Posted by Justin Johnson
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.NET Summer Hackfest Round One Recap

We kicked off the .NET Summer Hackfest with the goal of porting our existing Keen IO .NET SDK to .NET Standard 2.0, and I’m excited to say that we just about accomplished our goal! Our entire SDK, unit tests, and CI builds have been converted to run cross-platform on .NET Standard. All there is left to do is a little bit of […]

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Announcing: .NET Summer Hackfest

Keen IO is excited to be the first featured project in the first ever .NET Summer Hackfest! It’s coming up next Monday, July 24 and wraps up Friday, August 4th. .NET Summer Hackfest is a six week community run open source hackfest. Teams are get together to contribute to open source projects for a two week […]

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What’s up in OSS in 2017

We are very excited here at Keen IO to announce the fourth annual Open Source Show and Tell! The event is Friday, June 9th from 1pm to 5pm in downtown San Francisco. Grab a ticket here. We come together to learn and share about open source software and what people are working on. The event allows members of […]

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hack.guides() Tutorial Contest!

Are you obsessed with building Dashboards? We are excited to sponsor a $500 prize for the best guide using Keen IO to power dashboards in their apps. Over next six weeks, you can submit tutorials and collaborate with hack.guides() developer community on the best practices, hacks, and tricks using keen, RethinkDB, and other partners in production. http://tutorials.pluralsight.com/contest/ […]

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OSSAT Recap!

The 3rd annual Open Source Show and Tell is a wrap, and we had such a good time. We kicked off the day with Mathias wowed us with the power of F#, .NET, and Visual Studio Code via some live coding, the demo gods were friendly on this day. Ian Eyeberg gave us a thorough introduction with some good […]

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Analytics in 60 Seconds

I was talking with a co-worker, Eric, about how quickly we might be able to get totally custom analytics onto a page. He told me he thought we could do it in under a minute. I know that I can’t type fast enough to actually get it done in that amount of time, but Eric was […]

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Visualize activity at your next event with lasers. Lasers!

A little while back we sat down with the good people over at Particle and figured out a way we could show off how to use Keen IO and Particle at an in person event called DevGuild. Particle has some seriously cool hardware and software tools for prototyping, scaling, and manage IoT products. We ended up deciding to […]

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Introducing Open Source Data Explorer

We’re extremely excited to announce the new Open Source Data Explorer, a point-and-click query interface to analyze and visualize your event data. We believe everyone should be able to use data to make decisions. The Data Explorer makes the power and flexibility of our analytics API more accessible. Now that the Explorer is open source, developers […]

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Thanks for Sharing

The latest iteration of Open Source Show & Tell is now officially a rap. Thanks to everyone who came out to show, tell, learn, helicopter high-five (more about that later), and hang out. We had a great time and learned a bunch from all of our awesome presenters. One of the ways we know we messed up a bit […]

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OSSAT?

Keen IO is proud to partner with Rainforest QA and Segment to support the open source community by putting together the next SF Open Source Show and Tell. “What is Open Source Show and Tell?” you may ask. Well, I’m glad you did! TL;DR: Open Source Show and Tell is a series of events for anyone and everyone interested in open […]

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Introducing: Data Explorer

We’re excited to release Data Explorer, a brand new and improved version of the Keen IO workbench for querying and visualizing your data. Many of our customers use the workbench to run ad-hoc queries, create quick charts, and extract data. We’ve made that even easier and more enjoyable with the new Explorer. To check out […]

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Why’d we decide to throw our own conference, anyway?

By now, you’ve (hopefully) heard about KeenCon, Keen IO’s first-ever conference, this September in SF. It’s going to be pretty great, with amazing talks and an adorable outer space theme and a room full of brilliant lunatics, and we really, really hope you can come be one of them. But, we thought some people might be wondering, […]

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Announcing Keen-SDK-NET

The Keen IO SDK for .NET is now live! Now .NET developers can track user engagements, errors, server interactions or any custom event type. We are very happy to have an official SDK to support the Microsoft community of developers. It works for mobile and server side applications and supports the full functionality of the Keen IO data collection […]