Google Announces G-Pals Day 2009 In Palestine

| Mar 12, 2009 | comment 7 Comments

G-Pals Day 2009Google announced that upon invitation by the Palestine Information & Communications Technology Incubator (PICTI) and Palestinian IT Association (PITA), with support from UPP and USAID, it will be offering specialized training days in Ramallah (West Bank), aiming to spur economic development in Palestine.

The event will be held over a two day period (March 24 – 25, 2009); the first day targeted at software developers and the second at entrepreneurs.

The agenda is as follows:

Day 1: For Software Developers (March 24th 2009)

Day 1 will focus on pushing the boundaries of web applications using Google developer technologies. Google engineers and web development leaders will lead attendants through one full day of in-depth sessions on the latest Google technologies and hands-on codelabs. The day will also be about bringing brilliant developers together to share their own ideas. Registration form for Day 1

Day 2: For Entrepreneurs (March 25th 2009)
Day 2 will be full of Google product demonstrations for small or medium sized businesses to help spur innovation and entrepreneurship in the region. There will be a discussion on how to create Arabic content using online tools, how to market them and how to monetize. Furthermore there will be presentations of several tools to better manage businesses. Registration form for Day 2

The event will be held in Ramallah at the following venue:

Grand Park Hotel
Al Masyoon Heights
Rafat Road
Ramallah
Tel: +972 2 298 6194

For more information, you can visit the official site here: G-Pals Day 2009

[Via: Leaders of Tomorrow]

  • http://clickontech.net Ibrahim Al Jabour

    Thank you Mohamed ,
    We are interested in GAZA for this event and Israel make west bank forbidden area for us.

  • http://clickontech.net Ibrahim Al Jabour

    Thank you Mohamed ,
    We are interested in GAZA for this event and Israel make west bank forbidden area for us.

  • hassan

    excellent and courageous move from google
    i hope their will be additional ones in the future

  • hassan

    excellent and courageous move from google
    i hope their will be additional ones in the future

  • osama yaseen

    We are waiting you Google to Pal,

    Your APIs Fan

  • osama yaseen

    We are waiting you Google to Pal,

    Your APIs Fan

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