Presentation at Health:Refactored in Mountain View, CA on May 13, 2013 by Sr. Product Manager Joe Rago regarding the Walgreens Prescription API.
Chicago Big Data Week: Walgreens API (04.25.13)
Presentation at Chicago Big Data Week on April 25, 2013 by Sr. Product Manager Joe Rago regarding the Walgreens Developer Program.
Photo Hack Day 4 Recap: Congrats Snapsplosion!
Wow, Photo Hack Day 4 was a truly awesome event! Many thanks to Aviary for running the event and to Facebook for allowing all of us to utilize their awesome facilities.
This was our second year partcipating in Photo Hack Day and we were humbled and blown away by all the happy hacking that occurred with the Walgreens QuickPrints API and SDKs. In total, there were 16 great hacks (listed below) that utilized our technology and it was a very hard decision to pick out a single winner for our $1,000 cash prize.
photo provided by @Aviary
In the end, we awarded our prize to the iPhone app Snapsplosion based on their creative integration of the QuickPrints SDK which allows for a truly unique and memorable photo product to be created and printed to your local Walgreens. We look forward to working with the Snapsplosion team over the coming weeks to help them launch their application in production and claim not only our $1,000 bonus prize, but also the hearts & minds of many photo application fans out there.
Again, any thanks to all the hacks that utilized our QuickPrints technology! You all truly made the Photo Hack Day 4 event one that we will never forget. Participating hack applications were: Cardified, Cardz, DrawOnIt, Eventbook, FakeYourTravels, Family Photobook, iTravelToo, MakeupArtist, Masqued, Mozaify, PhotoMag, Post A Pic, Postcard Pal, Rebus, Simply Email Photos and Snapsplosion, who also took the 2nd place in the overall PHD4 event prize.
Even though the Photo Hack Day event has now come & gone, interested developers who integrate our Walgreens QuickPrints API or SDK into a production app, can earn a 15% revenue share for all orders placed within your app? Learn more at /api-overview/QuickPrints or email email@example.com for more details.
If you missed our Photo Hack Day lightning talk on Saturday morning, we have included a video along with the presentation itself. Also, check out the great PHD4 event photo wall put together by our friends from Chute at http://slidechute.com/w/7048.
Join Walgreens at Photo Hack Day 4
Bay Area developers and designers:
Join Walgreens, Facebook, Aviary, Dropbox, AMD, Foursquare
& many more great sponsors at Photo Hack Day 4!
WHO: Our friends, old and new, in the photo space
WHAT: Another full weekend of photo-centric awesomeness
WHERE: Facebook HQ in Menlo Park
WHEN: April 6-7, 2013
HOW: Register today at phd4.eventbrite.com
[About Photo Hack Day 4]
Photo Hack Day, an exciting, weekend-long coding marathon, brings together talented developers and designers to build amazing applications using web and mobile photo API's.
Teams compete to create the most inspiring and innovative apps, gunning to win big prize money, cool tech gear, and the respect and wonderment of their peers in the startup community.
The 4th in the series, Photo Hack Day 4 brings the fun back to the West Coast, this time with our friends at Facebook, to bring you the greatest Photo Hack Day yet!
[Walgreens & Photo Hack Day 4]
Walgreens will be featuring its QuickPrints API & SDKs at Photo Hack Day 4 for developer attendees to utilize within their application hacks. We will also be offering a $1,000 cash prize for the best use of QuickPrints.
Walgreens will feature multiple representatives on-hand at the event to discuss QuickPrints and our Partner Program. If you want to reach us before or at the event, feel free to send a tweet to @WalgreensAPI or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walgreens is excited to be a part of this event and look forward to seeing you there! The event is free to attend, and you can register at phd4.eventbrite.com.
Health 2.0 Chicago Meetup: Walgreens Rx API (03/20/13)
Presentation at Health 2.0 Chicago Meetup on March 20, 2013 by Sr. Product Manager Joe Rago regarding the Walgreens Prescription API.