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DevFest for Ukraine, June 14-15
DevFest for Ukraine is back to bring the global tech community together to raise funds for Ukraine!
Sponsored Post DevFest for Ukraine is a charitable online tech conference being held on June 14-15. Its' purpose is to raise funds which can help save the lives of thousands of Ukrainians whilst simultaneously providing developers with an opportunity to hear about the latest trends and network with tech leaders and their peers.
The global streaming event will feature 20 speakers from Google, Wix, the Android Academy, CASM Technology, Raindead, the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine.
Sessions will include speeches, presentations and live Q&As. Register to hear inspirational keynotes combined with overviews of the latest developer tools designed to build Android, Web and AI applications and services.
Experts will discuss how to power next generation machine learning using TensorFlow, lessons learned from using Jetpack Libraries, container queries and machine learning on Google Cloud for example. Click here to see the agenda, register and donate.
The initial fundraising target of US$50,000 has already been surpassed. DevFest for Ukraine now aims to go further by raising US$100,000 which will be shared amongst three non-governmental organizations in the country – Come Back Alive, Nova Ukraine and Children's Voices (learn why DevFest for Ukraine chose these organizations here). Donations are expected to help buy around 1000 first aid kits, or 400 bulletproof vests, or 74 tons of humanitarian aid.
Join the event online or join co-watching parties in London, Berlin, Warsaw and other cities.
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