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See how Google used the cloud platform to build TechStop Info, the platform underlying how Google does IT help and support. Real time updating and editing with information shared across the company, combined with syncing to corporate master data.
by Brendan Kenny and Enoch Lau
Maps were among the first data visualizations, but they can also provide the backdrop for visualizing your own spatial data. In this session, we'll take a voyage through the world of map based data visualization, arming you with the tools you need to most effectively bring your data to life on a map using the Maps API v3.
Android has a sensitive side. In this session, we will call out all the Android sensors: accelerometer, gyroscope, light, and more. We’ll cover best practices for handling sensor data, with special focus on balancing battery life and usability.
by Drew Csillag
This session covers the different ways in which developers can store data when using Google Script. We'll break things down by use case, and then show examples of how to use the different options: spreadsheet, Script/User Properties, JDBC connector, and distribution.
by Michael Fink, Yinnon Haviv and Dani Bacon
From a single chart to elaborate data driven storytelling, Google Chart Tools now provides a crisp and accessible experience based on our new HTML5 gallery. Come and learn how you can use animations, annotations and other visual semantics and to take user-interaction with rich data, to the next level.
by Ryan Boyd
Users like to keep their data in one place on the web where it's easily accessible. Whether it's YouTube videos, Google Drive files, Google contacts or one of many other types of data, users need a way to securely grant applications access to their data. OAuth is the key web standard for delegated data access and OAuth 2.0 is the next-generation version with additional security features. This session will cover the latest advances in how OAuth can be used for data access, but will also dive into how you can lower the barrier to entry for your application by allowing users to login using their Google accounts. You will learn, through an example written in Python, how to use OAuth 2.0 to incorporate user identity into your web application. Best practices for desktop applications, mobile applications and server-to-server use cases will also be discussed.
Since opening its doors to all developers at Google I/O last year, the Google Cloud Storage team has shipped several features that let you use Google Cloud Storage for a variety of advanced use cases. This session will open with a quick introduction to the product, and quickly shift focus to implementing a variety of advanced applications using new features in Google Cloud Storage.
27th–29th June 2012