Philippine Youth Congress in Information Technology

"Largest IT event in the Philippines!"

17 19 September 2013

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The 11th Philippine Youth Congress on Information Technology (Y4iT) comes to a bigger venue on September 17 to 19 at the SMX Convention Center, Pasay City!

Organized by the UP System Information Technology Foundation, Inc., it has established itself as not just any annual IT convention, but as a brand that every college IT student recognizes. Since 2003, the University of the Philippines Information Technology Training Center (now UP ITDC) has been bringing together students, faculty, IT practitioners and enthusiasts, government officials, national leaders, and prominent IT personalities from many parts of the country and the world to discuss and share knowledge about recent trends in IT.

With over 100 speakers sharing their knowledge and experience on a wide array of IT topics, Y4iT continues to provide a venue for experiencing activities and witnessing talks that cover IT and IT-related topics, thus developing awareness and honing global competitiveness among IT practitioners and enthusiasts.

1 speaker

26 known attendees

  • Alethxander Orillaza
  • Dyan Artrea Estacio
  • Lemuel Catalogue
  • Rom
  • nicalyn clamor
  • MJ Serafico
  • Johan Janssens
  • CHA
  • Marie
  • Sarah 'Joy' Salvio
  • Stanley Semilla
  • Honey Badaguas
  • Jimmy Caro
  • Reya F. Samonte
  • Ariel Betan
  • Paulo Noel G Paje
  • Micomar Luigi Bala
  • Jason Balais
  • jcluzon
  • noel
  • Ann Orogo
  • Y4iT
  • wiL Maquinta
  • Vic Angelo Mamaril
  • Markie Mark

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  • Philippine Web Designers Organization
  • Orlee Pasion
  • Ralph Leyga

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