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Google Developers2,294,274Got a question about developing Android apps?  Ask the experts! @111169963967137030210 and @105593270217665985575 have answers, and are hosting a Q&A session for the Udacity Android Fundamentals training course (https://www.udacity.com/course/ud853) on Tuesday, August 26, 2014, at 9am PT. Ask and vote for questions at http://goo.gl/lzNJgK.  Ask the experts: Android Fundamentals2014-08-26 18:00:00462  
Google Developers2,294,274Join the Google Apps Script team to learn more about the new launch of add-ons!Google Apps Unscripted - March 20142014-03-14 17:00:00237  
Google Developers2,294,274Google I/O is an annual developer conference featuring highly technical, in-depth sessions, and showcasing the latest from Google's product teams and partners.Google I/O 20132013-05-14 23:00:005058  

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2016-04-19 20:05:15 (8 comments; 45 reshares; 171 +1s)Open 

Virtual Art Sessions, a new @ChromeExp lets you explore #VR paintings made w/ Tilt Brush. More on the Chrome blog: goo.gl/2QkZOF

Most reshares: 71

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2016-03-30 18:34:06 (4 comments; 71 reshares; 159 +1s)Open 

VR made easy: check out VR view, a new way to make the content on your apps and websites even more immersive → https://goo.gl/sjlGoK

Most plusones: 335

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2016-04-06 21:28:53 (5 comments; 38 reshares; 335 +1s)Open 

Google I/O #TB : How it all started in 2007 (Post 1/10)

When: May 31, 2007
Where: Beijing, Hamburg, London, Madrid, Moscow, Mountain View, Paris, São Paulo, Sydney, Tokyo
Highlights: Gears, Geo, Mapplets, Web toolkit, YouTube API

Today isn’t Thursday. But we’re still in a #TB mood, so we’ve decided to take you on a tour through memory lane and recap our favorite moments from past I/Os! Lets start from the very beginning...

Back in 2007, we held the first ever Google Developer Day across 10 countries, aiming to bring the dev community worldwide closer together and improve knowledge sharing. Googlers and attendees had great conversations in a fun environment with games and sweet treats on the side. This multi-location developer event was an evolution of the Geo Developer Day in 2006 and inspired the creation of Google I/O a yearlater!... more »

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2016-04-29 21:41:02 (1 comments; 8 reshares; 59 +1s)Open 

The Developer Show (TL;DR 024)

Google I/O 2016 is just weeks away! Start planning your conference experience today! Virtual Art Sessions is a new Chrome Experiment that’s extending VR to street artists and sculptors, and now you can watch them as create in a 3D virtual environment. The GCP Next sessions are now on YouTube, start with the top 5. Building for round screens with Android Wear just got a lot easier with Android Wear API 23. The latest version of Chrome supports the Credential Management API to give you programmatic access to a browser's credential manager.

Have a question? Use #AskDevShow to let us know!

https://goo.gl/DHsq6v

The Developer Show (TL;DR 024)

Google I/O 2016 is just weeks away! Start planning your conference experience today! Virtual Art Sessions is a new Chrome Experiment that’s extending VR to street artists and sculptors, and now you can watch them as create in a 3D virtual environment. The GCP Next sessions are now on YouTube, start with the top 5. Building for round screens with Android Wear just got a lot easier with Android Wear API 23. The latest version of Chrome supports the Credential Management API to give you programmatic access to a browser's credential manager.

Have a question? Use #AskDevShow to let us know!

https://goo.gl/DHsq6v___

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2016-04-29 00:21:07 (4 comments; 6 reshares; 28 +1s)Open 

Take a look at this video of the first ever class of Launchpad Accelerator, a new program that provides late-stage, mobile apps startups in emerging markets with mentoring and resources to successfully scale in their local economies.

You can learn more about how to participate in the next class here: https://goo.gl/8sHoZ8

Take a look at this video of the first ever class of Launchpad Accelerator, a new program that provides late-stage, mobile apps startups in emerging markets with mentoring and resources to successfully scale in their local economies.

You can learn more about how to participate in the next class here: https://goo.gl/8sHoZ8___

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2016-04-28 22:57:39 (6 comments; 34 reshares; 214 +1s)Open 

Find an I/O Extended event in your area!

Google I/O is in less than a month! Attend an #io16extended event in your city to join the festivities. We already have almost 300 events on our map: google.com/io/extended.

#io16

Find an I/O Extended event in your area!

Google I/O is in less than a month! Attend an #io16extended event in your city to join the festivities. We already have almost 300 events on our map: google.com/io/extended.

#io16___

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2016-04-28 20:04:02 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 24 +1s)Open 

AdMob Banner Ads

The Mobile Ads Garage is back with its second episode! This time we'll cover how to implement AdMob banner ads in both iOS and Android, with screencasts of real code and links to a bunch of resources.

AdMob Banner Ads

The Mobile Ads Garage is back with its second episode! This time we'll cover how to implement AdMob banner ads in both iOS and Android, with screencasts of real code and links to a bunch of resources.___

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2016-04-27 20:28:20 (1 comments; 4 reshares; 53 +1s)Open 

What is glorious about #AndroidDev? Developing for the ever-present computer in our pockets. Share your own & tag w/ #love4dev #io16 +Rich Hyndman 

My #love4dev : how glorious it is to have the apps we develop present with us all the time:https://goo.gl/CZcdCN. Share your #love4dev #io16___What is glorious about #AndroidDev? Developing for the ever-present computer in our pockets. Share your own & tag w/ #love4dev #io16 +Rich Hyndman 

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2016-04-27 17:15:17 (2 comments; 14 reshares; 58 +1s)Open 

New episode of Machine Learning Recipes, "What makes a good feature?" https://goo.gl/OiJAQq

New episode of Machine Learning Recipes, "What makes a good feature?" https://goo.gl/OiJAQq___

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2016-04-26 17:12:48 (2 comments; 10 reshares; 36 +1s)Open 

In-App Billing Security

Making your In-App Billing implementation safer and reliable following the security and design guidelines. These guidelines will help you to avoid attacks and be sure to delivery the correct content to the right user.

https://goo.gl/DuReok

In-App Billing Security

Making your In-App Billing implementation safer and reliable following the security and design guidelines. These guidelines will help you to avoid attacks and be sure to delivery the correct content to the right user.

https://goo.gl/DuReok___

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2016-04-25 20:28:02 (1 comments; 11 reshares; 72 +1s)Open 

+AdMob by Google is launching a new ebook called “The No-nonsense Guide to In-App Ads”, the latest in our No-nonsense series. This guide is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of in-app advertising for those new to the opportunity and walks you through how digital ads can be included into your app strategy and what’s the best way for you to get started.

https://goo.gl/H2koCa

+AdMob by Google is launching a new ebook called “The No-nonsense Guide to In-App Ads”, the latest in our No-nonsense series. This guide is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of in-app advertising for those new to the opportunity and walks you through how digital ads can be included into your app strategy and what’s the best way for you to get started.

https://goo.gl/H2koCa___

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2016-04-25 19:12:49 (1 comments; 6 reshares; 47 +1s)Open 

Simply solving real world problems & putting on the open web for others to use. That's +Paul Kinlan's passion.

Share your own & tag w/ #love4dev #io16

Sweet, a video of me is live. I love building on the web and for the web.

My #love4dev: solving real world problems & easily sharing w/ others all on the web: goo.gl/ND3RCq Share your #love4dev #io16___Simply solving real world problems & putting on the open web for others to use. That's +Paul Kinlan's passion.

Share your own & tag w/ #love4dev #io16

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2016-04-22 21:18:36 (1 comments; 18 reshares; 72 +1s)Open 

Highlights: Tensor Flow 0.8, Cloud Load Balancing UI, Vulkan, Mobile Ads Garage, Android N Dev Preview, and Solar Simulator app for Project Tango!

The Developer Show is where you can stay up to date on all the latest Google Developer news, straight from the experts. Have a question? Use #AskDevShow to let us know!

https://goo.gl/ohrTzY

Highlights: Tensor Flow 0.8, Cloud Load Balancing UI, Vulkan, Mobile Ads Garage, Android N Dev Preview, and Solar Simulator app for Project Tango!

The Developer Show is where you can stay up to date on all the latest Google Developer news, straight from the experts. Have a question? Use #AskDevShow to let us know!

https://goo.gl/ohrTzY___

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2016-04-21 18:08:36 (5 comments; 52 reshares; 202 +1s)Open 

Google I/O: What’s happening in 2016

In true fashion, we’re ending our series of I/O #TB posts on a Thursday. But instead of a throwback, this time we’re taking a look ahead at what will be happening in 2016.

You can start planning your #io16 schedule now, as the first wave of over 100+ talks just went live at events.google.com/io2016/schedule!

At this year’s event, happening May 18-20 in Mountain View, we’ll have more than 190 talks and many code labs available for download for all of you developers and tech enthusiasts around the world. Check out our blog post for more details: https://developers.googleblog.com/2016/04/start-planning-your-google-io-2016.html.

What topics are you most looking forward to hear about at this year’s conference?

Google I/O: What’s happening in 2016

In true fashion, we’re ending our series of I/O #TB posts on a Thursday. But instead of a throwback, this time we’re taking a look ahead at what will be happening in 2016.

You can start planning your #io16 schedule now, as the first wave of over 100+ talks just went live at events.google.com/io2016/schedule!

At this year’s event, happening May 18-20 in Mountain View, we’ll have more than 190 talks and many code labs available for download for all of you developers and tech enthusiasts around the world. Check out our blog post for more details: https://developers.googleblog.com/2016/04/start-planning-your-google-io-2016.html.

What topics are you most looking forward to hear about at this year’s conference?___

2016-04-20 20:53:02 (1 comments; 14 reshares; 66 +1s)Open 

Saying goodbye to OAuth 1.0 (2LO)

We are moving away from the OAuth 1.0 protocol in order to focus support on the current OAuth standard, OAuth 2.0, which increases security and reduces complexity for developers. OAuth 1.0 (3LO) was shut down on April 20, 2015. During this final phase, we will be shutting down OAuth 1.0 (2LO) on October 20, 2016. The easiest way to migrate to the new standard is to use OAuth 2.0 service accounts with domain-wide delegation.

Find out more and get tips for migrating at: http://goo.gl/hDKAud #GoogleAPIs #OAuth

Saying goodbye to OAuth 1.0 (2LO)

We are moving away from the OAuth 1.0 protocol in order to focus support on the current OAuth standard, OAuth 2.0, which increases security and reduces complexity for developers. OAuth 1.0 (3LO) was shut down on April 20, 2015. During this final phase, we will be shutting down OAuth 1.0 (2LO) on October 20, 2016. The easiest way to migrate to the new standard is to use OAuth 2.0 service accounts with domain-wide delegation.

Find out more and get tips for migrating at: http://goo.gl/hDKAud #GoogleAPIs #OAuth___

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2016-04-20 20:15:40 (0 comments; 6 reshares; 31 +1s)Open 

Watch +Fred Sauer talk about the creative outlet offered by Android's open ecosystem. Share your passion & tag w/ #love4dev #io16

Watch +Fred Sauer talk about the creative outlet offered by Android's open ecosystem. Share your passion & tag w/ #love4dev #io16___

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2016-04-20 18:17:31 (0 comments; 21 reshares; 55 +1s)Open 

Efficient use of the Google Maps APIs in a mobile application is helped by understanding some best practices to get the most out of your integration.

+Alex Danilo talks about some best practices that will help make your location based app experience better for you and your users.

https://goo.gl/REtBkd

Efficient use of the Google Maps APIs in a mobile application is helped by understanding some best practices to get the most out of your integration.

+Alex Danilo talks about some best practices that will help make your location based app experience better for you and your users.

https://goo.gl/REtBkd___

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2016-04-20 17:20:50 (3 comments; 12 reshares; 191 +1s)Open 

Google I/O #TB : What happened in 2015 (Post 9/10)

When: May 28–29, 2015
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: Android M, Android Pay, Android Wear, Inbox, Maps Offline, Now, Photos, Play Store,
Project Brillo, Project Weave

Back in 2015, we unveiled the +Android M(arshmallow) dev preview showcasing App permissions, app deep linking and battery improvements. Google Now got even smarter with Google Now on Tap: relevant Now cards that can be pulled up while using other apps helping you discover nearby restaurants when texting about dinner plans, or discover the trailer for the movie you’re reading about. The new +Google Photos app was in the spotlight with free unlimited storage for photos and videos, and we released a new version of +Google Cardboard that works with any phone.

Our guests were greeted with donuts andcoffee... more »

Google I/O #TB : What happened in 2015 (Post 9/10)

When: May 28–29, 2015
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: Android M, Android Pay, Android Wear, Inbox, Maps Offline, Now, Photos, Play Store,
Project Brillo, Project Weave

Back in 2015, we unveiled the +Android M(arshmallow) dev preview showcasing App permissions, app deep linking and battery improvements. Google Now got even smarter with Google Now on Tap: relevant Now cards that can be pulled up while using other apps helping you discover nearby restaurants when texting about dinner plans, or discover the trailer for the movie you’re reading about. The new +Google Photos app was in the spotlight with free unlimited storage for photos and videos, and we released a new version of +Google Cardboard that works with any phone.

Our guests were greeted with donuts and coffee while waiting in line for the anticipated keynote and later on, they were invited to party after hours once again at Yerba Buena - this time around, the space was filled with San Francisco food trucks and local bands.

Watch the keynote (https://youtu.be/7V-fIGMDsmE) and the recap video (https://youtu.be/OT8wVt1Bt_Y) for more!

Chrome Experiment (https://goo.gl/YTZuHr): The sound of material design using WebGL, Web Audio, Polymer, pixi.js, Canvas, p2 and JavaScript. Learn more about how this experiment was built here: https://goo.gl/SqEntO.

Visit the #io16 website for the latest on this year’s event: google.com/io.

#TB___

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2016-04-19 20:45:05 (0 comments; 19 reshares; 80 +1s)Open 

Creating interesting web layouts with CSS Grid Layout and Exclusions specification

Web ‪#‎GoogleDevExpert‬ Rachel Andrew detailing how CSS Grid Layout and the Exclusions specification can work together to create interesting web layouts. https://goo.gl/G4vqFb

Creating interesting web layouts with CSS Grid Layout and Exclusions specification

Web ‪#‎GoogleDevExpert‬ Rachel Andrew detailing how CSS Grid Layout and the Exclusions specification can work together to create interesting web layouts. https://goo.gl/G4vqFb___

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2016-04-19 20:05:15 (8 comments; 45 reshares; 171 +1s)Open 

Virtual Art Sessions, a new @ChromeExp lets you explore #VR paintings made w/ Tilt Brush. More on the Chrome blog: goo.gl/2QkZOF

Virtual Art Sessions, a new @ChromeExp lets you explore #VR paintings made w/ Tilt Brush. More on the Chrome blog: goo.gl/2QkZOF___

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2016-04-19 17:49:23 (0 comments; 11 reshares; 115 +1s)Open 

Google I/O #TB : What happened in 2014 (Post 8/10)

When: June 25–26, 2014
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: Android Auto, Android Lollipop, Android One, Android TV, Android Wear, Gmail API, Material design

Back in 2014, +Sundar Pichai announced that we reached 1B +Android users, and that 1M people were viewing #io14 via the livestream. After the Keynote, all attendees received +Google Cardboard a simple and affordable headset that allows for immersive VR experiences, created as a side project by 2 Googlers in the Paris office.

The after party was taken outdoors for the first time. It happened at the Yerba Buena Gardens across the street, featuring live music, a vibrant silent disco, a beer garden and even some light sabers.

Watch the keynote (https://youtu.be/wtLJPvx7-ys) and the recap video(htt... more »

Google I/O #TB : What happened in 2014 (Post 8/10)

When: June 25–26, 2014
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: Android Auto, Android Lollipop, Android One, Android TV, Android Wear, Gmail API, Material design

Back in 2014, +Sundar Pichai announced that we reached 1B +Android users, and that 1M people were viewing #io14 via the livestream. After the Keynote, all attendees received +Google Cardboard a simple and affordable headset that allows for immersive VR experiences, created as a side project by 2 Googlers in the Paris office.

The after party was taken outdoors for the first time. It happened at the Yerba Buena Gardens across the street, featuring live music, a vibrant silent disco, a beer garden and even some light sabers.

Watch the keynote (https://youtu.be/wtLJPvx7-ys) and the recap video (https://youtu.be/ksvdvCDO7pA) for more!

Chrome Experiment (https://goo.gl/TTklTP): A celebration of science and technology breakthroughs using Three.js and Web Audio.

Visit the #io16 website for the latest on this year’s event: google.com/io.

#TB___

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2016-04-18 23:08:51 (0 comments; 11 reshares; 48 +1s)Open 

Hear +Magnus Hyttsten share his passion on the power of new mobile APIs. Share your own & tag w/ #love4dev #io16

My #love4dev: engaging w/ new tech to build things that make a difference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Juxyta6oi9w&list=PLOU2XLYxmsIKXYR_3iOWnI4h1Do_aa8dn&index=1 Share your #love4dev #io16___Hear +Magnus Hyttsten share his passion on the power of new mobile APIs. Share your own & tag w/ #love4dev #io16

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2016-04-15 21:51:34 (2 comments; 14 reshares; 107 +1s)Open 

This week, a new and stable version of Android Studio 2.0! How one app increased its user engagement with material design. And, how an exciting collaboration between software engineers and researchers is shaping the way genomic data is processed in the cloud.

https://goo.gl/B03ZkO

#DevShow

This week, a new and stable version of Android Studio 2.0! How one app increased its user engagement with material design. And, how an exciting collaboration between software engineers and researchers is shaping the way genomic data is processed in the cloud.

https://goo.gl/B03ZkO

#DevShow___

2016-04-15 18:34:33 (3 comments; 13 reshares; 64 +1s)Open 

Learn about Android Development Patterns over #CoffeeWithAGoogler from +Laurence Moroney and Joanna Smith: https://goo.gl/3tMYkW

Learn about Android Development Patterns over #CoffeeWithAGoogler from +Laurence Moroney and Joanna Smith: https://goo.gl/3tMYkW___

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2016-04-15 17:00:02 (3 comments; 36 reshares; 95 +1s)Open 

Unit Testing recipes for Angular 2

Web #GoogleDevExpert Gerard Sans shares Unit Testing recipes for Angular 2 covering Components, Services, HTTP and MockBackend, Directives, Pipes, Routes, Observables and EventEmitter. https://goo.gl/DAgNc3

Unit Testing recipes for Angular 2

Web #GoogleDevExpert Gerard Sans shares Unit Testing recipes for Angular 2 covering Components, Services, HTTP and MockBackend, Directives, Pipes, Routes, Observables and EventEmitter. https://goo.gl/DAgNc3___

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2016-04-14 23:00:02 (1 comments; 11 reshares; 43 +1s)Open 

The Mobile Ads Garage: A new video series about using the Google Mobile Ads SDK

Today, the first episode of the Mobile Ads Garage hits YouTube! The Mobile Ads Garage is a new series that covers how to use the Mobile Ads SDK to display ads from AdMob and Doubleclick For Publishers. Each episode will cover one aspect of the SDK, break down a feature, and show screencasts of real implementations on both Android and iOS.

https://goo.gl/NW1qgp

The Mobile Ads Garage: A new video series about using the Google Mobile Ads SDK

Today, the first episode of the Mobile Ads Garage hits YouTube! The Mobile Ads Garage is a new series that covers how to use the Mobile Ads SDK to display ads from AdMob and Doubleclick For Publishers. Each episode will cover one aspect of the SDK, break down a feature, and show screencasts of real implementations on both Android and iOS.

https://goo.gl/NW1qgp___

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2016-04-14 22:12:02 (1 comments; 22 reshares; 98 +1s)Open 

Travel through space with the Project Tango app, Solar Simulator

Since most of us haven’t been to space, it’s often hard to grasp concepts like the vastness of the Solar System or the size of the planets. To make these concepts more tangible, three graduate students at San Francisco State University (SFSU)--Jason Burmark, Moses Lee and Omar Shaikh--have created Solar Simulator, a new app for Project Tango.

https://goo.gl/jx6Eq9

Travel through space with the Project Tango app, Solar Simulator

Since most of us haven’t been to space, it’s often hard to grasp concepts like the vastness of the Solar System or the size of the planets. To make these concepts more tangible, three graduate students at San Francisco State University (SFSU)--Jason Burmark, Moses Lee and Omar Shaikh--have created Solar Simulator, a new app for Project Tango.

https://goo.gl/jx6Eq9___

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2016-04-14 19:04:51 (2 comments; 14 reshares; 97 +1s)Open 

Here's the interview we promised earlier this week. We talked with Joshy Joseph, the primary tech lead on the new AdWords UI.

Snip:

> So a couple of years ago, when we were starting to think about building a new version of AdWords with much improved UI and performance, we took a fresh look at the tech stack. We wanted to use the opportunity to upgrade to a modern infrastructure that will serve us well for the next 7+ years.

But do read the whole article and tell us what you think or what you'd like to read next.

Here's the interview we promised earlier this week. We talked with Joshy Joseph, the primary tech lead on the new AdWords UI.

Snip:

> So a couple of years ago, when we were starting to think about building a new version of AdWords with much improved UI and performance, we took a fresh look at the tech stack. We wanted to use the opportunity to upgrade to a modern infrastructure that will serve us well for the next 7+ years.

But do read the whole article and tell us what you think or what you'd like to read next.___

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2016-04-14 17:24:57 (3 comments; 22 reshares; 285 +1s)Open 

Google I/O #TB : What happened in 2013 (Post 7/10)

When: May 15–17, 2013
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: Android Studio, Google Play Music All Access, Google Play Games, Google+ redesign, Hangouts

Back in 2013, we made several exciting products announcements at Google I/O. However, it was +Larry Page who stole the show with an inspiring #io13 keynote talking about responsibility to innovate. Devs from around the world were invited to watch a bird's-eye live stream of what was happening on the floors of Moscone via the I/O AirShow powered by a fleet of remote-controlled blimps equipped with cameras (https://youtu.be/zhmk22GHaE8).

Watch the keynote (https://youtu.be/9pmPa_KxsAM) and recap video (https://youtu.be/oWDrQa6jymc) for more!
Chrome Experiment (https://goo.gl/x849C4): The sounds of the "I" and&q... more »

Google I/O #TB : What happened in 2013 (Post 7/10)

When: May 15–17, 2013
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: Android Studio, Google Play Music All Access, Google Play Games, Google+ redesign, Hangouts

Back in 2013, we made several exciting products announcements at Google I/O. However, it was +Larry Page who stole the show with an inspiring #io13 keynote talking about responsibility to innovate. Devs from around the world were invited to watch a bird's-eye live stream of what was happening on the floors of Moscone via the I/O AirShow powered by a fleet of remote-controlled blimps equipped with cameras (https://youtu.be/zhmk22GHaE8).

Watch the keynote (https://youtu.be/9pmPa_KxsAM) and recap video (https://youtu.be/oWDrQa6jymc) for more!
Chrome Experiment (https://goo.gl/x849C4): The sounds of the "I" and "O” in the I/O logo using Javascript, Canvas, SVG animations and Web Audio.

Visit the #io16 website for the latest on this year’s event: google.com/io.

#TB___

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2016-04-14 17:12:11 (3 comments; 18 reshares; 49 +1s)Open 

On this Episode of Route 85, +Todd Kerpelman explains what goes on behind the scenes when you send a messaging using APNs! Frankly, we were a little disappointed to discover no carrier pigeons were involved: https://goo.gl/QXGNwp

On this Episode of Route 85, +Todd Kerpelman explains what goes on behind the scenes when you send a messaging using APNs! Frankly, we were a little disappointed to discover no carrier pigeons were involved: https://goo.gl/QXGNwp___

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2016-04-12 17:13:16 (0 comments; 16 reshares; 121 +1s)Open 

Google I/O #TB: What happened in 2012 (Post 6/10)

When: June 27–29, 2012
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: Analytics for Android, Android Jelly Bean, Chrome and Drive for iOS, Docs Offline, Google+, Nexus 7 & Q, Now, Project Glass

Back in 2012, #io12 expanded to three days to accommodate more content and product demos. Sergey Brin announced Project Glass with the help of some skydiving friends: youtu.be/D7TB8b2t3QE. Finally, we announced updated global metrics for some of our key products:
- 1M +Android devices were being activated every day
- +Google Chrome surpassed 310M active users
The after hours party at Moscone counted with some fine tunes from Train and Paul Oakenfold.

Watch the full event recap video for more: https://youtu.be/67IPYFsPZEU!

Chrome Experiment (https://goo.gl/0aOmzP): AHTM... more »

Google I/O #TB: What happened in 2012 (Post 6/10)

When: June 27–29, 2012
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: Analytics for Android, Android Jelly Bean, Chrome and Drive for iOS, Docs Offline, Google+, Nexus 7 & Q, Now, Project Glass

Back in 2012, #io12 expanded to three days to accommodate more content and product demos. Sergey Brin announced Project Glass with the help of some skydiving friends: youtu.be/D7TB8b2t3QE. Finally, we announced updated global metrics for some of our key products:
- 1M +Android devices were being activated every day
- +Google Chrome surpassed 310M active users
The after hours party at Moscone counted with some fine tunes from Train and Paul Oakenfold.

Watch the full event recap video for more: https://youtu.be/67IPYFsPZEU!

Chrome Experiment (https://goo.gl/0aOmzP): A HTML5 game, launching particles from the Input to the Output using canvas, CSS3, animated Sprites and Flash controlled by Javascript.

Visit the #io16 website for the latest on this year’s event: google.com/io.

#TB___

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2016-04-11 21:40:58 (4 comments; 21 reshares; 205 +1s)Open 

Google I/O #TB : What happened in 2011 (Post 5/10)

When: May 10–11, 2011
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: Android Ice Cream Sandwich, Chrome, Chrome OS, Music Beta

Back in 2011, the #io11 conference themes were “Momentum, Mobile and More”. We shared details on Ice Cream Sandwich, our next version of +Android and the first that worked everywhere, regardless of device. We added Movies to Android Market (which later became +Google Play). We also demoed Music Beta, a new personal music streaming service. We’ve been dancing at Google I/O ever since!

The I/O Bootcamp of the previous year was so popular we decided to incorporate it into the conference itself as Code Labs in 2011, and they’re still part of I/O today.

Watch the keynote videos for more: Day 1 (https://youtu.be/OxzucwjFEEs) and Day 2(https://y... more »

Google I/O #TB : What happened in 2011 (Post 5/10)

When: May 10–11, 2011
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: Android Ice Cream Sandwich, Chrome, Chrome OS, Music Beta

Back in 2011, the #io11 conference themes were “Momentum, Mobile and More”. We shared details on Ice Cream Sandwich, our next version of +Android and the first that worked everywhere, regardless of device. We added Movies to Android Market (which later became +Google Play). We also demoed Music Beta, a new personal music streaming service. We’ve been dancing at Google I/O ever since!

The I/O Bootcamp of the previous year was so popular we decided to incorporate it into the conference itself as Code Labs in 2011, and they’re still part of I/O today.

Watch the keynote videos for more: Day 1 (https://youtu.be/OxzucwjFEEs) and Day 2 (https://youtu.be/MiYND_zvIc0)!

That year we created our very first I/O Chrome Experiment (https://goo.gl/MXzvZt): A countdown towards the start of Google I/O using canvas and three.js. The countdown lived on the conference website and got some extra love on Valentine’s Day! It also made it on stage as the colorful keynote kick-off.

Visit the #io16 website for the latest on this year’s event: google.com/io.

#TB___

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2016-04-11 17:31:19 (2 comments; 12 reshares; 218 +1s)Open 

Google I/O #TB : What happened in 2010 (Post 4/10)

When: May 19–20, 2010
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights:  Android, App Engine for Business, Chrome, Enterprise, Geo, Google APIs, Google TV, Social Web, Wave, Web Toolkit

Back in 2010, the web once again got a lot of love on the #io2010 stage. The Chrome Web Store was announced as the open marketplace for web apps. We also announced Google App Engine for businesses and some important updates to the +Google Maps API.

We also played with a new format with the I/O BootCamp: an opportunity for attendees to get a crash course in our major development platforms and tools before they headed into Google I/O. It featured introductory "101" content, hands-on lab sessions, and community-led discussions.

We also teamed up with Maker Faire for our After Hoursev... more »

Google I/O #TB : What happened in 2010 (Post 4/10)

When: May 19–20, 2010
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights:  Android, App Engine for Business, Chrome, Enterprise, Geo, Google APIs, Google TV, Social Web, Wave, Web Toolkit

Back in 2010, the web once again got a lot of love on the #io2010 stage. The Chrome Web Store was announced as the open marketplace for web apps. We also announced Google App Engine for businesses and some important updates to the +Google Maps API.

We also played with a new format with the I/O BootCamp: an opportunity for attendees to get a crash course in our major development platforms and tools before they headed into Google I/O. It featured introductory "101" content, hands-on lab sessions, and community-led discussions.

We also teamed up with Maker Faire for our After Hours evening party. Our 4K+ attendees got to preview some of the amazing DIY projects that were showcased at the Maker Faire in San Mateo after I/O.

Watch the keynote for more: https://youtu.be/a46hJYtsP-8!

Visit the #io16 website for the latest on this year’s event: google.com/io.

#TB___

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2016-04-08 21:21:13 (3 comments; 15 reshares; 85 +1s)Open 

This week, Timothy Jordan goes over all the latest updates from the new Google Developers Machine Learning Series to the latest monetization tips.

Have a question? Use #AskDevShow to let us know!

https://goo.gl/TU2d1a

This week, Timothy Jordan goes over all the latest updates from the new Google Developers Machine Learning Series to the latest monetization tips.

Have a question? Use #AskDevShow to let us know!

https://goo.gl/TU2d1a___

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2016-04-08 18:00:03 (1 comments; 15 reshares; 59 +1s)Open 

Creating a serverless ETL nirvana using Google BigQuery

GCP ‪#‎GoogleDevExpert‬ Graham Polley on creating a serverless ETL nirvana using Google BigQuery http://goo.gl/8GzMEg

Creating a serverless ETL nirvana using Google BigQuery

GCP ‪#‎GoogleDevExpert‬ Graham Polley on creating a serverless ETL nirvana using Google BigQuery http://goo.gl/8GzMEg___

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2016-04-08 17:14:21 (2 comments; 13 reshares; 82 +1s)Open 

Google I/O #TB : What happened in 2009 (Post 3/10)

When: May 27–28, 2009
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: AJAX APIs, Android, App Engine, Chrome, Latitude, OpenSocial, Wave, Web Toolkit

In 2009, we announced 18 +Android phones coming that year (up from one in 2008). The web and HTML5 were also featured prominently in the #io2009 keynote  demonstrating the importance and power of the web. And while things seem to be moving at lightening speed -- these are still hot topics today!

Watch the keynote for more: https://youtu.be/S5aJAaGZIvk!

Visit the #io16 website for the latest on this year’s event: google.com/io.

#TB

Google I/O #TB : What happened in 2009 (Post 3/10)

When: May 27–28, 2009
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: AJAX APIs, Android, App Engine, Chrome, Latitude, OpenSocial, Wave, Web Toolkit

In 2009, we announced 18 +Android phones coming that year (up from one in 2008). The web and HTML5 were also featured prominently in the #io2009 keynote  demonstrating the importance and power of the web. And while things seem to be moving at lightening speed -- these are still hot topics today!

Watch the keynote for more: https://youtu.be/S5aJAaGZIvk!

Visit the #io16 website for the latest on this year’s event: google.com/io.

#TB___

2016-04-07 21:35:07 (4 comments; 8 reshares; 108 +1s)Open 

Learn about +Android  N over Coffee with +Laurence Moroney  and +Ian Lake: https://goo.gl/38hCWd

Learn about +Android  N over Coffee with +Laurence Moroney  and +Ian Lake: https://goo.gl/38hCWd___

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2016-04-07 17:36:46 (3 comments; 12 reshares; 179 +1s)Open 

Google I/O  #TB : What happened in 2008 (Post 2/10)

When: May 28–29, 2008
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: App Engine, Android, Bionic libc, Maps API, OpenSocial, Web Toolkit

Back in 2008, we held the first annual Google I/O conference at the Moscone Center, our biggest dev gathering to date. Did you know the name means both “Innovation in the Open” and “Input/Output”? Open source and +Android were key topics on the  #io2008 schedule of nearly 100 technical sessions. The more than 3,000 attendees got a taste (literally!) of our fun culture with 3,500 lbs of assorted snacks like M&Ms and Gummi Bears, plus complimentary on-site massages!

Watch the keynote for more:https://youtu.be/vk1HvP7NO5w.

Visit the  #io16  website for the latest on this year’s event: google.com/io.

#TB

Google I/O  #TB : What happened in 2008 (Post 2/10)

When: May 28–29, 2008
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: App Engine, Android, Bionic libc, Maps API, OpenSocial, Web Toolkit

Back in 2008, we held the first annual Google I/O conference at the Moscone Center, our biggest dev gathering to date. Did you know the name means both “Innovation in the Open” and “Input/Output”? Open source and +Android were key topics on the  #io2008 schedule of nearly 100 technical sessions. The more than 3,000 attendees got a taste (literally!) of our fun culture with 3,500 lbs of assorted snacks like M&Ms and Gummi Bears, plus complimentary on-site massages!

Watch the keynote for more:https://youtu.be/vk1HvP7NO5w.

Visit the  #io16  website for the latest on this year’s event: google.com/io.

#TB___

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2016-04-07 17:33:57 (2 comments; 4 reshares; 103 +1s)Open 

Google I/O #TB: What happened in 2008 (Post 2/10)

When: May 28–29, 2008
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: App Engine, Android, Bionic libc, Maps API, OpenSocial, Web Toolkit

Back in 2008, we held the first annual Google I/O conference at the Moscone Center, our biggest dev gathering to date. Did you know the name means both “Innovation in the Open” and “Input/Output”? Open source and +Android were key topics on the #io2008 schedule of nearly 100 technical sessions. The more than 3,000 attendees got a taste (literally!) of our fun culture with 3,500 lbs of assorted snacks like M&Ms and Gummi Bears, plus complimentary on-site massages!

Watch the keynote for more: https://youtu.be/vk1HvP7NO5w.

Visit the #io16 website for the latest on this year’s event: google.com/io.

#TB

Google I/O #TB: What happened in 2008 (Post 2/10)

When: May 28–29, 2008
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco
Highlights: App Engine, Android, Bionic libc, Maps API, OpenSocial, Web Toolkit

Back in 2008, we held the first annual Google I/O conference at the Moscone Center, our biggest dev gathering to date. Did you know the name means both “Innovation in the Open” and “Input/Output”? Open source and +Android were key topics on the #io2008 schedule of nearly 100 technical sessions. The more than 3,000 attendees got a taste (literally!) of our fun culture with 3,500 lbs of assorted snacks like M&Ms and Gummi Bears, plus complimentary on-site massages!

Watch the keynote for more: https://youtu.be/vk1HvP7NO5w.

Visit the #io16 website for the latest on this year’s event: google.com/io.

#TB___

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2016-04-06 21:28:53 (5 comments; 38 reshares; 335 +1s)Open 

Google I/O #TB : How it all started in 2007 (Post 1/10)

When: May 31, 2007
Where: Beijing, Hamburg, London, Madrid, Moscow, Mountain View, Paris, São Paulo, Sydney, Tokyo
Highlights: Gears, Geo, Mapplets, Web toolkit, YouTube API

Today isn’t Thursday. But we’re still in a #TB mood, so we’ve decided to take you on a tour through memory lane and recap our favorite moments from past I/Os! Lets start from the very beginning...

Back in 2007, we held the first ever Google Developer Day across 10 countries, aiming to bring the dev community worldwide closer together and improve knowledge sharing. Googlers and attendees had great conversations in a fun environment with games and sweet treats on the side. This multi-location developer event was an evolution of the Geo Developer Day in 2006 and inspired the creation of Google I/O a yearlater!... more »

Google I/O #TB : How it all started in 2007 (Post 1/10)

When: May 31, 2007
Where: Beijing, Hamburg, London, Madrid, Moscow, Mountain View, Paris, São Paulo, Sydney, Tokyo
Highlights: Gears, Geo, Mapplets, Web toolkit, YouTube API

Today isn’t Thursday. But we’re still in a #TB mood, so we’ve decided to take you on a tour through memory lane and recap our favorite moments from past I/Os! Lets start from the very beginning...

Back in 2007, we held the first ever Google Developer Day across 10 countries, aiming to bring the dev community worldwide closer together and improve knowledge sharing. Googlers and attendees had great conversations in a fun environment with games and sweet treats on the side. This multi-location developer event was an evolution of the Geo Developer Day in 2006 and inspired the creation of Google I/O a year later!

Visit the #io16 website for the latest on this year’s event: google.com/io

#TB  ___

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2016-04-05 19:05:37 (7 comments; 36 reshares; 149 +1s)Open 

Firebase Hosting is built for speed, security, and easy deployments. Learn how to deploy your app to the web in less than 5 minutes: https://goo.gl/d7vLvd

Firebase Hosting is built for speed, security, and easy deployments. Learn how to deploy your app to the web in less than 5 minutes: https://goo.gl/d7vLvd___

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2016-04-01 21:42:07 (3 comments; 12 reshares; 57 +1s)Open 

This week, Timothy Jordan goes over all the latest Google updates that span from a 360° tour of a Google Data Center to Cloud machine learning. Have a question? Use #AskDevShow to let us know!

This week, Timothy Jordan goes over all the latest Google updates that span from a 360° tour of a Google Data Center to Cloud machine learning. Have a question? Use #AskDevShow to let us know!___

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2016-04-01 16:11:44 (5 comments; 22 reshares; 80 +1s)Open 

Hey, developers! We all know data compression is important, but have you really given it much thought? If not, check out this fantastic new technique on how you can compress nearly any stream of data by up to 90%.

https://goo.gl/RXVOfV

Hey, developers! We all know data compression is important, but have you really given it much thought? If not, check out this fantastic new technique on how you can compress nearly any stream of data by up to 90%.

https://goo.gl/RXVOfV___

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2016-03-31 23:27:33 (0 comments; 18 reshares; 62 +1s)Open 

Understand the basic concepts around the In-App Billing API, what you can and what you can't sell in your app and also the differences between managed products (consumables and non-consumables), subscriptions and promotions.

https://goo.gl/cbKzSW

Understand the basic concepts around the In-App Billing API, what you can and what you can't sell in your app and also the differences between managed products (consumables and non-consumables), subscriptions and promotions.

https://goo.gl/cbKzSW___

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2016-03-31 20:00:02 (0 comments; 20 reshares; 56 +1s)Open 

Learn how to avoid common mistakes when publishing Accelerated Mobile Pages: https://goo.gl/eVXZpi

Learn how to avoid common mistakes when publishing Accelerated Mobile Pages: https://goo.gl/eVXZpi___

2016-03-31 16:01:31 (2 comments; 6 reshares; 42 +1s)Open 

AMP and the Sandbox Policy

What is the newly proposed Sandbox Policy and how does it relate to @AMPhtml? TL;DR: They're complimentary. More: https://goo.gl/j4rmIq

AMP and the Sandbox Policy

What is the newly proposed Sandbox Policy and how does it relate to @AMPhtml? TL;DR: They're complimentary. More: https://goo.gl/j4rmIq___

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2016-03-30 21:30:02 (4 comments; 10 reshares; 66 +1s)Open 

#CoffeeWithAGoogler +Laurence Moroney meets with Joshua Gordon to talk about #MachineLearning and how you can get started with this great technology: https://goo.gl/T05Z7x

#CoffeeWithAGoogler +Laurence Moroney meets with Joshua Gordon to talk about #MachineLearning and how you can get started with this great technology: https://goo.gl/T05Z7x___

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2016-03-30 21:00:04 (1 comments; 32 reshares; 125 +1s)Open 

Getting started with push notifications and service workers

Web Technologies ‪#‎GoogleDevExpert‬ Phil Nash shows us how to get started with push notifications and service workers https://goo.gl/nYk93o

Getting started with push notifications and service workers

Web Technologies ‪#‎GoogleDevExpert‬ Phil Nash shows us how to get started with push notifications and service workers https://goo.gl/nYk93o___

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2016-03-30 20:04:38 (0 comments; 7 reshares; 29 +1s)Open 

Experience pitching to top investors. Enroll in Udacity's Tech Entrepreneur #Nanodegree Program for a chance to win prizes: https://goo.gl/21ngxi

#pitchtank2016

Experience pitching to top investors. Enroll in Udacity's Tech Entrepreneur #Nanodegree Program for a chance to win prizes: https://goo.gl/21ngxi

#pitchtank2016___

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2016-03-30 18:34:06 (4 comments; 71 reshares; 159 +1s)Open 

VR made easy: check out VR view, a new way to make the content on your apps and websites even more immersive → https://goo.gl/sjlGoK

VR made easy: check out VR view, a new way to make the content on your apps and websites even more immersive → https://goo.gl/sjlGoK___

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2016-03-30 17:39:07 (0 comments; 20 reshares; 73 +1s)Open 

New developer show: "Machine Learning: Recipes for New Developers" https://goo.gl/IIDjpg

New developer show: "Machine Learning: Recipes for New Developers" https://goo.gl/IIDjpg___

2016-03-30 15:49:31 (0 comments; 8 reshares; 55 +1s)Open 

Introducing the new native +GoogleCardboard SDK for iOS, so you can create compelling, immersive VR experiences without using a game engine → https://developers.google.com/cardboard/ios/

Introducing the new native +GoogleCardboard SDK for iOS, so you can create compelling, immersive VR experiences without using a game engine → https://developers.google.com/cardboard/ios/___

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2016-03-29 19:20:06 (0 comments; 22 reshares; 87 +1s)Open 

Trying to secure your Firebase Database? Check out the latest #Firecasts to learn the fundamentals of Firebase Security Rules: https://goo.gl/iwfjTo

Trying to secure your Firebase Database? Check out the latest #Firecasts to learn the fundamentals of Firebase Security Rules: https://goo.gl/iwfjTo___

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