DEVCON Luzon 2010 1

I just recently I became a member of the PSIA Tech Council… The company I’m working for is a member of PSIA which makes up 90% of the country’s software sector promoting the growth and global competitiveness of the Philippine software industry, also an active partner of the government and academe in implementing programs that benefit the industry.

The PSIA, PSIA Tech Council, together with the Awesome and Cool sponsors will be having the Luzon leg of DEVCON here in Manila!

Below are the details of this awesome event:

09 February 2010, 4-9pm, SMX Convention Center Function Room 1

Sync. Support. Succeed.

Get together to be connected, enhance skills and support each other to achieve success!

Designed to be a premier gathering of all Filipino software engineers, DEVCON facilitates collaboration, interaction and mentoring among leading practitioners of the Philippine software industry. DEVCON adapts global best practices for skills improvement and professional advancement among Filipino software engineers. It features three main elements which has successful formats used in international technology gatherings:

> Lightning Talks – a fast-paced presentation on any topic of interest
> Birds of a Feather – a dynamic discussion of opposing perspectives on mutual topics
> Hackathon – providing rapid learning of a new technology through hands-on demonstration or joint coding onsite

Register online for your FREE seat. 🙂
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DEVCON is a pioneering event of the Philippine Software Industry Association.






The awesome venue

Map of the venue

BTW, the program mentioned the words Pizza and Beer (twice). That would be cool 😉 See you there!

Update (20100319):
We were invited by Asia Pacific College to host a DEVCON on their College Week. I did a Lightning Talk (10-15mins presentation) about Virtualization giving the students a historical background (mainframe days) and moving forward to x86 architecture (xen,kvm,etc.). I also explained to them the comparison of different methods to do x86 Virtualization. These are very useful info when they start to apply or try these technologies on the real world. Overall the event was great 🙂 and we had a very interesting Q&A/discussion about career matters.

Check out my presentation here (pdf) – DEVCON Event@Asia Pacific College, 03/19/2010


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