7:00pm–10:00pm Wednesday, 07/21/2010
Join us at OSCON Android Hands-on, an intense, technical, and structured event led by Google Android experts. Co-presented by Google and O’Reilly, the Hands-on takes place after the Expo Hall reception on Wednesday, July 21 from 7:00-10:00 pm. Space is limited. Separate advance registration is required, and is open only to registered conference attendees and speakers.
2:30pm–3:10pm Wednesday, 07/21/2010
Running one of the worlds largest open source services is hard, but it is something that we at Google believe adds a lot of value. This talk will take you through my journey of working with several open source veterans as we built such a service at Google and the benefit we regularly get from a thriving open source community.
1:30pm–5:00pm Tuesday, 07/20/2010
This hands on tutorial will walk you through the steps of building a Wave robot, from setting up the Python client library through to using the major APIs that Wave provides.
2:30pm–3:10pm Thursday, 07/22/2010
Google Health is an application with an open API, and its long term success depends on the developer community building useful applications that help people achieve their health goals. In this talk, we will describe this model and the role of developers who create specialized solutions - especially mobile ones - for people with specific health needs.
2:30pm–3:10pm Wednesday, 07/21/2010
Got questions about open source and Google? Come and talk with Chris DiBona, Tim Bray, and other Googlers during this free form hour of questions, answers, and general hanging out.
4:30pm–5:10pm Wednesday, 07/21/2010
In this lively discussion we'll give an update on the Google activities over the last year, including an overview of Android, Chrome, ChromeOS, Go and other releases. We will also present a milestone report on the summer of code.
7:00pm–8:00pm Wednesday, 07/21/2010
Moderated by: Ellen Ko
This is an opportunity for Google Summer of Code participants the from the past, present, and future to meet in person and discuss the program. An open question and answer exchange between mentors, students, and future participants is encouraged.
5:20pm–6:00pm Wednesday, 07/21/2010
With the introduction of WebM video, high quality, royalty-free, open-source video is finally a reality. Already natively integrated into the majority of HTML5 web browsers, WebM’s VP8 video codec is drawing tremendous support from content owners, video encoding tool producers, and hardware vendors, and has been discussed as an open video alternative for the HTML5 specification.
8:30am–12:00pm Tuesday, 07/20/2010
Google App Engine is an development & hosting platform that lets you build & deploy web applications on Google's high-traffic infrastructure. You only need to upload your code: no more worrying about machines, storage, scalability! This tutorial introduces attendees to its architecture & various service APIs. In the hands-on lab, you'll build+deploy a real app to the cloud using Python in minutes!
11:50am–12:30pm Friday, 07/23/2010
Make Open Easy is a collection of tools that help developers work on open source code that is embedded in a monolithic (and possibly closed-source) codebase. I describe the motivations, the design process, the tools, the users, and the results.
5:20pm–6:00pm Thursday, 07/22/2010
Check out the progress on the open sourcing of Google Wave along with the state of the federation protocol.
11:30am–12:10pm Wednesday, 07/21/2010
Google App Engine is an development & hosting platform that lets you build & deploy web applications on Google's high-traffic infrastructure. You only need to upload your code: no more worrying about machines, storage, scalability! This session introduces attendees to its architecture & various service APIs. Time-permitting we'll go through a simple example using Python.
9:00am–9:10am Friday, 07/23/2010
In this short, weensy eensy, talk, Chris will give an update on how
open source has changed over the last three years. Is Ruby growing ?
Actionscript? Or is it all PHP all the way down? How's gplv3 doing?
Agpl? MIT? Will the Nasa open source license domainte? Come and find