Register for the 2021 Solution Challenge by March 31.

Connect beyond the screen.

When you join a Google Developer Group, you'll have the opportunity to meet local developers with similar interests in technology. A GDG meetup event includes talks on a wide range of technical topics where you can learn new skills through hands-on workshops. The community prides itself on being an inclusive environment where everyone and anyone interested in tech - from beginner developers to experienced professionals - all are welcome to join.

Meet other local developers and those interested in developer technologies. All are welcome, including those with diverse backgrounds and those from a variety of companies and industries.
Learn about a wide range of technical topics where you can gain new skills through hands-on workshops and in-person training.
Apply your new learnings and connections to build great products, advance your skills, career and network. Give back to your community by helping others learn as well.

GDG Chapters

Search the directory to find a GDG chapter near you. Visit each GDG's page to find more information about the group, events, and sign-up details.

October 2020

Magas, a mostly rural area, is home to a small population of just under six-thousand people - it's estimated that under 100 of them are developers. Yet one day that small group of developers decided to take their first step towards becoming a community. Inspired by how GDG brought developers together, they believed starting a community in Magas was just what they all needed to grow.

October 2020

On October 16-18, thousands of developers from all over the world are coming together for DevFest 2020, the largest virtual weekend of community-led learning on Google technologies. For DevFest this year, a few familiar faces from Google and the community came together to show you how to build an app using multiple Google Developer tools to detect crop diseases, from scratch, in just a few minutes.

August 2020

Meet Eustache Luckens Yadley, or "Yadley" for short. As a web developer from Port-au-Prince, Yadley has spent his career building web applications that benefit the local Haitian economy. Whether it’s ecommerce platforms that bring local sellers to market or software tools that help local businesses operate more effectively, Yadley has always been there with a technical hand to lend.

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