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If you’re interested in details about what’s going on at I/O 2015 (google.com/io) but you won’t be at the show in-person, we’ve got you covered with the fourth annual #io15request program. On May 28-29, you can send your requests to our team about anything related to Google I/O 2015 and we'll do our best to get your questions answered live from Moscone. Even if it requires moonwalking (http://goo.gl/8UVlMH)!
How does it work?
-- To put in a request during I/O (May 28-29), all you need to do is create a public Google+ or Twitter post from your profile using the hashtag #io15request. We’ll only be able to reply to requests written in English, French and German.
-- Our team of Google Community Managers will track down answers to your requests, mentioning you in the post so you don’t miss it.
-- If you’re curious to see what others are requesting, follow our Google+ Collection (https://goo.gl/A6NAxo) (where we’ll be collecting all responses posted on Google+) or search for #io15request on either Google+ or Twitter.
This year we have 15 members of the Google Community Manager Team standing by to fulfill your requests on a variety of products and languages:
-- Android: &
-- Google Cast:
-- Docs and Drive:
-- Gmail: &
-- Google Play:
-- Hangouts: +Chris Wong
-- Maps: &
Note that we’ll only be replying to requests about and related to this year's I/O posted between May 28 and 29, 2015 - so please wait until I/O begins to start sending in your questions.
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Browser based rhythm sequencer running Web MIDI API, Web Components / Polymer along with eVocaloid (hardware). This video is using Web MIDI Browser on iPad.
x-webmidi element: https://github.com/ryoyakawai/x-webmidi
Web MIDI Browser: http://www.taktech.org/takm/WebMIDIBrowser/Web_MIDI_Browser.html
- Naperville North High School1984 - 1988
- University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)Computer Science (Engineering), 1988 - 1992
Co-author of NCSA Mosaic for Windows v 1.0. IE guy for over a decade. Open standards advocate. Ex-Microsoftie. Googler. Study in contradictions.
I am currently a Developer Advocate at Google Inc.
I began working on the Internet in 1991 when I joined NCSA, working on the PC version of NCSA Telnet. I started working on web browsers in 1993 when I co-authored the original Windows version of NCSA Mosaic, the first mass-market WWW browser. After leaving NCSA in 1994 and spending a year working on the AIRMosaic web browser for SPRY, Inc., I joined Microsoft's Internet Explorer team as a developer in 1995.
In September of 2010, I left Microsoft and joined Google’s Developer Relations team, and worked on Google TV through the end of 2011. I now work on the Open Web Platform in the Chrome team, and in 2013 I relocated from Seattle to San Jose, CA.
In my free time, I take pictures, go hiking with my wife and two young daughters, work on our house and scuba dive.
- Web platform advocate and developer, 2011 - present
- NCSA1991 - 1994
- SPRY, Inc.1994 - 1995
- Microsoft1995 - 2010