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Tejas Kumar Youtuber, Tejas Kumar

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Tejas has been writing code since he was eight years old. An award winning web developer and mentor, today, Tejas enjoys talking to humans about code – encouraging and empowering developer communities worldwide.

Workshop: Public Speaking & DevRel

Tech conferences and meetups are everywhere nowadays, you've surely received or will one day receive an invitation to deliver a talk at your local community meetup or at the next big conference in Amsterdam, Berlin or Brussels!!! This session, by one of the best tech public speakers ever, will teach you how to become a skilled public speaker

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