Sydney GDG is holding a DevFest event on Saturday November 7 at the Commonwealth Bank Innovation Lab in Sydney’s Darling Quarter. The event will feature presentations from a number of prominent members of the local and international developer community along with workshops to help you put your skills to work.

Google Developer Groups hold events around the world for developers interested in Google products and services – be it Android, Chrome, Drive, Google’s Cloud platforms or specific product APIs like Maps, Cast, and more.

Tickets to the all-day event cost just $12, and you’ll hear from Googlers like Dan Galpin, Adam Koch and Ankur Kotwal.

The current schedule includes:

  • Android and Games with Dan Galpin (Google US)
  • Renovating the CommBank Property app with Guil Moura and Emily Hogan (CBA)
  • Project Tango – Modelling the real world in 3D with Antonino La Rosa (Lakeba)
  • Android Testing with Justin Mclean (Class Software)
  • Dagger 2 with Matthias Wurz (CBA)
  • Building for the Next Billion with Adam Koch and Ankur Kotwal (Google Australia)
  • IoT Workshop with Justin Mclean (Class Software)
  • Learning and Building AOSP Workshop with Nanik Tolaram (BlocksGlobal)

If you’re interested in attending, head over to the DevFest website. You can find out more about the sessions on the schedules, the speakers involved and of course, get your ticket. We’ll see you there!

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Before discovering the Nexus One, Jason thought he didn't need a smartphone. Now he can't bear to be without his Android phone. Jason hails from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane depending on his mood and how detailed a history you'd like. A web developer by day with an interest in consumer gadgets and electronics, he also enjoys reading comics and has a worryingly large collection of Transformers figures. He'd like to think he's a gamer, but his Wii has been in a box since he moved to Sydney, and his PlayStation Vita collection is quite lacking. Most mornings you'll find him tilting at various windmills on Twitter - follow @JM77 and say hi!