Today kicked off the first day of Facebook’s F8 Developers Conference, where the company hosts 3,000 software developers Wednesday and Thursday in San Francisco. This is a time where Facebook announces the release of its new products like Facebook Messenger features, app analytics, and more. It appears that new product features were not the only surprise at this year’s F8 conference, as Facebook hosted Deadmau5 for a private performance to conclude Wednesday’s activities.
Thanks @facebook and friends for the fun show :) was a nice break from the usual stuff!
— deadmau5 (@deadmau5) March 26, 2015