We are excited to be hosting DevFest South-South Nigeria 2022 in the city of Warri, Delta State, Nigeria.
Join us on Saturday November 5, 2022 for a full-day of inspiring keynotes, talks, codelabs on Google's technologies and APIs. What's more? There will be networking opportunities and we can't wait to host you as we bring the excitement of DevFest to Warri.
Please RSVP and keep an eye on this page as we will be unveiling the agenda and speaker line-ups soon.
Co-Founder and CTO
Start Innovation Hub
GOPA Worldwide Consultants
Co-Founder and CTO
Mobile Software Engineering facilitator
Femi TAIWO has over 20 years of experience building Technology Solutions in Sub-Saharan Africa. He's the CTO at INITS, a Pan-African Tech Consulting Firm. that has developed and currently manages several mission critical solutions used every day by thousands of people.
He is a Google Developer Expert on Cloud, Certified Solutions Architect, Mentor, Co-organizer for GDG Lagos and DevFest (because he's passionate about the ecosystem); and a great guy to chat with about Engineering Practices, Scaling Infrastructure, User Engagement, or on Software Engineering generally.
He is on the TEDxLagos core team, contributing his quota in enabling thought leaders and reformers to share ideas that would spark deep discussions and birth new ideas that will change our region.
Ukpai Ugochi is a Nigerian female software developer with a Bachelor's degree in Marine Engineering and Bootcamp certificates in Software development.
A product designer with 3 years of experience helping companies design data-informed products using research and user experience design.
Charles Freeborn is a Technical Writer. He has over four years of experience writing API documentation and technical articles around the modern web. And recently transitioned into the Web 3.0 space to build the next generation of the internet.
Sylvia Roli Atche is a human capital development specialist with experience in and a passion for building sustainable businesses, youth employment, and skills development. She is a skilled communicator and has coached a number of young people in leadership and entrepreneurship. She is committed to offering individualized support, ensuring the long-term success of projects, and having the ability to solve problems in the real world.
Ndubuisi Onyemenam, is a software engineer, open-source enthusiast, and volunteer for developer communities.
He currently works at EdenLife, where he is delivering solutions to continuously improve user experiences.
Godswill Azubike is a mobile software engineer, and currently the GDG Asaba Lead