DevFest 2020 - Largest Virtual Google Developer Event
Written by Sue Gee   
Friday, 09 October 2020

Like so much this year,  DevFest is happening virtually. Taking place October 16-18, it still intends to bring together thousands of developers globally for a weekend of community-led technical learning and a shared passion for Google technologies.

During DevFest 2019, 138,000+ developers participated across 500+ DevFests in 100 countries. While some local events are happening, this year the key event is happening online and, with your Google account, you can sign up to it at:

 https://goo.gle/devfest

devfestbanner

 

Hosted by Google Developer Groups, this year’s sessions include technical talks and workshops from the community, and a keynote from Google Developers. Through these events, developers will learn how Google technologies help them develop, learn, and build together. 

Google Developers believes community-led developer events are an integral part of the advancement of technology in the world. GDG events are chance to hear developers talking about the things that matter to them. This year sessions will cover multiple technologies, such as Android, Google Cloud Platform, Machine Learning with TensorFlow, Web.dev, Firebase, Google Assistant, and Flutter.

In this video Jenn Kohl introduces the DevFest 2020:

As Jenn expresses it:

The magic of DevFest has always come from the people involved - developers from all different backgrounds and skill levels. For DevFest 2020, Google Developer Groups are coming together in a whole new way - virtually over one weekend. This global moment empowers developers to teach, learn, and connect when they may need it the most. 

So note the dates, October 16-18, and sign up to join in.

devfesq

 

More Information

Devfest 2020

Announcing Devfest 2020

Related Articles

Find A DevFest Near You (2019)

Register For Google's First Ever DevFest OnAir (2018)

To be informed about new articles on I Programmer, sign up for our weekly newsletter, subscribe to the RSS feed and follow us on, Twitter, Facebook or Linkedin.

 

Banner


More AWS on Coursera and edX
12/11/2020

Amazon Web Services has announced additions to its range of training options. Two free self-paced courses, one on AWS IAM, Identity and Access Management, and the other on AWS IoT, using Ama [ ... ]



Neo4j Announces Graph Machine Learning Framework
27/10/2020

Neo4j has announced a graph machine learning framework that the developers describe as making advanced graph-based machine learning techniques more accessible.


More News

square

 



 

Comments




or email your comment to: comments@i-programmer.info

 

Last Updated ( Friday, 09 October 2020 )