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DevFestX – By GTUG

By: The Saltlisters

After the annual event DevFest by Google, GTUG (Google Technology User Groups) supported by Google has come up with its ‘X’tension of the DevFest – The DevFestX. GTUG provides a network for people who are interested in Google’s Technologies open for developers and love the spirit of sharing in the field of technology.
On a similar note, GTUG New Delhi with support from Google is organizing DevfestX on 11th and 12th February for Google enthusiasts from all levels of experience- from new users to core developers.


The event shall focus on various Google Developer Technologies like Google’s Android Mobile Operating System, App Engine, Google Web Toolkit apart from several Google APIs like Earth API, YouTube API, Maps API. The event that is to be held at the Google Gurgaon Office would have leading developers and professionals such as Michael Van Riper, Rajdeep Dua, Janakiram MSV and Aman Alan as the Speakers.It is going to be a great opportunity for professional and emerging developers to learn various technologies that are being applied in the industry.

Participation is through invitation only. Register now at www.devfestx.com for an invite.
Follow them on:
Facebook – www.facebook.com/DevFestX
Twitter- www.twitter.com/devfestx

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2 comments on “DevFestX – By GTUG

  1. pythonskynet
    January 23, 2012

    All the very best for your Event. We need more Events like these to be conducted all over India, not only in Delhi Area.

  2. thesaltlisters
    February 9, 2012

    we agree 🙂

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