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In this week's Totally Tooling Tips, +Matt Gaunt and I look at our command-line setups and enjoy the 'say' command a little too much.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hEMc2aCL6r8

Some show links:
- The 'say' command: http://www.tekrevue.com/tip/make-your-mac-talk-say-command/
- Dotfiles on GitHub: http://dotfiles.github.io/
- clone command: https://github.com/addyosm…/dotfiles/blob/master/.functions…
- iTerm2: https://www.iterm2.com/
- Seti UI for iTerm2: https://github.com/mbadolato/iTerm2-Color-Schemes#seti
- For Windows users, see: http://gooseberrycreative.com/cmder/
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A short slide deck covering the June Monthly Meeting Polymer 1.0 discussion is available here: https://goo.gl/KWFqnz

If you have a custom element you'd like to promote please let us know.
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Nice job tonight Luke. It was a good group and great discussion.

I went ahead and put my zen-moment element on GitHub.
https://github.com/kylebuch8/zen-moment
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This month we'll be joining up with +Triangle JavaScript to look at +Firebase. Make sure to RSVP on the TriangleJS event as capacity is limited. Go here to RSVP: http://www.meetup.com/Triangle-JavaScript/events/223295288/

We'll try to get a live stream of the presentation going also, so check back here or the event page for updates. 

"Adding real-time collaboration to applications can be tedious and laborious. But, backend-as-a-service provider Firebase makes it easy! Triangle JavaScript founder Lucas Myers will be joining us this month to dive into Firebase's real-time data API. We'll build a simple notes app and leverage Firebase and Angularfire to wire up 3-way databinding for real-time collaborative editing."
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+Nagesh Lakinepally since TriangleJS is hosting, everyone needs to join their Meetup group at least for this event (although I would recommend keeping an eye on them as they do some great meetings) and RSVP through the meetup event that they have set up. 
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Sharing this to reach a broader range of developers. I am interested in finding out more about the awareness and adoption of this tool amongst developers.
 
I had the chance to attend a pre-I/O party that Intel put on, and was made aware of their XDK product, which looks like it might be pretty great for cross-platform development. My question is: Have you used Intel's XDK?
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In case you missed Sebastian Thrun's talk at Google I/O, see what he has to say about Udacity's mission to democratize education.
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Create offline-first Polymer apps without writing a single line of JavaScript. Find out how on today’s episode of #Polycasts with +Rob Dodson https://goo.gl/86cvQq
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We’re hard at work building the Google Fiber network in the Triangle. Here's a look at what we're up to:
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Just a reminder for those interested in participating in a hack-at-home event and discussion with some of the Android Googlers. Here is the official event.

https://plus.google.com/events/cn2mln1obrhkuhsfin8sobmi0m4?hl=en-US&e=-RedirectToSandbox
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Meet Project Jacquard, the ATAP project that’s developed an interactive woven textile -- a  textile capable of registering touch and sending signals back to a computing device.  It incorporates a new conductive yarn (one with 100x the conductivity of previous conductive yarns!), uses materials from silk to wool, and has all the physical properties necessary to be woven into textiles using standard manufacturing processes. 

But that was just the beginning. The resulting fabric had to be attached to electronics and apparel designers needed to be able to make complete garments using their standard practices. Using 3D weaving techniques, the team create d an interactive touch panel of these conductive yarns by preserving access and orientation to allow the use of standard electrical connectors. Once integrated into fabric along with a small battery, the connectors can be hooked up to circuits as small as a button on a jacket. Touch that’s registered on the fabric can be sent wirelessly to a computing device, like a phone or tablet. Watch Ivan Poupyrev, Technical Project Lead, talk about the project at I/O here: https://youtu.be/mpbWQbkl8_g?t=23m7s 

ATAP will partner with apparel designers to advance the technology—their first official partner is +Levi's® which intends to bring a product to market. The ultimate goal is to deliver a platform for developers and the apparel industry that enables digital interactivity in clothing—and maybe other applications down the line.

Interested in learning more and getting involved? Sign up at g.co/projectjacquard or email us directly at projectjacquard@google.com.#ATAP #ProjectJacquard 
This is possible thanks to new conductive yarns, created in collaboration with our industrial partners. Jacquard yarn structures combine thin, metallic alloys with natural and synthetic yarns like cotton, polyester, or silk, making the yarn strong enough to be woven on any industrial loom.
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We're breaking the third-Tuesday schedule this month, but the wait should be worth it. We will also attempt to have a livestream setup to record the session.

Polymer 1.0 is production-ready, so the only question to ask now is, "What will you build?"

There is already a great library of elements that Google has written for this version of Polymer, so we'll take a look at some of the existing components, examine the Polymer Starter Kit, and then dive in and create some of our own. If you haven't had a chance to take in Google I/O videos yet, give this session a view to get the "Polymer Keynote": https://youtu.be/fD2As5RmM8Q
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Slides loosely based on the content from the June Monthly meeting can be obtained here: https://goo.gl/KWFqnz
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There are a number of great codelabs available on a variety of Google developer technologies. These are the same self-driven ones from I/O. Take a look: http://io2015codelabs.appspot.com/
Google Codelabs for developers staying on the cutting edge.
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