Monday, July 12, 2010

A pictorial of Google DevFest in Singapore

Last week, I had the opportunity to join in the fun at Google DevFest Singapore, co-organised by Singapore GTUG. The experience was more than words can explain, so I decided to give you a pictorial of what happened.

Daniels Lee, who works in the Maps team, started the day with some strong coffee. Literally.

Jeremey Orlow from the Chrome team in London, explains a little bit about HTML5 & Google Chrome. Too bad he wasn't able to come for KL stop.

The dynamic Buzz duo, Timothy Jordan & Bob Aman. Or what I personally like to call them, Buzzman & Bobaman. Their talk was fun and engaging! All they need now is super hero costumes...

Q&A session. Malaysians, please don't be shy asking questions. If you're unable to speak English, just raise your hand & I'll help you to translate your questions. Be fun & curious!

Patrick Chanezon loves the crowd and the crowd loved him too!

Peeps from Creately shared their experiences with the Google Apps Marketplace during the local demos/presentations slot.

Developers were showing off what they built with Google Maps & Buzz APIs within 1.5 hours of hackathon. Freaking awesome!

Lim Chee Aun, GTUG KL resident hacker who is coincidently working in Singapore, showed Daniels Lee his toilet Buzz & Maps mashup. Yup, it's all about toilets! And he took home a Maps tshirt and a Buzz tshirt. Awesome!

Timothy literally suggested to Chee Aun to make a pillow out of the Buzz tshirt because it was too big for Chee Aun. Hahaha.

Group photo with all the developers that walked away with cool swags from Google. Do you want one too?

The next DevFest stop will be at Kuala Lumpur on the 16th July 2010. It's not too late yet to signup and have fun with the Googlers. Register now and I'll see you there!

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