Visa Developer Program Launches Visa’s First Meetup Group

Community Manager


In an effort to connect and engage with the developer community of San Francisco, Visa has launched the Innovate with Visa Meetup Group. The group welcomes developers, Fintech enthusiasts, payment innovators and product managers passionate about shaping the future of payments.


With so much innovation and new payment technology emerging inside of Visa, the inaugural SF Meetup event will focus on just that, innovation. Attendees will hear from Visa’s Developer Platform and Innovation Development teams who will showcase what they’ve been up to, including internal hackathon projects and demos created for client event experiences. The demos, enabled by Visa APIs, show what’s available for developers through the Visa Developer Center and give Meetup members inspiration for building new payment experiences.   


“We are excited to launch the Innovate with Visa Meetup group in San Francisco. This gives our Visa Developer team an opportunity to connect with developers and innovators who are at the forefront of digital disruption and have an open dialogue on developing the next wave of innovative platforms and products. I expect a lot of inspiration and hope that anyone interested in the commerce or payments categories comes out and joins us,” says Paul Walsh, SVP of Platform Strategy and Innovation, Visa.


The Meetup will also feature a panel with senior leaders, alongside Walsh will be: Matt Smith, VP Visa Developer Platform and Amit Singh, VP of Product Development for the Visa Developer Platform and Mark Jamison SVP, Global Product Design. They will speak on the Future of Payments Enabled by Developers.


You can’t have a developer event without developer swag and fun challenges, which attendees will experience…plus a drone race. Winner takes home drone!  


The Innovate with Meetup event will take place on July 26th. For information join the Meetup group here.


If spots are filled up, don’t worry…we plan to have more Meetups!








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