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Vic Gundotra will participate in a fireside chat with Guy Kawasaki to discuss the Google+ project. Vic will share how the product has grown since the initial launch, some of the lessons learned and the challenges the Google+ team faced along the way.
The landscape of real-time communication has evolved with the introduction of Google+ Hangouts. And with Hangout Apps, Social Apps are evolving too. Hangout apps are a fun and new way to play games, collaborate face-to-face, or connect with family and friends in real-time in new and interesting ways. Come see what makes a Hangout Apps so exciting.
Come participate in these free, interactive programming classes. Roll up your sleeves and get waist-deep in code. Whether you’re learning a new platform or are a seasoned hacker, these hands-on sessions will help you apply your knowledge.
In the Google+ Code Lab, learn what it takes to integrate Google+ APIs into your project and build Apps for Google+ Hangouts. Work directly with our Google+ platform team to go from the API fundamentals to launching real apps. This hands-on code lab will cover the available APIs, build tools and SDKs and have you build working API and Hangout App projects. All you need is a Google+ account and a computer to get involved. This is a free code lab and available on a first come first serve basis due to limited space.
by Keri Kandel
Google+ launched user profiles in June last year and Pages for businesses in November. With 90M users and 1M Pages as of mid-January, this platform is growing strong. Whether you are a newbie thinking about joining Google+ or an early adopter with some best practices to share, come join the discussion and learn from each other on how to get the most of your page or profile. A few questions to get things started: What are best practices for businesses and professionals to get followers to their pages? How do you use Google+ differently than other social platforms? What content works best on Google+? What are the best practices for hosting a Hangout?
9th–13th March 2012