November 28, 2017 | Annie Terry

#SmallBizHack & QuickBooks Connect Toronto

Intuit Developer and Intuit QuickBooks are heading North, to the land of maple syrup, Niagara Falls, and an actual interest in ice hockey.  We’re going to Canada, eh?

  Small Business Hackathon

Join us on Saturday & Sunday, December 2-3, 2017 at Devhub in Toronto for the QuickBooks Small Business Hackathon. Come build something that helps small businesses save time so they can get back to their passions. We’ll be providing tons of help, ideation, and support to help you create new innovations for small business.  You’ll be fueled, fed, and entertained while you code your way to winning great prizes, not to mention the chance at $5000 CAD!

Check out smallbizhacktoronto.com for further details and grab your ticket now!

BTW – The first 25 hackers to check in at Devhub on December 2nd win a Google Home Mini!

 QuickBooks Connect Developer Sessions

On Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at the QuickBooks Connect Toronto Conference, not only will we have amazing keynotes, speakers and breakout sessions, we have some special sessions JUST for developers.

Take a look:

  • The Momentum of QuickBooks Developers: The Ride to Success
  • Get Your App Out There!  Developer Panel moderated by Matt Kanas and Jimmy Wong
  • App Integration Design Best Practices

Please see the full list of QuickBooks Connect Breakout Sessions offered in Toronto.  We’ll also be offering tech connect open office hours staffed with many members of the Intuit Developer team to help answer all of your questions about the QuickBooks Online API, publishing to Apps.com, or anything that’s bogging you down.

Use code CADev to get 40% off your QuickBooks Connect Toronto registration.

This is our first time in Canada.  We’re excited to hit up our neighbors to the North, the great country of Canada, and we hope you’ll meet us there.  Maybe we’ll run into the Biebs or Celine Dion, or maybe we could share some poutine.  Wait, no, get your own… this poutine is mine.

SEE YOU THERE!  

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