As you may know, tomorrow (May 31st 2007) Google will hold a developer day in different locations around the world. If you can’t make it, you can watch the developer day webcasts for Mountain View and London – and if you do make it, please add your photos and other impressions in the forum thread.
According to a Google press release, the webcasts will include:
- The Mountain View keynote by vice-president of engineering Jeff Huber (10:00 a.m. PDT)
- The London keynote by open source programs manager Chris DiBona and geospatial technologist Ed Parsons (4:00 a.m. PDT)
- Presentations by Google director of research Peter Norvig on artificial intelligence; Google technical director Mark Lucovsky on Google’s AJAX APIs; Google tech lead Adam Sah on distributing applications with Google universal gadgets; and Google Web Toolkit co-creators Bruce Johnson and Joel Webber on building AJAX user interfaces in Java.
And these are the webcast locations:
I wonder if any of the new technologies released yesterday – Street View and Mapplets – will also be covered in the different sessions, though there seems to be no hint in the session descriptions so far.
[Thanks Anthony H.!]
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