Google is calling on the technical team of startups in the Sub-Saharan Africa region to participate in its first Developers Summit. The participants will have the opportunity to meet Googlers and experts from around the world in talks and hands-on codelabs covering Android Apps with a focus on Material Design, building non-native mobile web apps with a focus on Push Notifications and Offline Page Caching for Chrome and more.
While the event is free to attend, it is strictly by invitation and limited to 70 slots per city. The three cities that will play host to the Summit are Lagos (19th August), Nairobi (22nd August) and Cape Town (25th August).
The expected audience are CTOs, Lead Developers and Lead Designers. If you fit the bill, you can register here.
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