Nov. 07, 2017 | by email@example.com |
Get ready for the SHAREAWAY GIVEAWAY contest! DEVCON Summit 2017 is already near and we really don't want you to miss this! For those who haven't registered yet for DEVCON Summit 2017, we're giving you a chance to attend DEVCON Summit 2017 for FREE complete with 2-day conference pass, event kit, meals, digital certificate, more freebies from sponsors, a day full of fun learning with awesome raffle giveaways! Moreover, you'll get a very cool Stackoverflow Shirt!
Oct. 02, 2017 | by Glenn Guden |
AWS DevDay Cebu 2017 was a free, full-day technical event where new and experienced developers learned how to develop on AWS by using AWS SDK and web services. The participants underwent technical sessions on how to develop applications to run on containers and also to adopt Serverless application model (SAM) on AWS. Speakers also shared various DevOps tools available on AWS that enable continuous integration and delivery. Attendees applied and practiced what they learned from the event through guided labs. To be able to perform guided labs, participants brought laptops and created AWS accounts. AWS credits were also provided to participants' AWS accounts to carry out guided lab during the event. It was co-organized with DevCon Cebu chapter, with the support of local I.T. players: Arcanys, Inspire Team, Globe myBusiness, Ng Khai Development Corporation and DreamSpace. It was held on September 26 at the University of the Philippines Cebu Performing Arts Hall.
Sep. 30, 2017 | by Alyssa Garcia |
The student organization officers and DevCon volunteers were as busy as the streets of Manila while the room filled by the influx of IT and CS students of Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, getting ready for the PLM Campus Devcon - held at The Bukod Tanging Bulwagan, Gusaling Katipunan on a warm yet gloomy day of September 22, 2017.
Sep. 29, 2017 | by firstname.lastname@example.org |
MANILA, PHILIPPINES, September 29, 2017 — Since 2009, DevCon Philippines has empowered Filipino IT talent to seize the opportunities of a fast-moving digital future. It’s in the spirit of this mission that DevCon is moving DevCon Summit 2017 to November 18-19 at SMX Convention Center - SM Aura in order to allow for a new theme, #ChangingTheGamePH. The goal: to empower Pinoy developers to take lead in the fields of Blockchain, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, DevOps, and Cybersecurity.
Sep. 09, 2017 | by Syd Evangelista |
Java Code Camp for professions just launched without hitch (almost 😃) this Saturday on September 2, 2017 at VentureSpace PH in Mandaluyong. Part one (1) of the two (2) Code Camps dedicated to Java - yes there's two Code Camps for Java as due to the immense demand for the programming language. Not only that - we have three (3) sponsors for the event, namely Virtela, Kalibrr and Accenture (Click article to read more).
Aug. 15, 2017 | by Hannyou A Celestial |
Developers Connect Philippines (DevCon) has been upholding its ultimate mission — to empower Filipino developers and promote the "IT Pinoy Talent" — by conducting seminars, code camps, workshops, summits, and a lot more! Just recently, on August 12, 2017, ReactJS Code Camp for professionals was organized and facilitated by DevCon volunteers.
Aug. 10, 2017 | by Joshua John Manaol |
De La Salle Araneta got another dose of campus DevCon that was recently organized last August 8, 2017. It was held at the 3rd floor, Rizal Hall of DLSAU. This event aims to broaden the student's knowledge about the new tools and techniques that are out in the market to which they can use to ease their development woes.
Jul. 28, 2017 | by Beatriz Rivera |
Over 26 mobile development enthusiasts participated at Xamarin Code Camp for Professionals held at Seer Technologies Inc. in Taguig last Saturday, July 8, 2017. In partnership with Mobile .Net Developers Philippines and Seer Technologies, Inc., Xamarin Code Camp is a full day seminar and workshop for developers that aims to use Xamarin development platform build up mobile development skills.
Jul. 20, 2017 | by Anthea Bonifacio |
The Call for Presentations is now open for DevCon Summit 2017 #DevCollab4Innov! The Biggest Developer Conference in the Philippines this year is happening on October 28-29 at Philippine Trade Training Center, Pasay City. To provide you an overview of DevCon Summit this year, see items below: This year the summit will have 1 Main Hall with over 1,500 seating capacity and 3 Special Tracks with 150-200 seating capacity per room. Special Track topics are different per day. The topics per room are Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality, Internet of Things (IoT), DevOps and Cybersecurity. Each speaking slot is 45 minutes long including Q&A. Attendee demographics are as follows: 25% Students, 75% Professionals where 70% are Developers, 15% Academe, 10% Executives, Managers & Entrepreneurs and 5% Others. Submit your presentations by filling up the form below. Deadline for submissions is August 31. Loading...
Jul. 06, 2017 | by Joshua John Manaol |
The AWS Developer Day is a whole workshop for developers focusing on Amazon Web Services. AWS is a collection of remote computing services, also called web services that together make up a cloud computing platform in a low cost environment.
Jun. 26, 2017 | by Olivier Thoenen |
Unity 3D Code Camp led by Developers Connect Philippines which was done last June 17, 2017 and was hosted by Zendesk Philippines at their office in Net Park Building, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. The event was part of the many various workshops by DevCon PH and followed the month of June’s theme of ‘Game Development’.
Jun. 25, 2017 | by Bianca Camille Silmaro |
The HTML5 for Games Code Camp was held last June 24 2017 at PLDT Innolab, 721 Boni Ave., Mandaluyong City. This event was organized by Developers Connect (DevCon) Philippines, a volunteer organization that promotes collaborative growth and global competence of Fiipino developers, with its venue partner, PLDT InnoLab, platinum sponsor, Accenture Philippines, and partner organization, IGDA Manila.
May. 30, 2017 | by Thonie Fernandez |
Want to make difference? Last May 20. In partnership with Cloud Philippines and DevCon Phillipines conduct a Kubernets Workshop at Amihan Office 3F Zuellig Bldg. Paseo de Roxas, Makati City, to come and experience the open-source platform for automating deployment and operation containers, over coding and snacks, on that Saturday afternoon. With our ever passionate trainer in Kubernets. The man behind the minekube, none other than Mr.Alistair A. Israel, Enterprise Architect of Amihan Global Strategies. Our dedicated participants with their Kubernetes Master. The Kubernetes Devcon Family, with our beautiful and elegant leader, Ms. Haifa Carina. Senior Manager for Marketing Development of Amihan Global Strategies and Former Executive Director of DevCon Philippines. In Kubernetes workshop, Alistrair shares his skills and insights on this new platform as it applies in twitter or another social media as marketing tools. He covers a range of foundation topics that opens new door in the breadth of technology. Why namespace. "...for your own peace of mind, use namespace, otherwise it falls on default. And if you're working on a lot of problems it will cause confusion." - Alistrair Israel To avoid any complication practice to use namespace. hahahahaha have a great guys, see next time and be part of this awesome family DevCon Philippines. #myhabbit #thoniedexplorer #devconph
May. 18, 2017 | by Michael Daryl Mayo |
Even the summer heat could not stop our professional developers as they took part at the DevCon's Laravel Code Camp Professional Edition, held last April 8, 2017 at Zendesk Office, Bonifacio Global City (BGC).
May. 18, 2017 | by Michael Daryl Mayo |
DevelopersConnect Philippines launched its first Campus DevCon at Meridian International College (MINT) last April 26, 2017 at McKinley, Taguig. The event is part of the MINT IT/CS week that took place last April 24 – 28 with the theme “Press Start To Play”.
May. 16, 2017 | by Cris Sarmiento |
TAGUIG: The Android Code Camp (Professionals) was held on May 13, 2017 at Zendesk Philippines, Net Park Building, BGC, Taguig City. The event of 40 participants organized by Developers Connect (DevCon) Philippines, a non-profit organization that promotes Filipino developers, in partnership with Zendesk Philippines, Accenture Philippines, and Cloudstaff.
May. 15, 2017 | by Mariel Althea Nava |
127 iTam IT and CS interns to be exact joined in the FEU-TECH Campus DevCon -- a gathering which aims to augment the academic learnings of students with up-to-date trends in the IT industry, last May 13 which was held at the 17th flr, Multi-Purpose Hall at the Far Eastern University - Institute of Technology.
May. 13, 2017 | by Thonie Fernandez |
It’s been almost a week or two and I am just so glad to be FINALLY blogging about this! Today, I will be talking about what went on at the IONIC CAMP 2017 for Professionals last May 6, 2017, in partnership with Z.com. We set up stations for our tech-savvy IT professionals, as we wait for all to come. In this photo the Registration Station registered all the participants. Of course the food was already laid out for everyone to consume anytime they felt like it. We officially started our program by sharing our goals and aspirations, with our very own dedicated lead, Mr Jose Marie Antonio Miñoza, Volunteer Member of DevCon Philippines. After which we moved along to Ms. Julie Bulaklak’s part of giving a gist about Z.com as a leading web address with leading products set to drive global growth. I am so excited to try this awesome web hosting. Then followed by our Ionic Framework hunk-guru Mr. Tristan Babasa, teaching about the framework and his desire to remind the participants of their own strategies and skills, along with practical tips on how to juggle with all the rest of coding. The Social Media Winners! String bags and stickers were given away. Our winners were Rem Lampa, Jung Torralba and Jordan Balintac. I had read those post something witty during the code camp event. Then we gave away a DevCon shirts and stickers for the mini-Hackaton Winners! John Paul Belga, Pepito Raviz and Jordan Balintac. The coolest session of this event. And before we finally wrapped up our whole program we made sure to express our gratitude first, Our God, Jesus Christ, who is the secret formula of the success of this code camp. Second, to all the participants coming and lastly, to our sponsors and the whole DevCon Philippines Community team behind the making of this event made possible. I just can’t wait to see for more code camps. Because the point of this DevCon code camps is to provide an avenue for soon to be IT professional and practitioners to learn, teach, reach and share new skills and knowledge. So to all who are waiting for news and updates, tune to our devcon page. So to all out participants, supporters and volunteers see you again!
Apr. 26, 2017 | by Mariel Althea Nava |
Wordpress Code Camp for Professionals has been organized by DevCon community in partnership with Wordpress User Group Philippines (WPUGPH) that aims to build up development skills on Wordpress Content Management System. Content photos by: Nia Mediavillo Thumbnail photo by: Elaine Romero
Apr. 10, 2017 | by Cris Sarmiento |
MAKATI: The Ruby on Rails Code Camp (Professionals) was held on April 1, 2017 at Bitspace - a coworking space in Makati, marking the first event this month. The event of 20 participants, which comes after a successful student edition held last week, shine a spotlight to web developers with experience using the Ruby on Rails framework.
Apr. 09, 2017 | by Glenn Guden |
The volunteers of DevConCebu woke up early on Saturday, April 8, to prepare for the PyKewl: Python Code Camp. Although it was the first time for most of them to organize such an event, the code camp was a definite success. Eventhough sick, the speaker's dedication to share his knowledge kept him going. Participants of various backgrounds flocked to the University of Cebu - Banilad Campus to have a productive day. Being fueled with some pizza pie(thon), they were able to create a LAN chat app. At the end of the day, the most punctual, the most participative and the most helpful ones were rewarded.