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DBX 2013: Photos from Dropbox's first-ever developer conference

Attendees kept busy in some pretty unique ways at the storage company's inaugural developers show

  • Dropbox CEO Drew Houston, announcing the company's new data syncing features.

  • DBX 2013 was held at San Francisco's Fort Mason, which was formerly a U.S. Army post and coastal defense site.

  • Some conference attendees vegged out with a game of Tetris.

  • Life-sized Jenga was a hit at the show.

  • Some Jenga moves were carefully planned.

  • There was also life-size Connect Four.

  • Attendees tested their strength at the booth for Ninja Blocks, which provides software-hardware integration services.

  • Between sessions, developers also laid down some sweet beats at Fingerlab's booth.

  • Attendees re-juiced at charging stations made of Legos.

  • Techies were invited to get their graffiti groove on at the show floor's entrance.

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