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DevFest London 2023

event date

18 Nov 2023

location

London, United Kingdom


DevFest is an annual decentralised tech conference hosted by Google Developer Groups (GDG) across the globe. 2023 will be the 12th year 🎉 of DevFest.


Your DevFest event is crafted by local organisers , GDG London and GDG Cloud London in collaboration with the GDSC groups to meet the needs and interests of our London local tech community. Whether it be through hands-on learning experiences, technical talks delivered by experts, or by simply meeting fellow local developers, DevFest attendees learn how to build together and innovate on Google's developer tools.


This year, your DevFest will feature leading experts on Google technologies in areas like AI and Machine Learning, Firebase, Flutter, Web, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud and so much more including a mini-careers fair!


Join us for tech talks, deep dives, workshops, hands-on experiences, and hacking & debugging events, all centred on your favourite Google technologies and the skills you'll need to find work in tech!




Venue, Speakers, and Schedule to be announced soon!

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The DevFest 2023 for London is finally here!! 

This is an in-person-only event and the speaker needs to be present in person.

We are looking for speakers for several tracks which are about Google Technologies. We are also looking for people who would like to lead workshops.


Not sure of what topic to talk about?


Here are some suggestions of technologies you can talk about(AI/ML, Flutter, Cloud/Devops, Mobile, Web ...... etc) we are more interested on the value the community can get from your talk or workshop so do not worry about those topics too much. 


We encourage you to submit multiple talks - each applicant may submit up to 3 and you can edit your submission as long as the CfS is open.


All submissions are anonymised before they are evaluated in order to avoid any bias and will be judged by a panel. Early submissions would be much appreciated.


SUBMISSIONS GUIDE

Make sure that your talk abstract is more than a few sentences, and really distills and explains to us what your talk is about.


Focus on what the audience will learn and take away from your talk.


Ensure your talk title, personal bio, and description are ready for publishing 


This is an in-person-only event and the speaker needs to be present in person.