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[Ibadan]–Demilade Odetara took the shine as he presented his android application at the Google Cloud Next ’17 Extended Day 1, in Ibadan.

The event which took place at Nustream Conference and Culture Centre Ibadan saw in attendance developers, hackers and students.

Odetara’s app named Hubble is an educational resources application designed to bridge the gap between students and knowledge. The application is a material data bank for university students across the world.

According to odetara, educational system has become digitalized across the world but Nigeria’s still remain traditional.

“I plan on creating something that is not different from the current educational system but leveraging on the current educational system.”

“Hubble is a platform where student from Universities around the world can upload, download and read materials online. You can also ask questions and answer questions subject ranging on arts, sciences, mathematics, medicine etc.

The 4.05 megabyte application which he claimed was built on ionic base and Firebase is available on Google Play Store.

Odetara who is a 300 level students of the Department of Electrical Electronics Engineering, University of Ibadan launched the app on February 13, 2017.

“The application has so far received laudable response especially from the fresh students of the University of Ibadan, we have recorded up to 300 downloads”, Odetara added.

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