Join Datacratic & Spotify for a developer & engineering meetup to talk about real time bidding solutions using the RTBkit and Ad Tech strategies, technologies and implementation by Spotify.
When is it?
Tuesday May 6th from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Where is it?
The RTBkit Developers Meetup will be hosted by Spotify at their office in New York City. Registered participants will receive the address, directions and instructions with their Eventbrite ticket.
How do I get my ticket?
To sign up for this event, go to our Eventbrite RTBkit Developer Meetup page or to the end of this blog article. Tickets include a meet and greet with speakers and attendees, some great informative talks about the RTBkit and Ad Tech strategies as well as food and beverages. Please note, space is limited and you must have a ticket to attend.
Get your ticket below!
Developing Real Time Bidding Solutions with RTBkit
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