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TechcampSaigon @RMIT

From the organizer:

TechcampSaigon is a new evolution in the BarcampSaigon family. Our goal is to create an event that is the most innovative and high quality event in Vietnam around technology.

Last year, BarcampSaigon achieved a whopping 1,700 attendees. This included students, professionals, speakers, teachers, Vietnamese, foreigners, technology enthusiasts, business people, and more. At that time, we realized that Barcamp, which has its foundation in the technology community, had outgrown itself. Therefore, as a team, we decided that we needed to focus.

Thus, we bring you TechcampSaigon. It's an event that focuses solely on technology and bringing in high quality in-depth speakers that can talk about topics that are relevant to computer scientists, engineers, outsourcing companies, tech companies, startups, and more. Topics will revolve around key themes like: mobile, web development, programming languages, servers, hardware, new frontiers of technology, and more.


Sunday, 23 March

All Day

RMIT, Building 2



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