The Melbourne 2018 Devfest:
Interested in Android, Machine Learning, Flutter, Angular or other Google technologies?Then don’t miss the 2018 DevFest: It’s a fun & welcoming conference, made for and run by developers. This year we are running a bigger event with 300 general attendees. We will be bringing together world-class speakers in Android, Web and Cloud technologies. The DevFest is powered by a shared belief that when developers come together to exchange ideas, amazing things can happen! Organised by three awesome meetups; GDG Melbourne, Melbourne Tensorflow and Angular Melbourne we’ve got a talented line up of industry speakers to stimulate your mind. Join a vibrant and diverse community where everyone can network, share knowledge and enjoy the experience. Don’t worry if you’re not a professional dev or feel like you’re new to this; we would love to have you with us! We’ll see you there
Stay tuned – a day of amazing talks will be coming soon
Stay tuned – our lineup of fantastic speakers will be coming soon
Chris is an engineer working in Android Developer Relations at Google. He previously worked on the Android Support Libraries, most notably AppCompat, Design and Palette. He has worked on Android things for over 8 years, from open source libraries to media apps, social networks and most stuff in between.
Adam is a Developer Advocate based out of the Google Melbourne office working with top developers across Australia, Southeast Asia and India to bring the best of Google services and APIs to users everywhere. Adam has a passion for Android and all things mobile and focuses on mobile app design, UX, UI development and Android development best practices. More recently he has started to focus on the Google Assistant and Actions on Google platform as well as Firebase.
Inventing-bent, computer scientist by day. In the past built the world’s fastest SVG engine which flies! My work is in a number of different multi-million unit shipping products and if I have my way, it will end up being billions…
Ankur is a developer advocate on the Google Cloud developer relations team, where he champions the developer experience on the Google Cloud Platform. Previously, Ankur lead the Google Maps developer relations team where he also helped launch the Google Maps APIs gaming offering. Ankur is also the product manager and a software engineer for Google Santa Tracker on Android, an annual tradition focusing on bringing holiday joy through fun and games.
Staff Developer Advocate at Google Cloud. For machine learning and data analytics products, such as TensorFlow, Cloud ML and BigQuery, Kaz has been invited as a speaker at major events including Google Cloud Next, Google I/O, Strata, NVIDIA GTC and etc. Also, authoring many GCP blog posts, supporting developer communities for Google Cloud for over 8 years. He is also interested in hardwares and IoT, and has been hosting FPGA meetups since 2013.
Mark is an engineer in Google’s Developer Relations team, where he acts as a liaison between external developers and internal engineering teams, building software to bridge any gaps. He has worked in the Google Brain team in California on TensorFlow & now spends his spare time teaching Googlers about machine learning and consults internally on how to use it effectively in products.
Brett is a developer relations engineer with Google Sydney, where he works on Google Maps APIs by day, and plays happily with Flutter by night. Brett has done everything from system administration of 25,000 user Solaris machines to designing e-commerce solutions for large Australian industrial suppliers.
Erin ZimmerShine Solutions
Erin is a senior developer working at the Shine Solutions in Australia. She has over ten years experience working in software development, but largely in languages nobody has ever heard of, like Model 204. If you see her at a conference, she’ll probably be the one knitting.
Seetha AnnamrajuVelos Mobile
Seetha is an Android Engineer at Velos Mobile, a mobile dev shop in beautiful San Francisco that focuses on taking good ideas and building great apps. She enjoys speaking at conferences and sharing her knowledge — she recently led a successful 2-day Kotlin workshop for Intermediate Android developers, and spoke at droidcon Berlin. Seetha is also an Android instructor for a course on OpenClassrooms. She previously worked as a software developer at Amazon Lab126, and then went on to launch her own startup in the food tech industry. Through lessons learned, she started advising early stage startups on idea validation and market fit. She holds a Master’s degree in Mobility and a Bachelor’s in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Seetha enjoys solving problems in the mobile landscape, and gives special attention to user experience and rapid prototyping. In her free time, Seetha travels around the world to learn about new cultures. Australia is the last continent on her list!
Ciro’s a front-end developer, speaker and trainer from Brazil. He has been using Angular and pushing its boundaries to develop from e-commerces to financial trading apps.
First recognised as an Expert for it’s work with the Brazilian community to teach Angular, he kept working his way into a world-wide influence, speaking on the largest conferences in Europe and South America.
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The DevFest conference is planned and run by a small group of volunteers
DevFest Lead | Organiser