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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