Within 7 days, Google DevFest will be happening in Kuala Lumpur for the 2nd time since last year. I have 7 reasons, why you should come for DevFest.
- For the first time, there will be official talks about Android from Google. Tony Chan, a Developer Advocate for Android, will be talking about the state of Android Market for developers and what's new & important for budding Android developers. What you can expect is highlights on Honeycomb, new Android API features and much more. This is your chance to ask hard questions that concerns you as a Android developer from Malaysia.
- More HTML5 talks. Eric Bidelman & Ernest Delgado, both Developer Advocates from the Google Chrome team, will be presenting 2 topics about HTML5 development. Eric will be sharing with developers the latest & greatest bleeding edge stuff that developers can use in their HTML5 development. Ernest will be showing developers the best & optimized ways on how to make your HTML5 applications available for offline use.
- Vinoaj Vijeyakumar, a Senior Conversion Specialist from Google Singapore, will be showing you how you can take full advantage of Google Analytics and it's developer API for your web & mobile applications. You will learn how you can use data to bring your startup valuable to VCs. His sessions is great for developers that work mostly in analyzing data and marketers.
- Luke Mahe, Developer Programs Engineer from the Geo team will showing you how to take advantage of Fusion Tables for your mapping or geo projects. Fusion Tables is a service from Google that helps you visualize and publish your data as maps, timelines and charts.
- Hands on codelab sessions. We didn't get to do this last year, but this year we manage to organize 2 codelab session on Google Analytics and Fusion Tables.
- Awesome schwags from Google!
- Free food and meet other developers like you!
So, what are you waiting for? Register now to book your seat!
Date: 29th September 2011
Time: 9:00AM - 7:00PM
Location: Asia Pacific University College of Technology & Innovation (UCTI / APIIT)
How to get there? You can take the STAR LRT and there is a bus that can drop you off at Technology Park Malaysia.