Recently young developers in Saudi Arabia from Google Developer Student Clubs, a program of university based community groups for students interested in Google technologies, came together to help local small businesses. As more companies across the globe rely on online sales, these students noticed that many of their favorite local stores did not have a presence on the web.
Google Developer Student Clubs, a program of university based community groups for students interested in Google developer technologies, recently started hosting study groups called Android Study Jams. The goal? Learn Android app development through hands-on codelabs in an online curriculum provided by Google. There are two tracks: one for students who are new to programming, and one for those who already have experience. Interested in participating? Facilitator materials are available for anyone to host Android Study Jams in their community - take a look and get to building.
We strive to make Android development content accessible to all, so that anyone can become an Android developer. Over the years, millions of students at all different levels have consumed our learning content and worked through courses and codelabs to advance their skills. We continue to update and release new content as the ever-changing industry continues to evolve.
Solve for the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals with Google technologies in this year’s Solution Challenge.
Created by the United Nations in 2015 to be achieved by 2030, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agreed upon by all 193 United Nations Member States aim to end poverty, ensure prosperity, and protect the planet.
Here’s the story of a Developer Student Club Lead from Karachi, Pakistan who discovered her leadership potential through her community. Krinza grew up with curiosity towards technology and computers. Despite academic achievements in university she had doubts with confidence and leadership.
Computer Science Education Week kicks off on Monday, December 7th and runs through the 13th. This annual call-to-action was started in 2009 by the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) to raise awareness about the need to encourage CS education at all levels and to highlight the importance of computing across industries.
Irene Ruiz Pozo is a former Google Developer Student Club (DSC) Lead at the Polytechnic University of Cartagena in Murcia, Spain. As one of the founding members, Irene has seen the club grow from just a few student developers at her university to hosting multiple learning events across Spain. Recently, we spoke with Irene to understand more about the unique ways in which her team helped local university students learn more about Google technologies.
The Google Developer Student Club at the Stevens Institute of Technology built their own website that makes local government data user friendly for voters in local districts. The goal: Take obscure budget and transportation information, display it via an easy-to-understand UI, and help voters become more easily informed.
Join us for the 2020 Solution Challenge Demo Day hosted by Developer Student Clubs. We will showcase the top 10 winners and their solutions! You will get a chance to ask questions directly to these teams and learn more about the awesome Google technology behind their solutions.
Google Developer Student Clubs (DSC) are university based community groups for students who are interested in Google's developer technologies. Each year, Google puts a call out to the entire DSC global community, asking students to answer one simple question: Can you solve a local problem in your community by building with Google's technologies?
As the world continues to embrace remote opportunities, Google Developer Group (GDG) and Developer Student Club (DSC) communities have been working hard to support each other virtually – complete with online technical education and remote spaces to build local community connections. In particular, community groups in Sweden, Singapore, and throughout MENA have been creating resources to help developers find online employment, education, and engagement opportunities.
Become a Developer Student Club Lead to help train thousands of student developers globally and work with their communities to solve real-life problems. Empower others and join us in building a global community for students.
The Solution Challenge is live! Developer Student Clubs from 800+ universities across the globe will use technology to solve local problems in their communities.
Here’s a great story of Developer Student Group member Destiana Choirun Nisak, who leveraged her local Developer Student Clubs community to build a flood alerting app, L-Flood. A Bojonegoro Village, Indonesia native, Destiana has seen and experienced how the floods affect her community. While enrolled at PENS University, Destiana met 'Dana' Surahutomo Aziz Pradana and they set out to create a solution that alerts those in the surrounding areas when they know the river is going to flood. Through the app, local authorities can send alerts and find the closest safe point based on their location.
Samuel and a Developer Student Club community in Uganda together solved a local challenge by building a mobile app with Firebase for users to track their medical vaccinations and enable better tracking for patients and healthcare workers. Their team won the annual Solution Challenge competition after being selected from a pool of 170 applicants.
Meet David Asem, Developer Student Club Lead in Ghana. Hear David discuss the challenges for first year students and how DSC Ghana solves accessibility for first year students at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana.
As a Developer Student Club member, Hastu Wijayasri developed an app to help the visually impaired. Her story has inspired developers around the globe.
Developer Student Clubs train thousands of student developers globally and work with their communities to solve real-life problems. Here, students from Ashesi University in Ghana share their experience at a Cloud Study Jam.
At first, Hastu thought she couldn’t become a developer because she is hearing impaired. Then, she met Tesya at a local Indonesian Google Developer Student Club, and Tesya took the time to mentor Hastu in Android technology. Fascinated by what she learned in her DSC, Hastu dedicated her time towards building an Android app that helps facilitate connecting the blind with sight volunteers. Hastu aspires to become the CTO of an Indonesian start-up in the future. She continues to build apps, and solve local problems for her community.
He shares that DSC can lead to internships, jobs, and the chance to connect with the local tech community.
One group in her club created a suggestion app for the faculty and students. Her experience at Google I/O 2018 will help them improve the app and continue to solve problems for their community.
He will take what he learned back to his group to improve their app, Unipool, which helps students organize carpools to get to university safely.
One group in her club is working on Dost-e-Kisan, an app for farmers that makes use of the weather forecast for optimal use of water.