B2C Coworking, a local tech-hub continues to harness talent and standing strong in this battle for technological relevance with this week bringing together Google Developers of the Harare Chapter to share innovations and experiences on various Google technologies.
The presenters were Tinashe Steven Dumbura a GDG Harare Facilitator, Tapiwanashe Matangira a GDG Harare Facilitator, also the HIT technocrat who developed the D-Rover Project , Andrew Sithole the Harare GDG Organizer and Kudzai Chasinda another HIT technocrat who has made historic strides in the Google space after his Chase Music Player got him a Google invite in the USA recently.
By Cisco Eng. Shingie Lev Muringi
Some of the Developers present included John Mangirazi the founder of TechFlare Technologies who testified that Google mean the future to him and as developers they love the freedom Google brings to the developers space.
Other upcoming developers also expressed their delight in the Google Developers space with some mentioning the unlimited access they are getting from Google’s pool of technologies. They further highlighted that open software systems such as Android has given them ability to experiment, design, personalize and develop their own ideas without barriers unlike when one intends to use proprietary softwares such as the Apple IOS.
Tinashe Steven Dumbura another Software Engineering student at the Harare Institute of Technology said Google opened a variety of avenues for him to develop softwares which are user friendly, scalable and makes it easier for developers to customize their ideas.
Some software developers said Google was now their modern day library and free accessible resource centre with unlimited tools to exploit when developing various solutions.
You can watch the proceeding of the event and the testimonials here: https://www.facebook.com/batanai2create/videos/1098443726890938/
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