Google Developer Days in Italia!

Non affrettatevi per l’iscrizione. La data annunciata è il 21 Ottobre, quindi c’è ancora un po’ di tempo.

Però se non vi volete perdere un evento estremamente interessante, vi consiglio di mettere almeno un promemoria in agenda.

Tanto per capire quello che non vi potete perdere, provate a dare un’occhiata ai materiali rilasciati dopo le sessioni diYokohama, Pechino e Taipei.

Yokohama, June 10
Shortly after Google I/O, we kicked off our 2008 Google Developer Days. The first stop was Yokohama, Japan. Andy Rubin and Takuya Oikawa started the day before 1100 developers, highlighting the Android user interface, the Earth API’s 3D graphics, and announcing Japan’s new Google Developer API Expert program. Videos and sessions are now available.

Beijing, June 12
Two days later, Marissa Mayer and Kai-Fu Lee opened Developer Day in Beijing for more than 2,000 developers, highlighting the effort between Google and local developer communities to collectively make the web better as a platform. Notably, we welcomed several new Chinese networks to the OpenSocial community, including,,,,,, and These networks join a few others that have already launched in China, including and, as well as, which has shipped a sandbox for developers. Beijing videos and sessions are here.

Taipei, June 14
Next on the schedule was Taipei’s first Google Developer Day, with 900 developers. In the developer showcase, we invited three developers to demonstrate web applications they’d built using Google APIs: Wei-chih Chiang, a student of Yi Shou University and his Photo Note site, Jun-Chieh Huang, founder of ischool, a website that integrates Google services for elementary and high schools in Taiwan, and FunP, a social website integrating OpenSocial features. Here are the Taipei videos and sessions.

Dopo la pausa estiva si ricomincia, partendo dall’Inghilterra, per arrivare alla Russia, passando fortunatamente anche per l’Italia!

  • September 16 – London, England
  • September 18 – Paris, France
  • September 23 – Munich, Germany
  • September 25 – Madrid, Spain
  • October 11 – Bangalore, India
  • October 21 – Milan, Italy
  • October 24 – Prague, Czech Republic
  • October 28 – Moscow, Russia

[via Official Google Blog]