1) Propose a session (30 mins) you'd like to lead for GDG organizers at the Summit. The session should teach a valuable, globally-relevant skill or learning to organizers, and leave them with something tangible to apply to their groups. 2) Vote for your favorite sessions! 3) Summit organizers will confirm sessions with session leaders first week of May.
Date: May 16, 2017
Organizer: Nilay Yener
This event is not accepting new proposals.
Decide who speaks at the conference!
How to take your community to next level. How to achieve more by utilize members and how to reach last mile audience.
From experience of 7 years in GDG and 500+ events with 60K+ participants in 15 cities.
The talk will cover how to make your GDG store and raise money to fund your initiatives. Lessons from the supplier choice to best seller products.
You plan to organize an awesome event! and go viral! everyone will talk about your event!
I will talk about Event Marketing! it is the most important element for any events! How to promote your event, and to go Viral through social media, and word of mouth, as well as traditional marketing.
Creating buzz is not easy! but is able to realize.
Vote! and Join me to make you event go viral.
In this session, we will talk about the most project GDG[x] team brought in the world. Why we are doing this and which benefits it brings. At the end, we are going to discuss future projects (ex. a new version of Hoverboard - DevFest website template).
It's a typical setting that we see a small number (or none at all) of women speakers at any tech events. There are many reasons for this issue but generally, it is because we (woman) sometimes forget how to stretch our opportunities. Let me share with you some tips/tricks on how you can stretch and brand yourself as a great speaker and in the same time increase more woman speakers at tech events!
We at GDG have different times. Sometimes your group is full of enthusiasm to make new events and share the knowledge, and sometimes you find that there's only two of you left and others are gone. In this talk I'm gonna share some tips on how to stay active during those hard times and get back to normal. Talk is more of a lightning and will last 10-15 minutes.
Discover how we helped and challenged college students to enhance their skills in Android Mobile Development and populate Google Play with local apps thru running a nationwide app development contest. The program attracted 250+ app submissions in its 2-year run.
It is more like a sharing and discussion.
Fung is from GDG Hong Kong. Last year, he visited different GDG chapters in East Asia and feel that a GDG chapter could go beyond a city.
However, are we sharing the same core values in GDG? And where shall we go?
Fung will share his story about a GDG chapter in Greater China, which is a center located at the margin.
Learn more about the psychology of communities! We’ll cover 5 psychological concepts that will help you to level up your community game & bring it to the next level. You’ll learn how using your knowledge about sense of community (factors, index), unconscious bias, impostor syndrome, habit loops & attribution theory (extrinsic vs intrinsic motivations) will lead to a healthier, more successful GDG.
When you create events, usually you have a lot of common tasks like: post to meetup, facebook, twitter, update website, notify community, etc. It is a big place to automate things. This talk will show you how we at GDG Riga try to do this... with no funds, using open source and not only. With tips and tricks.
Last year, the GDG Nantes organise the biggest DevFest in World in terms of attendees but we didn't do it in one year ! Let's see how organise us ? how we grow ?
The main objective of this presentation is to share somes tips and tricks and to present an other way to organise a DevFest (in oposition to last year presentation on the same subject)
Build and maintain a healthy community is a complicated issue but not impossible. In our experience on that path we've reach success by having a good communication, organization and establishing our objectives clearly, so we'll be, not only a community that shares knowledge and experiences but, a community like GDG Cochabamba that creates leaders and projects that cause an impact in our cities.
“If you can't measure it, you can't improve it.” Assessing the success of your community-building efforts? Measuring a community’s value can be very difficult, time-consuming, and often fruitless if you don’t know what you’re looking for. Learn how to measure community’s impact with the most effective metrics that truly matter incl. NPS, CSI (and how to not fall into the trap of vanity metrics).
Blockchain's promised transparency offers a new way to accomplish the three basic functions of governance: rules verifiability, interaction and enforcement.
At GDG La Paz we are looking to start experimenting with Sovereign application to store voting on project proposals, effectively voicing opinions on them. And we would love to start discussions on exploring this approach with other GDGs.
I will introduce story of Kanarek Android app that reached 35k downloads in 3 days and 150k over a month. App was only a week old and it pushed whole team to iterate on super high peace and to validate ideas much faster. Also this peak in user number caused a lot of headaches with Firebase - I would like to show what problems we faced and how we solved them (in some cases creating internal tool).
Several times i meet people that are brillant but that don't want to share their knowlegde. And I always have the same anwsers : "I'm not good enough" or "I don't know what to talk about".
In this presentation, i will show you that thoses both anwsers are not real problems ! I will also share you somes tips & tricks about how to prepare it's slides, how to be on stage, ...
My goal is to encourage each of you to organize your own version of this mentorship program in your country.
We've matched over 140 women starting their career in IT, being in the process of transition or seeking advice, with experienced mentors who for 4 months, each week supported and inspired them.
Full framework, as well as templates ready to use:)
Recently developers have started exploring for reasonable alternatives to Macbooks. Chromebooks are one option to get a bash prompt. We'll provide doc and tips to Crouton your Chromebook to run Ubuntu. We'll summarize and compare the different options in recent Windows 10 with Ubuntu and ephemeral bash in Google cloud with the freedoms and limitations with respect to Chromebook - Give me a bash$.
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