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for the first time ever in Egypt and Jordan, Google will be hosting its Google Days in December, in Egypt
between December 8th and 10th and Jordan between December 12th and 14th, 2010.

Google is very excited to meet with computer science students,software developers, small businesses and tech entrepreneurs in Jordan.
We will be demonstrating Google's suite of products that are driving innovationin technology, business across the globe and here in the Middle East.

This website will be updated regularly and will soon include details on the agenda, so make sure to come back from time to time to the website !

Oh, and by the way, the events are free, so register now for the day of your choice below - your registration will be confirmed as soon as we go through all registrations and send you a confirmation email.

Dates : from Sunday 12th December to Tuesday 14th December 2010
Location : Amman, Jordan (precise location to be updated shortly)

December 12th

they will demo and teach some of Google's most powerful technologies and coding languages for building online and mobile applications. Google engineers and product managers from all over the globe will share their
favorite tricks and tips, and answer your questions. Our team will also cover some of the existing Google student outreach programs and opportunities that you can get involved with.

Check out the agenda on Ref site !

Ask questions during the day using Google Moderator !

If you are an advanced developer, please register for Day 2 rather than Day 1.

Day 2: For Software Developers
December 13th

A menu catering to developers has been prepared ! We will focus on pushing the boundaries of web applications using Google developer technologies. Google engineers and web development leaders will lead you 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. There will be plenty of time to meet other developers, discuss ideas and share what you've been working on.

Check out the agenda on the Ref link!

Ask questions during the day using Google Moderator !

Before you come, please set your coding environment. Find out more on Code Labs.

December 14th

Day 3 will be full of Google product demonstrations for marketers, tech entrepreneurs and small businesses to help spur innovation and business in the region. We will discuss how to create content using online tools, how to market them and how to monetise. Our presentations have a focus toward online and mobile.

Furthermore we will discuss several tools to better manage your business. Finally, we will host a VC/Entrepreneur panel who will share their expertise in funds and launching technology ventures.


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