Thursday, September 02, 2010

Google Developer Day 2010 Agenda: Android, Chrome & HTML5 and Cloud Platform

We are now ready to share the Google Developer Day agendas for Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Munich, Moscow and Prague. We have so much technical content to share but alas, Developer Day is a one-day event. There may still be changes to the agenda, but here is a sneak peek at where we are.

Globally, we will feature three major tracks:
  • Android - With the continued momentum and growth of the platform, we would like to continue the conversation with you at Developer Day. We will feature sessions on Android performance, mobile user experience and best practices on building apps, and we will also deep dive on a new feature, Cloud to Device Messaging (C2DM).

  • Chrome & HTML5 - We will discuss how to build an app for the Chrome Web Store and how to improve its development and performance. We’ll show which aspects of HTML5, Chrome Developer Tools and Native Client can be most useful to you. Finally, we will cover everything auth-related to show you when and where to use various authentication tools and how they integrate with our APIs and products.

  • Cloud Platform - Building off of our series of announcements at Google I/O, we will feature sessions on App Engine, App Engine for Business, Spring integration, Google Web Toolkit, Google Storage for Developers, BigQuery and Prediction API. Be prepared for code samples, how to optimize performance and a glimpse into what else is on our roadmap.
We are happy to announce that Eric Tholome, Product Management Director for Developer Products, will be a keynote speaker in Sao Paulo, Munich, Moscow and Prague. In addition, we are happy to invite as our second keynote speaker:
  • Sao Paulo, Brazil - Mario Queiroz, VP Product Management

  • Munich, Germany - Dr. Wieland Holfelder, Engineering Director

  • Moscow, Russia - Dr. Gene Sokolov, Head of Moscow Engineering
Due to the success of the Venture Capital sessions at Google I/O and the growing VC activity in our global markets, a new addition this year is Venture Capital panels at most of our Developer Days. Come hear from your local VCs on what they look for in startups.

The Sao Paulo and Moscow keynote presentations will have live translation, and for sessions, check the FAQ section of your Developer Day site. We will have savvy gurus available to answer your questions during Office Hours, and you will have a chance to meet Googlers and each other over Happy Hour.

Registration will open on September 15th for Sao Paulo and on September 22nd for Munich, Moscow and Prague. Tokyo’s registration is now closed.

In the meanwhile, please follow us on this blog and on Twitter to keep up-to-date with the latest news on Google Developer Day and other development topics: @googledevjp (Japan), @googledevbr (Brazil) and @gddru (Russia).

Hashtags: #gdd2010jp, #gddbr, #gddde, #gddru, #gddcz


  1. Any chance of this making it to Australia?

  2. Anything in the works for the UK?

  3. I belive India will best suit for this

  4. Try in India....though you'll get a huge crowd no matter where you go...You'll definitely find some off the track ideas from India. :)

  5. you said "There may still be changes to the agenda".....please make an agenda for India also .. :)

  6. India will be good idea...Try it in India

  7. DevFest mentions an event in Madrid on the 23rd here:

    It's been on the "Coming soon" status for a while! Is this event still on?

  8. What about Mexico, we are ready...

  9. Asi es acá también estamos listo "Perú Presente"... jeje.

    Para el prox. evento acá en Lima - Perú Saludos.

  10. Para agregar algo más me parece estupendo que sigan haciendo eventos así como el de ahora presente.

    Saludos de Lima - Perú

  11. Google. Our people in indonesia is the biggest Googlers. Why never visit our country and discussing web standard? We always wanna meet and disccuss with Google directly in our country Indonesia. Would Google like come in indonesia, please?

  12. India is no less than any other place in software development.

  13. Hey guys and gals, if theres no Developer Day happening in your area don't fret. You can always learn and network with local developers on the latest happenings by participating in the Google Technology User Group in your home towns. We are an independent user group whose events such as technical presentatioms, lightning talks, hackathons are normally complimentary. We are in 52 countries with 140 groups worldwide so there's bound to be one close by.. See for details or if you're in Melbourne, Australia visit .. hope that helps!

  14. 1. IN: Sorry, we've already done India this year...
    2010 Feb 27 Hyderabad
    2010 Mar 3 Pune

    2. US: the event in America is called Google I/O: see
    2010 May 19-20

    3. Asia
    - ID: we're coming to Jakarta in Oct
    - MY: sorry, we already hit KL this year
    2010 Jul 16

    4. Europe:
    - ES: people have booked plane tickets, so Spain should be happening
    - DE: coming to Munich in Nov
    - CZ: coming to Prague in Nov
    - RU: coming to Moscow in Nov

    if your country isn't listed here, find the closest location!

    5. Latin America:
    - BR: coming to São Paulo in Oct
    - AR: coming to Buenos Aires in Nov
    - CL: possibly coming to Santiago in Nov

    6. AU: how did you miss the entire week we did in Sydney?!?
    2010 Jun 28-Jul 2

  15. You guys should come to Mexico