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Webinar Recap: An Introduction to Marketplace & 1-Click Apps

Posted: June 5, 20191 min read

On Tuesday, May 28, 2019, DigitalOcean hosted a live webinar on our new Marketplace and how to accelerate modern application development with 1-Click Apps. Presenters were Betty Candel, partner enablement and GTM lead at DigitalOcean; Karan M.V, developer relations and community manager for DigitalOcean India; and John Gannon, lead product manager for DigitalOcean Marketplace and ecosystem initiatives.

The full webinar is now publicly available on YouTube.

Stay tuned for part 2 of our Marketplace series on--details coming soon:
Getting Started as a Marketplace Vendor – Setting Up Your First 1-Click App.

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If you are building an amazing app and would like to share it with DigitalOcean’s global community of active developers, please submit your idea – we want to hear from you!

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