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GDG DevFest Romania 2016 was an awesome tech event!
GDG DevFest Romania 2016 in numbers: 2 days, 300 attendees, 5 main topics, 38 speakers, 7 women speakers, 2 Googlers, 8 GDEs, 1 barcamp
Thank you everyone for being part of this amazing experience!
See you next year! :)

#devfestro #google #gdg #android #cloud #web
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In the end, we have to give a special 'thank you' to our general sponsor, Google. Nothing would have been possible without you and we hope the Googlers enjoyed their stay in Romania.

We hope to see you soon!


#Google #DevFestRO

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Thank you, Felix Crisan, Founder & CTO, Netopia, for the presentation about Doing Data Science with Docker and Spark.

Also, we would like to thank you, Ovidiu Gheorghe for VR/AR Producer - From zero to hero.



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Our journey has come to an end. We'd like to thank all of those who helped us:
Scoala Informala de IT - Bucuresti
Institutul Bancar Roman
LSAC Bucuresti
AEGEE-București
Mobile Kinetics
NETOPIA mobilPay
Roweb Development
Thecon
Colors in Projects
Ctrl-D
Liga Studenților Electroniști
JsGirls.ro
Codette

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Alin Miu, Senior Software Developer - presenting usage of Vision Explorer Reactive (VIDEO)

http://vision-explorer.reactive.ai/

More info here:
https://aiexperiments.withgoogle.com/

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Alin Miu, Senior Software Developer - presenting usage of Vision Explorer Reactive

http://vision-explorer.reactive.ai/

#DevFestRO
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David Cifuentes, Software Engineer, Zalando SE

He is presenting basics about networking levels, difference between HTTP1 and HTTP2, and abording protocol buffers, in this case, proto3.

gRPC - combines all the advantages of HTTP2.
- it can be implemented on C, Python and Java.
- it can run on different operating systems: Lynux, Windows and OS.

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At the expo zone, you can find out about an excellent platform for IoT: Sparrow Wireless Sensor Node.

Built by makers, for makers, they are fully Arduino-compatible and come equipped with all you need to kick-start your project.

Sparrow is a small-size sensor node ideal for low-cost development of wireless monitoring and sensing solutions.

Check it out in the Atrium Costin Kiritescu


#DevFestRO #SparrowWireless #ExpoZone
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