Get Ready, Bay Area: Pre-WWDC party, Droidcon, and user visits

Join us for our first annual pre-WWDC Barcade Bash in San Jose, DroidCon SF, and three days packed with customer / developer visits

Rik Haandrikman

Rik Haandrikman

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We’re excited to go back to the Bay Area from June 4 to 10 for a week of meeting, partying, and learning with developers

Book a visit and we’ll drop by your office

If you’re based in the San Francisco area, we have a limited number of slots available to drop by your office and meet. This is a great chance for us to learn more about your app(s), hear your feedback, learn about some additional problems we could solve for you, and — most importantly — drop off some sweet swag.

We’re bringing along engineers, product people, and you might even find Jacob in your office, so these visits are a great way to get your burning RevenueCat questions answered by the folks that know RC best.

Book a slot for your visit on Calendly

Join us at our WWDC pre-event in San Jose

On the evening of the 4th, as San Jose floods with iOS devs preparing for WWDC 2023, we’re introducing a new tradition: RevenueCat’s annual pre-WWDC Barcade Bash.

We’re taking over MINIBOSS, an arcade a few miles from Apple Campus, for an evening of free food and drinks, exclusive swag, and classic arcade games.

During the evening, we’ll be hosting an opt-in pinball tournament, featuring a premium mechanical keyboard as the grand prize for this year’s pinball wizard.

Additionally, this is where you can get your hands on our soon-to-be-iconic App Store Rejection Socks. All you need to do is prove you’ve had an update to your app rejected by Apple, and you’ll walk away on a pair of exclusive socks. Socks created specifically to help ease the pain of rejection, and fill you with energy for another submission.

Claim one of only 200 available seats here

Attend our talk: “The joys and challenges of building a paywall with BillingClient”

Hot on the heels of Google I/O 2023, RevenueCat engineers Andy Boedo and Mark Villacampa will take the DroidCon SF audience through the recent changes to Play Billing Library, from the massive changes announced last your with Billing Library 5 to the smaller changes and improvements announced mere weeks ago for PBL6.

On the morning of June 8th, Andy and Mark will present the biggest changes PBL, some of the challenges we uncovered as we migrated over 10,000+ RevenueCat customers, and will live code a paywall featuring some new Billing Library functionality.

So if you’re attending this year’s Droidcon SF, put 11:15 and the Robertson 2 room in your agenda – With another Billing Library deprecation date just around the corner, this is one talk you don’t want to miss.

Come see us at our DroidCon SF booth

If you’re an Android developer in the Bay Area, chances are, you’re heading to Droidcon SF. While there, come say hello at the RevenueCat booth. You can chat with the team, grab some cool exclusive RevenueCat x Android swag, and win one of only a hundred hand-painted dollar bill artworks:

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