Posts Tagged: Google I/O

The Video in Which I Demo & Explain Google Wave to the Tuttle Club LA Folk

Fri 06.05.09 – At Tuttle Club LA (really LB) this morning, I demo’d the Google Wave Sandbox to those assembled. Vaughan Risher video’d my demo/spiel. Ernie Hsiung and Kyle Ford were kind enough to be logged into the Wave Sandbox and participate in the three of us producing a Wave to demo to the Tuttle folk. It was fun.
Vaughan wrote the following to accompany the video on Vimeo:

“Jenifer Hanen (@msjen) got to go to the Google IO conference this week! She showed us Google Wave up close and personal. I was literally 2 feet away from a computer that was actually connected to it. Crazy.
People you see in the video – Jenifer Hanen, Jeb Brilliant, Al Pavangkanan, and myself. You’ll also hear the indomitable Geoff Hickman’s voice in the background.”

The best part is the preview has me in classic family photography mode – eyes closed. ;o)

Google I/O 2009, Day 2

Google I/O 2009, Day 2
Photo taken by Ms. Jen with her Nokia N95.

Here is my transcription of two sessions from Day 2, 05.28.09, of the Google I/O 2009. Per my usual, the following is a combination of live quotes from the speaker, notes off the slides, some paraphrase and a few of my own asides.
So far, Brett Slatkin’s Offline Processing on App Engine: A Look Ahead has been my favorite of the day. Lunch conversation with Prashant and Bastian was delightful.

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Google Wave Announced

Google Wave Announced
Photo taken by Ms. Jen with her Nokia N95.

Thur 05.28.09 – Google I/O keynote was Lars Rassmussen, Stephanie Hannon, and Jans Rassmussen giving a demonstration on the new Google Wave that is currently in development and the team is inviting the attendees of Google I/O to participate in developing the product and open source code before public release.

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Google I/O 2009, Day 1

Here is my transcription of two sessions from Day 1, 05.27.09, of the Google I/O 2009. Per my usual, the following is a combination of live quotes from the speaker, notes off the slides, some paraphrase and a few of my own asides.
Chris Nesiadek’s presentation on Android’s Interaction Design was my favorite of the day.

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Google I/O 2009 Rocks!

Google I/O 2009 Rocks!
Photo taken by Ms. Jen with her Nokia N95.

Wed 05.27.09 – Or how Ernie, Ms. Jen, and hundreds, if not a thousand plus of us were given free Android HTC Magic phones today at Google I/0.
Or how Google quite brilliantly insured that hundreds of developers would write Android apps by making sure that they would have testing devices!

Off to Google I/O

Off to Google I/O
Photo taken by Ms. Jen with her Nokia N95.

Wed 05.27.08 – Due to my plane being an hour late, I may miss the first session on how to code for Android. Even if late, I am looking forward to the Google App Engine and Android sessions today and tomorrow.