This is Kushii from the Tech PR team at LINE. Some of you may already know me for running the Japanese blog. I’ve recently become a member of the Developer Relations team which was set up not so long ago. I wanted have an opportunity to introduce the team to you, so here we go.
Hello, Kushii here.
In this blog post, I’d like to talk about the unveiling of the LINE Engineering site and what it means for the future of the LINE Engineers’ Blog.
The LINE Engineering site is a constantly updated hub for everything from LINE development culture, to open-source projects, job openings, and development documentation straight from the LINE developers site. The site is available in English, Japanese, and Korean. Support for Traditional Chinese is coming soon.
Hello everyone. My name is Kushii, and I am in charge of organizing conferences at LINE.
I am pleased to announce that LINE Developer Day will be taking place once again this year.
At the event our engineering team plan to share some of the experiences, the technical challenges that exist in Japan and overseas, and introduce our latest products directly to you. Security-related topics, BOTs, and other themes will be explored during our individual sessions to explain how LINE strives to overcoming the various challenges ahead.
Date/Time: September 29, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Place: Shibuya Hikarie, 9F, Hikarie Hall
Invitees: Application and web engineers
After-Party: To take place in the Hikarie Hall after the event
Hello, my name is Kushii. I work in the development department in Japan and I’m in charge of promoting technology events at LINE.
LINE has quite a few development offices worldwide where many engineers write code every day. We have offices in Tokyo, Fukuoka, Fukushima in Japan and also in Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand.
The Fukuoka office was relocated recently, and I think this is a good opportunity to introduce the brand new, upgraded working place for our engineers.
The new office is located in the JRJP Hakata building, directly accessible from Hakata station. When you first set foot in the building, the LINE Friends characters greet you at the entrance.