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We are releasing tickets for DevFest Málaga ‘19!

The third edition of DevFest will take place on December 14th at the University of Malaga

Are you working or studying technology? Would you like to learn about emerging technologies from some of the proclaimed talents in the tech industry? Would you like to have an awesome time while meeting incredible people and visiting one of the most charming, warm and beautiful cities in the world?

If the answer to any of these is yes, attending DevFest Malaga ’19 is a must for you!

We are proud to announce the third edition of DevFest Málaga, one of the largest tech conferences in Southern Spain, that will take place on December 14th. We have the pleasure of counting with the School of Computing of the University of Málaga, where the event will take place.


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Introducing some of our Speakers

We have crafted a top quality agenda from relevant companies who will share with us their experience working in cybersecurity, cloud, mobile and web development fields. Meet some of them:

Ekaterina Kamenskaya — Get real happy at work!

Katerina Kamenskaya

Tech Lead, Google

Ekaterina has been working in Google for almost 9 years helping increase Engineering Productivity and product quality in various teams. She has been working for products such as Google Chrome and YouTube. Ekaterina received higher education degrees in Engineering and Management, and PhD in Engineering.

Bob Van Kuijt — Build your own Knowledge Graph with Weaviate on GCP

Bob Van Kuijt

Google Developer Expert

Bob is a technology entrepreneur, technologist and new media artist from the Netherlands. Founder of SeMI Technologies, consultancy firm Kubrickology and the chairman of the Creative Software Foundation. In March 2016, he started the open source knowledge graph Weaviate. Bob tarted his first Internet company at the age of 17.

Nerea Luis — Unmasking Generative Adversarial Networks

Nerea Luis


Nerea Luis Mingueza is an Artificial Intelligence Engineer at Sngular. At 28 she is Doctora Cum Laude in Artificial Intelligence. She has founded the the national T3chFest event, which counts with moer than 1600 attendees and 80 talks about science and technology. She has received the The Order of Civil Merit.

Karl Hiramoto

Karl Hiramoto


Karl Hiramoto, from USA, has been living in the Costa del Sol for more than 14 years. He’s an Engineer in VirusTotal, a company acquired by Google in 2012. He works with a team dedicated to file analysis. With more than 20 years of experience in the tech business, he has worked in Big Data, Firewalls, Routers, recessed systems and sensors, among other fields.

Estefanía García — Managing state with NgRx and Pokemon

Estefanía García


Born in Málaga, Estefanía has completed college at IES Jesús Marín. Her specialty is web technologies, and she often contributes to the open source community. Estefanía is the co-creator and maintainer of the Npkill utility that helps developers find and remove heavy & unused npm node_modules.

Javi Cepa — Tricks to survive the indiepocalypse: Reventure

Javi Cepa

Founder / Creative Director, Pixelatto

Javi Cepa is the founder and creative director of Pixelatto, an independent studio from Málaga known for its assets and tools for developers, and classic videogames, founded in 2014. He also teaches Programming and Design in the Videogames Masters degree, of the University of Málaga, and is one of the founders of Málaga Jam.

Some of our speakers

About the team

DevFest Málaga is being organised by the team that created Hackers Week (a week-long annual tech event that has brought together more than 1500 people since 2013); now leading GDG Málaga’s chapter to organise events & workshops focusing on Google’s and Open Source hottest technologies (such as Polymer, Machine Learning, Firebase, Google Cloud, Android, etc.) and other technical topics we find interesting (Linux, Angular…).

A huge thank you to the YesWeTech and La Peña Overflow communities for your collaboration, it wouldn't have been the same without you guys ❤️.

Google Developers Group Málaga is an independent group; our activities and the opinions expressed must not in any way be linked to Google, the corporation.

– Made with ❤️ by the team at GDG Málaga

Top comments (3)

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Markel F.

This is awesome 😍😍. Tech conferences in Spain are quite difficult to find.

elenadotnet profile image

They are very concentrated in the different locations, but there are many throughout the country.

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I'm ready!