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Baris Yesugey
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If you missed our #Leadership Q&A with +Namely, you can watch it in full below. What was your favorite takeaway from our interview? 

#SmallBusiness   #NationalBossDay  

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Foxes, deer and rabbits, oh my! See what appears when you tap the Mysterious Forest #AndroidWear  watch face. #WeekendWear https://goo.gl/dARjZ5
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Ve sonunda DevFest Istanbul 2015 CFP acildi! 
Gecen yil  cok yogun bir o kadar da eglenceli gecen DevFest sonrasi yok bi daha DevFest yapmayiz diyen pehlivanlar 2015 icin kollari sivadi! 
Bu etkinlikte konusmaci  olarak yer almalisiniz! 
http://devfesttr.com/
#gdg   #devfest   #istanbul  #2015 #CFP  
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App Indexing is now compatible with HTTP deep link standards for iOS 9 which means that you can start getting your app content into the Search results page on Safari in iOS, simply by adding Universal Links to your iOS app, then integrating with our SDK!
Getting your app content found on Google just got easier. App Indexing is now compatible with HTTP deep link standards for iOS 9, as it has been on Android from the beginning. That means that you can start getting your app content into the Search results page on Safari in iOS, simply by adding Universal Links to your iOS app, then integrating with our SDK. With this improvement, we will no longer support new integrations on iOS 7 and iOS 8. Users will start seeing your app content in Safari on iOS at the end of October.

And, of course, on Android, you can still get your content into the Search results page, autocompletions, and Now on Tap by adding HTTP deep links and integrating with the App Indexing API.

To learn about getting your app content found on Google Search, visit g.co/AppIndexing. And to learn more about leveraging Search to increase engagement with your content, both in apps and on the web, visit g.co/DeveloperSearch.
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Rachel Potvin estimates that the software needed to run all of Google’s Internet services spans some 2 billion lines of code. By comparison Microsoft’s Windows operating system is likely in the realm of 50 million.
2 billion lines of code, 25,000 engineers, and a single repository dedicated to building what’s next: http://goo.gl/W5dzFS via +WIRED
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19 Eylül gününü not alın, #Intel ve #Android hakkında güzel bir etkinlik bizleri bekliyor. Kaydolmayı unutmayın

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For our Next events, we made it our mission to capture (and render) a 180-degree, frozen-in-time video using mobile tech and Google Cloud. Find out how we created a new kind of photo booth using +Firebase and 19 Android phones: http://goo.gl/Er43EM
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