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GDG DevFest holds an annual global community-run developer event

11:57 AM October 13, 2017

GDG DevFest is an annual global community-run developer event that focuses on community building and learning new Google Technologies. Each DevFest is inspired by and is uniquely tailored to the needs of the developer community and is powered by a shared belief that when developers come together to exchange ideas, amazing things can happen.

Annually, this event is hosted by Google Developers Group Philippines (GDG PH), a group of enthusiastic Filipinos developers interested to collaborate and learn more about new technologies, and this year is different from the previous DevFest events held in the country as it is the Grandest Tech Event of the year in the Philippines.

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It’s seamless!

With a dedicated team assigned, conference related activities (registration, acquisition of stubs, and feedback forms, among others) will be digitized and gamified codelab apps will be improved.

World-class talks and workshops!

DevFest featured a pool of international and local speakers, from established organizations like Google, Mozilla, PayMaya, that are experts in various Mobile, Web, and Cloud Technologies. It also let its participants experience the latest Google technologies by setting up booths that showcased these devices.

Collaborative party and networking.

The night is still young! Unwind and enjoy while socializing and expanding your network  through sharing insightful conversations and connecting with various tech enthusiasts in the after event party. ADVT

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