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Google just launched a day-long Mobile Developer Fest in Bangalore to train young students in the latest mobile technologies. The event which is being organized aims to train two million developers in the country.
Recently it was conducted at CMR Institute of Technology but Google has announced that it be held in leading engineering colleges across 12 states in the coming days.
"While India has long maintained its position as a global base of tech talent, there is growing need to invest further in skilling India's large base of young students who are keen to learn newer technologies," William Florance, University Relations - Developer Products Group, Google, said in a statement.
The day-long fest gave computer science and engineering students insights across multiple product areas like Machine Learning, Firebase, Android and Progressive Web Apps. Students could also participate in hands-on code labs sessions, and learn directly from Google certified developers.
Google is now aiming at better things and the newly launched event will also now provide an opportunity for students to become part of Google Developer Student Clubs and University Innovation Fellows.
Besides, Google has the vision to help make India a global hub for high-quality mobile developers. Through its other initiatives in India and Mobile Skilling programs, Google is working on making world-class mobile developer education accessible to millions of students and developers.