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Google Our GeoSpatial Cloud: Hands on with the Google Maps Data API

Location: Ballroom VI Level: Novice
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 3 ratings)

The Google Maps Data API allows you to programmatically upload your
data to Google’s geo cloud storage. A Google Data API< the Maps Data
API allows you to interact with it directly from your application.
Since being released last year, we’ve added some great new
functionality. And you’re going to learn how to use it! Bring your
laptop and your gmail account, and be ready to code.

  • Sponsored by Google
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Mano Marks

Google, Inc.

Mano joined Google’s Geo API team in 2006. He helps people all over
the world develop and deploy their content in KML and Google Maps,
working with large companies, small startups, and international aid
organizations. Before coming to Google, Mano had an eclectic career
that involved getting a Masters in History, a Masters in Information
Management and Systems, and working as a data manager in social service and public benefit organizations for over a decade.

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Ossama Alami

Google

Ossama Alami manages the Geo Developer Relations team at Google. He has been supporting Google’s Geospatial APIs as a Developer Advocate, helping developers build applications around products like the Google Maps API and the Google Earth API. Prior to joining Google, he has worked as a consultant, architect and engineer at Accenture, CSC and Oracle. He calls San Francisco, CA home and in the winter can be found snowboarding in the Sierras.