CueBlocks at the 2012 DevFestX, Gurgaon!

The GTUG (Google Technology User Group) Delhi is organizing the DevFestX, the X-tended version of the popular Google-inspired DevFest for developers from Feb 11th through Feb 12th 2012 at the Google office in Gurgaon, India and we’re going to be there! Want to know more? Visit: http://www.devfestx.com/gtug/delhi/2012/sandbox.php#

CueBlocks along with other industry specialists will be taking on the stage to decipher and deliberate Google’s amazing applications and game-changing technology. So we along with the folks from GTUG Noida, Marketado, Google, Mahindra Satyam, Hashtash Studios, Booz&Co., the Saltlist, will be enjoying some real development fun at the DevFestX.

Is being there enough?

Not for Aman Alam, our very own Android-struck developer who will be giving a talk on ‘Understanding OAuth and implementing ‘Sign-in with Twitter’ in your Android applications’. Way to go Aman, make all of us proud!

Other speakers at the DevFestX are: Michael Van Ripper, Program Manager, Developer relations at Google, Rajdeep Dua, Lead Developer Advocate at Google India, Badrinath Kulkarni, Android Developer, Bangalore, Ashish Sharma, Principal, Booz&Co.

DevFestX talks will be followed by what seems like an exciting hackathon session on the last day where the developers will be brainstorming to create a viable code. Which, by the way is nothing less than out-in-the-park fun for the development community.

CueBlocks is looking forward to being part of DevFestX and thanks DevFestX for giving us the opportunity to contribute.

We wish the organizers a successful venture and all the very best!

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