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Thanks to everyone who made our second annual TwitchCon Developer Day a success! Over 600 Twitch developers attended, which is 166 percent of last year. We even had over 24,000 concurrent viewers from the Twitch community at the height of our broadcast.
If you missed any of the action or want to relive any part of the day, the VODs and slides from the sessions are now available.
In the keynote, we looked back on the year with community achievements, product launches, and the lowdown on multiplayer entertainment — as well as gave you a sneak peek of the product roadmap and some big announcements around building, engaging, and monetizing on Twitch. We welcomed streamers to the stage for the second half of the keynote to share their thoughts on using Extensions and what they’d like to see in the future.
|Slides||Video — Developer Day Keynote|
Video — A Candid Discussion with Streamers About Extensions
The Build track focused primarily on what and how to build on Twitch, including chatbots, Extensions, and the Twitch API.
Tune into the Twitch Dev channel on Friday, November 16 at 9am PT to see the entire Build track streamed!
|Slides||Video — Twitch Extensions 101|
|Slides||Video — Bots, Bots, Bots: Building Chatbots|
|Slides||Video — Building Extensions With You|
|Slides||Video — Rapid Prototyping Twitch Extensions: Five Lessons Learned|
|Slides||Video — Extension Design Patterns for Twitch Scale|
|Slides||Video — Responding to Feedback: What’s New in the Twitch API|
The Grow track was about optimizing and monetizing what can be built on Twitch as well as ways to grow your game community.
|Slides||Video — Making Your Game a Success With Twitch|
|Slides||Video — Twitch for Game Developers|
|Slides||Video — Get Your Extension Discovered|
|Slides||Video — Monetize Your Extension One Bit at a Time|
|Slides||Video — Using Insights to Build Better Products|
|Slides||Video — Twitch Extension Review Process: The Missing Manual!|
Video — Pre-show
Video — Keynote Recap
Video — Messages from Community Members
Video — Twitch Insights
Video — Messages from Twitch Staff
Video — What Developers Can Expect of Our Engineering Teams
Video — The Extension Lifecycle, Sandbox to Developer Rig
Video — Request for Comments
Video — Closing Remarks
We want to thank everyone who participated! If you are not a member of our developer community, take a few minutes to follow the channel page, follow @TwitchDev on Twitter, join the forums, or get started building an Extension.