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Hack Day 2014: Lord of the Hacks

If you visited TripIt HQ last Thursday, you would’ve been hit by a wall of palpable intensity and swept by a wave of eerie silence. You wouldn’t have witnessed the normal office hustle and bustle. In fact, you would’ve seen a seemingly barren office, disturbed only by lunchtime and the occasional coder sprinting across the  Continue Reading »

Travel Tips

Top Travel Twitter Accounts to Follow (Part 1)

Twitter is a great travel resource, but with so many knowledgeable and experienced travelers active in the Twittersphere, it can be hard to know which travel Twitter accounts you should follow. We decided to round up some of our favorites to get you started.   Stay tuned: we’ll publish “Top Travel Twitter Accounts to Follow (Part  Continue Reading »

Developers

Introducing Slate — TripIt’s Static Documentation Tool for Developers

If you’re a developer, you are probably aware of the pains of writing API documentation. APIs are annoying to document. Not only are they very long and painstakingly detailed, but making such a large technical document easy to read and navigate is not a trivial task. Today, we’re open-sourcing Slate, a smart, easy API documentation  Continue Reading »

Business Tips

5 Tips to Make Dreamforce (Or Any) Conference Travel Easy and Stress-free

Traveling to conferences is fun, but handling the logistics can be, well, a bit stressful. And, as a regular business conference attendee, you’re likely starting to prepare for this year’s Dreamforce conference coming in mid-October. This means you’re thinking of flights to San Francisco, hotel reservations, and numerous other events and activities outside of the  Continue Reading »

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