This week is taking place in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea the second TEG Campus organized by GITGE – Gestor de Infraestructuras de telecomunicaciones de Guinea Ecuatorial.
The event, where more than 2.000 people attended last year, has the objective to concentrate the enthusiasts of IT, innovation, science, creativity, entrepreneurship and digital leisure of Equatorial Guinea. TEG Campus organized different activities as lectures and workshops, panel discussions, development and programming, design, multimedia, video game design, etc.
TEG Campus started on Thursday 9th and will finish on Wednesday 15th of May.
Norman Albi joined the second panel discussion on Friday to talk about Internet Service Providers at Equatorial Guinea: Operators, Goals and Challenges.
In its second edition, TEG Campus is willing to beat attendance record.