Google I/O Extended serves as the community-led counterpart to Google I/O, a yearly conference orchestrated by Google, during which the global audience is introduced to Google's most recent developer solutions, products, and technology advancements. The essence of Google I/O is extended through a sequence of community-led tech meetups known as Google I/O Extended. These meetups enable developers worldwide to experience the knowledge and enthusiasm shared at Google I/O on a local level in their respective cities.
While Google I/O Extended primarily caters to Google Developer Groups events, we extend our warm invitation to Google Developer Student Clubs (GDSC) and Women Techmakers (WTM) to actively participate. Additionally, we are thrilled to feature appearances by Google Developer Experts at various Google I/O Extended Meetups throughout the season.
Google Community Guidelines and Anti-Harassment Policy for In-Person and Virtual Events
Google is dedicated to providing a harassment-free and inclusive event experience for everyone regardless of gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disabilities, neurodiversity, physical appearance, body size, ethnicity, nationality, race, age, religion, or other protected category. We do not tolerate harassment of event participants in any form. Google takes violations of our policy seriously and will respond appropriately.
All participants of Google events, including in-person and online attendees, event staff, speakers, and Googlers, must abide by the following policy:
Be respectful to each other. Treat everyone with respect. Participate while acknowledging that everyone deserves to be here — and each of us has the right to enjoy our experience without fear of harassment, discrimination, or condescension, whether blatant or via micro-aggressions. All forms of communication should not demean others. Consider what you are saying and how it would feel if it were said to you or about you.
Speak up if you see or hear something. Harassment is not tolerated, and you are empowered to politely engage when you or others are disrespected. The person making you feel uncomfortable may not be aware of what they are doing, and politely bringing their behavior to their attention is encouraged.
We have a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY for in-person or online harassment of any kind, including but not limited to:
Participants asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately. Our zero tolerance policy means that we will look into and review every allegation of violation of our Event Community Guidelines and Anti-Harassment Policy and respond appropriately. To report any behavior that makes you or others feel uncomfortable, visit your event's website to file a report to your event's organizers.
This policy extends to talks, forums, workshops, codelabs, social media, all attendees, partners, sponsors, volunteers, staff, etc. You catch our drift. Google reserves the right to refuse admittance to, or remove any person from, any Google hosted event (including future Google events) at any time in its sole discretion. This includes, but is not limited to, attendees behaving in a disorderly manner or failing to comply with this policy, and the terms and conditions herein. If a participant engages in harassing or uncomfortable behavior, the conference organizers may take any action they deem appropriate, including warning or expelling the offender from the conference with no refund or blocking the offender’s account from participating online.
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✅ Community Manager @ Google , I am looking looking after SAF countries developer communities and tech ecosystem
✅ Former Community Manager Associate, Global Communities at Turing.com, I looked after developer eco-system and developer communities across Asia Pacific (APAC) region
✅ Former GDG Organizer at Google Developer Groups Islamabad for 04 years, organized tons of events including Study Jams, Workshops, I/O Extended, DeveFest to name a few
✅ Former Program Head at Coders Stack, a community for the developers by the developers
Aqsa is a prime example of growth at Red Buffer. Having graduated from NUST (Class of 2016) she found herself immersed in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). She began her professional life as an Embedded Systems Engineer but her passion moved her toward yet another field of interest - AI.
Soon after Aqsa joined Red Buffer as a Machine Learning Engineer and paved her way to becoming a Tech Lead. Today, she leads the AI (ML) team and is responsible for ensuring the quality of Projects, the efficiency of research and development, providing guidance on solutions, and mentoring growth within her team.
Apart from being a curious Machine Learning Enthusiast, she holds the accolade of being Pakistan's 1st Google Developer Expert (GDE) in ML - also the 1st female in South-East Asia (Frontier Region).
She strongly believes in the power of ideas to shape a better world and in that spirit actively contributes her knowledge through blogs, tech talks, and workshops. She was also a 3-time mentor at Google’s Women Developer Academy, has contributed her technology know-how consistently by giving talks in Singapore, the Philippines, and other countries in the SAE region, and is currently a mentor for Google’s Road to GDE program.
In her free time, she loves to read books and is very fond of baking.
Hufsa Munawar is an app growth consultant, digital marketer by education, and a community builder by passion. As an ex Women Techmakers ambassador, she is deeply committed to women empowerment, which is evident in everything she does in her personal and professional life. She enjoys/LOVES meeting new people and learning about their stories and is looking forward to the opportunity to connect with all of you
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