Wednesday, April 11th, 2007

Google Developer Day: Worldwide event on May 31st, 2007

Category: Conferences

Google has announced a worldwide event, Google Developer Day 2007.

There will be some good Ajax content around the various Google APIs and services (GWT, GData APIs, Gadgets, etc), but best of all, you will be able to mingle with other users and Google developers themselves. If you want to bug the guys who built Google Maps, just hunt them down :).

Google Developer Day will take place at Google offices and offsite locations in Mountain View, Sao Paulo, Madrid, London, Paris, Hamburg, Moscow, Beijing, Tokyo and Sydney. The proceedings will begin in Sydney on May 31, 9 a.m. AEST and end 27 hours later in Mountain View on May 31, 7 p.m. PDT.

Google engineers and product experts at each location will lead sessions in topic areas such as, “Developing with Geo: Google Maps, Google Earth and SketchUp,” “Tools for Better Web Development: The Google Web Toolkit, Open Source and Other Developer Initiatives” and “Mashups and More: AJAX, Google Gadgets and the Google Data APIs.”

Confirmed presenters include:

  • Guido Van Rossum, Google software engineer and creator of the Python programming language (Beijing)
  • Chris DiBona, Google open source programs manager (London)
  • Mark Stahl, Google data APIs tech lead (Madrid)
  • Bruce Johnson and Joel Webber, co-creators of the Google Web Toolkit (Mountain View)
  • Bret Taylor, group product manager for Google developer products (Mountain View)
  • Lars Rasmussen, Google Maps senior engineer (Sydney)
  • Greg Stein, Google engineering manager and chairman of the Apache Software Foundation (Tokyo).

Posted by Dion Almaer at 11:14 am

3.9 rating from 28 votes


Comments feed TrackBack URI

It is too far away to BeiJing. We are interested in how then process large data. — A web data extraction company.

Comment by Danny — April 12, 2007

thats good for all the programmers like us

Comment by Ritesh Kumar Srivastava — April 13, 2007

I wish we have the developers day in India at least next year!

Comment by Chandra — April 14, 2007

Leave a comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.