Come see why developers from more than 40 countries are actively building the next generation of web and desktop communication applications using the Ribbit Developer Platform.

We have a cap on the attendance, so be sure to RSVP to secure your seat.

For event details and RSVP see the link below.