Latest from Google #3 – YouTube Tech Talk playlist, tweets in search, Google Tone + more

Part three of the Last Week at Google series, this time delivered from the headquarter in Mountain View, California.

All Google Tech Talk Meetup videos

I’ve gone through, edited and uploaded all the videos from the Google Tech Talk Meetups we’ve had in Stockholm so far, and created a YouTube playlist with all of the talks.

The ones we’ve had are:

Let’s talk about time with Patrik Fältström

Google Cardboard with Shanee Nishry

Project Tango & Gaming with Noah Falstein

Google BigQuery introduction by Jordan Tigani

Software Memories and Simulated Machines with William Louth

Meeting with Spotify

The Developer Relations team at Spotify reached out and wanted to talk about thoughts, perspective and input on doing Developer Relations. We had a long good meeting & chat about it, what works, what doesn’t, personality style, being resposive and much more.

Always great to exchange ideas and views with smart people!

Epicenter & IBM’s talk on Watson

Epicenter, one of the main coworking spaces/hubs in Stockholm, hosted a lunch talk about IBM’s Watson, meant to be about the future and possibilities. Really interesting topic, but unfortunately the speakers/the talk left some to be desired. That said, looking forward to see how this evolves!

IBM Watson talk at Epicenter

Travel to San Francisco

I traveled to San Francisco to attend the GDG (Google Developer Group) Summit, Google I/O and more. If you can’t make it there, I recommend attending an I/O Extended event!

Got a nice view of Greenland flying over to the US as well!

Flying over Greenland

Twitter Open party

Once I had arrived in San Francisco, I went directly to meet a friend at Twitter and attended the Twitter Open party, discussing and raising awareness around LGBTQA. Been good to see both Google’s and Twiter’s interest in this area.

Twitter Open party

Google News

Here’s some other quick news from the world of Google:

Quick news

Don’t miss Google I/O

Finally, don’t miss Google I/O. If you aren’t on site or at an I/O Extended event, make sure to follow the livestream.

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