You have the hottest map data since Magellan’s voyage, something that will profoundly change the way the world works, connecting neighbors and communities, alerting the public about environmental dangers and natural disasters, or helping people search the physical world as easily as they search the Web. How do you get people to discover your data and keep coming back to your site? How do you handle all the traffic you’ll be getting once that happens? We will discuss options for publishing your data, from getting it indexed by search engines to publishing it in the cloud.
Keith is a software engineer on Google Maps. He currently leads Google’s “My Maps” team. Keith joined Google in 2005, before which he was a research scientist at NASA Ames Research Center. He has a PhD in computer science from the University of Washington.
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