Developer Student Club
University of Florida.

Developer Student Clubs is a Google Developers program for university students to learn mobile and web development skills, design thinking skills and leadership skills.

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Concept of DSC

The DSC program is a grassroots channel through which Google provides development skills, mobile and web development skills for students, towards employability.

Why DSC?

For students to learn development skills, solve problems through technology and inspire them to be world-class developers and changemakers.

Target audience

DSC activities are targeted at University students and any others including faculty members who want to learn development skills & work to solve real-life problems.

Opportunities DSCs provide students with

  • Grow their knowledge on developer technologies and more through peer to peer workshops and vents.
  • Gain relevant industry experience by solving problems for local organizations with technology based solutions.
  • Showcase their prototypes and solutions to their local community and industry leaders.
  • Getting inspiration to become world-class developers and changemakers from sharing others' success stories.

Technologies We're Excited About

Opportunities to learn & access deep technical content.

Android Development

Every year Google developers release exciting new updates to the world's most popular operating system. We always have sessions to keep you updated and mastering the latest trends in modern Android development.


Web Development

Learn the core foundations of a delightful web experience both for the user and developer. Stay up to tabs with emerging and trending technologies. Get access to a guided, tutorial and hands-on coding experience.


Cloud Computing

For passionate developers who want to stay relevant in a cloud first world where businesses demand for agility and innovation and prompt rise of cloud-native applications to ridges gaps between data, insight, and action.


Machine Intelligence

Learn how to drive user engagement and retention with intelligent apps that are able to effectively serve users what they need without the fuss by providing these systems with the ability to utomatically learn and improve from experience without being explicitly programmed.


DSC Solution Challenge

The Solution Challenge is a contest held in the spring where Developer Student Clubs create innovative solutions to local community problems using Google products or platforms. We will begin creating teams and brainstorming ideas in January. Join our slack to stay updated!

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Events & Workshops

Come learn, share, and connect with us in person.

Solution Challenge Mixer poster
Spring GBM #3
April 7th 2021
Zoom ID: 975 1733 0375
7:00 PM EST
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Firebase Workshop
March 30th 2021
Zoom ID: 977 2885 5167
7:00 PM EST
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Spring GBM #2 with an InfoTech Info Session + Social
March 24th 2021
Zoom ID: 957 5539 6178
7:00 PM EST
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Fly with Flutter Part 2
March 4th 2021
Zoom ID: 957 5539 6178
7:00 PM EST
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Fly with Flutter
February 19th 2021
Zoom ID: 941 9962 8866
7:00 PM EST
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Solution Challenge Mixer poster
Solution Challenge Team Building
January 28th 2021
7:00 PM EST
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Solution Challenge Mixer poster
Software Development Lifecycle Workshop @Swamphacks
January 30th 2021
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Solution Challenge Mixer poster
Solution Challenge Mixer
January 22nd 2021
7:00 PM EST
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Spring GBM #1
January 19th 2021
Zoom (ID: 954 5303 6923)
5:30 PM EST
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Solution Challenge Info Session
December 7th 2020
Zoom (ID: 984 0907 1831)
7:00 PM EST
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ML: Meet the Models
November 30th 2020
Zoom (ID: 923 8247 9083)
7:00 PM EST
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Solution Challenge Mixer poster
Among Us and Social
November 20th 2020
Zoom (ID: 961 7331 5282)
7:00 PM EST


Diving Into Data
November 12th 2020
Zoom (ID: 951 9476 3973)
7:00 PM EST
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Cloud Hero Event
November 7th - 8th 2020
1:00 PM EST
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Cloud Hero Prep Event
November 5th 2020
10:00 PM EST
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GitHub Workshop
October 30th 2020
Zoom (ID: 932 0455 2072)
6:30 PM EST
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Meet The DSC Team

Passionate students and faculty staff driving the success of the program.

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Erik Rosa

DSC Lead and Founder

My goal is to bridge the gap between theory and
practice and give students the skills they need to
succeed in the tech industry.
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Justin Schwartz

DSC Vice President

Passionate about software
engineering, product design,
and business development.
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Vicente Rafael Cortés

DSC Treasurer

My goal is to create a space for developers
where everyone can feel included and
like their voice matters.
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Lina Soufny


Data Driven
Passionate about using
tech for social good
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Venkata Sindhu Kandula

Tech Lead

I am passionate about SD, blockchain, AI, solving real time
problems, helping peers while constantly learning myself.
Feel free to connect with me on my socials!
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Tyler Metzger

Tech Lead

I love technology, teaching, and meeting new people!
I'm always looking to learn new things, so feel free
to connect with me on any of my socials.
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Raymond Yu

Tech Lead

I love to dig deep in problems, and the
thrill of solving a challenging problem
is what drives me to improve.
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Emily Jones


Software Developer
Aspiring Product Manager
Interested in UX Design
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Sophia Vellozzi

Communications Chair

Computer Science Student
Aspiring Software Engineer
Interested in technology and linguistics
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Gabriela Ares

Outreach Director

Future doctor
Technology enthusiast
Interested in biotechnology and bioinformatics
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Angela Chan

Marketing Lead

Information Systems student
Passionate about intersection
between business and technology

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can become a member?

The club is open to anyone, you do not need to be a University of Florida student. However, you do need to be a University of Florida student to participate in the DSC Solution Challenge held in the spring. In order to join, all you need to do is join our slack to stay up to date on upcoming events!

How frequently do events and workshops occur?

We hold workshops and events at the University of Florida on a biweekly basis. You can check out all of our upcoming and past events under the Workshops section of our wesbite and join our slack to stay updated on future events.

What should I carry when attending a workshop?

We recommend you carry with you a notebook, pen, and a laptop because more often than not we make our hands dirty with code. Most importantly, carry along a healthy dose of curiosity and enthusiasm.

Who should I reach out to if I have any questions?

If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to contact us through one of the social medias linked below or through