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Update: here's the video in case you missed the event Developing Real-Time Bidding Solutions with RTBkit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Znv-FwLoVfU   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...
Read more  ·  posted on 04/08/2014 by Anastasia Valentine
Dear RTBkit community member,   Datacratic is committed to making the RTBkit project as useful as possible for a wide array of developers and the organizations they represent. As part of that we are conducting a survey in order to better understand the needs of the community and the challenges faced in adopting RTBkit as a frame work for building real-time bidding systems. We are focused on identifying areas for improvement in order to make development faster and more scalable.    The survey contains 10 questions and should take no more than 5 minutes. All answers are completely anonymous...
Read more  ·  posted on 11/05/2013 by Philippe Gauvin
Berlin based startup mbr targeting is excited to announce that we have replaced our proprietary RTB platform with a system built on the RTBkit open source software framework. mbr’s core business is focused on the optimization of RTB auctions. Much like Datacratic we think that the real value in RTB lies in the data-driven and algorithmic optimization of the actual bids and not in the plumbing and infrastructure required to place bids. mbr’s optimization product is backed by unique and proprietary machine learning algorithms which are the result of more than 10 years of academic research and...
Read more  ·  posted on 09/05/2013 by Philippe Gauvin
  Last month, the first RTBKit Developer Meet Up was orgnized Berlin. A small crowd of software developers, product managers, business people and others with an interest in the RTBkit open source project gathered at Aufsturz in Berlin. RTBkit is getting some interesting traction in Europe and it just felt natural to organize a first meetup there, hosted by James Prudhomme, CEO of Datacratic.   Upcoming RTBKit meetup in NYC We're looking forward organizing a meetup in New York early this fall, a city with a deep ad tech history and now home of multiple new startups in the space. Watch this...
Read more  ·  posted on 07/29/2013 by Philippe Gauvin

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