Google has invited Australian developers to its Sydney office for a week-long series of mini-conferences on its technology.
For five days from June 28, the free DevFest AU event will bring together developers, local Googlers and speakers from Google's California headquarters, including global developer advocate Don Dodge.
Developers will have access to Google's newest APIs and the latest code to be open sourced, according to a Google announcement inviting developers to "hack to their hearts' content".
Each day of the event will be dedicated to a different facet of Google technology: Wave; Apps; Chrome; Social; and Geo.
Developers can sign up for the event online, and follow Twitter updates at #devfestau.
Issue: 329 | July 2014
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