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In the latest episode of #CoffeeWithAGoogler, +Laurence Moroney meets with +Francesc Campoy Flores to talk about #Go, and what’s latest in the cool, easy to understand language, and how it can be used in lots of scenarios, including building #Android apps! 
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Curious about what theme +Addy Osmani uses? Here's your answer in this mini tip for your weekend.

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Fun Propulsion Labs @ Google has a new release, updating their previous game #PieNoon to work with #Cardboard . 
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Monetize your app with AdMob

Making any money on your app? On your game? In this comprehensive Launchpad Online mini-series, we’d like to introduce you to Google’s monetization and ads solutions specifically for app developers. 

If you’re experienced with monetizing your app, this playlist can get you up to speed on mediation, new native ads and audience targeting in AdMob, our mobile monetization platform. If you’re just getting started, get an overview of the business models (in-app purchases or serving ads in your app) and technologies available to help you build a business. And here’s a little something for everyone: how Google Analytics integration can help boost your mobile app revenue. https://goo.gl/QqMmrO 

Still want more? Tune in next week to the livestream of our I/O Engage and Earn for sessions like “Smarter monetization with AdMob and Analytics”: https://goo.gl/mQTJl3

The Launchpad Online series is a set of videos geared to get you, your idea, your startup, or your enterprise onboard building with Google tools and APIs. See the full playlist at https://goo.gl/igYtlo

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Teacher Insights for Impactful Education Apps

Classroom technology is revolutionizing the way that students learn and Android developers are playing a key role in this shift.  But what, exactly, makes an app one that teachers and students want to use over and over?  To answer this, we went sourced insights from seasoned educators and are bringing this knowledge straight to Android developers with our new video series, Tech Tips from Teachers.

Tech Tips from Teachers is a video series that brings classroom insights directly from educators to Android developers.  See the full playlist of Tech Tips from Teachers at https://goo.gl/SMN2WM.

Google Play for Education simplifies discovery of educational apps and enables developers to reach K-12 educators in the US and UK. It offers bulk purchasing with purchase orders and instant distribution of educational apps, videos, and other educational content to students' Android tablets via the cloud. As a developer, Google Play for Education helps your apps gain visibility with the right audiences, without having to knock on school doors.

Curious to learn more about Google Play for Education?: https://goo.gl/JQYwYp  Check out our EDU Developer site: http://goo.gl/itupl7 and an overview of the store: https://goo.gl/AqAUtp

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Wondering what you’ll get from #ATAP at Google IO? A little badass. Beautiful. Tech and human. Work and love. ATAP.

Optimized for speed. Because we are, well, impatient. And someone should be. The engines on Project Ara are revved. We’re on the road to Puerto Rico. Creating the hardware equivalent of the software app ecosystem sometimes feels a little Dakar Rally, sometimes a little Le Mans. Fast. Difficult. Worth it. Speaking of fast… We’ll debut our newest Spotlight Story ‘Fast-and-Furious’ style. Justin Lin’s live action short goes live at I/O. In full 360 with 3D soundsphere. Whaaaat? Exactly. And wearables that we hope will blow your socks off. (We mean this more literally than you might think…) Our goal: break the tension between the ever-shrinking screen sizes necessary to make electronics wearable and our ability to have rich interactions with them. Why can’t you have both? We like to build new things. Sometimes seemingly impossible things. We can build them faster together.

See you at the #ATAPGarage and check out our Session on May 29th @ 9AM. 

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Optimized for speed. Because we are, well, impatient. And someone should be. The engines on Project Ara are revved. We’re on the road to Puerto Rico. Creating the hardware equivalent of the software app ecosystem sometimes feels a little Dakar Rally, sometimes a little Le Mans. Fast. Difficult. Worth it. Speaking of fast… We’ll debut our newest Spotlight Story ‘Fast-and-Furious’ style. Justin Lin’s live action short goes live at I/O. In f...
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+Google Developers​ you have to have 1 more registration code lying around somewhere! Did you check between the cushions? I'm gonna go ahead and book my flight. Thanks in advance!
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Deadline to register your I/O Extended event: May 25

If you want your 2015 Extended event to be featured on the I/O globe (https://goo.gl/cef8xB), make sure to register your event by next Monday, May 25. We will not be accepting any new submissions after that date. 

Links to register your event:
-- If YOU'RE NOT a Google Developer Group (GDG): http://goo.gl/qPI7nG.
-- If YOU ARE a Google Developer Group: developers.google.com/events (make sure to use the "I/O Extended" tag). 
Your event info will be manually reviewed and featured on the I/O website by May 26.

If you’re looking to attend I/O Extended, we have 475+ events in 90+ countries featured on the I/O Extended globe. Several countries including Brazil, Cameroon, China, France, Germany, Italy, Uganda, UK and Ukraine will be hosting more than 10 events, while the record (so far!) goes to the US (54 events), Nigeria (30) and India (29)! This wouldn’t be possible without our local hero hosts who help us grow the I/O Extended program year-over-year, bringing together more and more developers from every corner of the world. Thank you!

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Google I/O 2015 brings together developers for an immersive, two-day experience focused on exploring the next generation of technology, mobile and beyond. Join us online or in person May 28-29, 2015. #io15
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Submit your #io15request  on Twitter or Google+ to learn about what's going on at #io15.
 
Use #io15request to ask us anything you’d like to know about I/O 2015

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. 

The team 
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:

English requests:
-- Android: +Orrin Hancock & +Paul Wilcox  
-- Chrome: +Kameron Kitajima 
-- Google Cast: +Jacky Hayward 
-- ChromeOS: +Todd Zabel 
-- Docs and Drive: +Arille Jeriza Virrey 
-- Gmail: +Andy Bravo & +Jordan Esparza 
-- Google+: +Justine Rivero 
-- Google Play: +Amanda Brodman 
-- Hangouts: +Chris Wong
-- Maps: +Abby DeBellis & +Alice Justman 

French requests:
-- +Jade Bessiere  

German requests:
-- +Moritz Tolxdorff

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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O hai #io13   #request -ers! Check out +Divya Vishwanath, +Melissa Daniels, and me moonwalking in front of this year's +Google Chrome booth. +Joshua… - Jacky Hayward - Google+
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Submit your #io15request  on Twitter or Google+ to learn about what's going on at #io15  
 
Use #io15request to ask us anything you’d like to know about I/O 2015

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. 

The team 
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:

English requests:
-- Android: +Orrin Hancock & +Paul Wilcox  
-- Chrome: +Kameron Kitajima 
-- Google Cast: +Jacky Hayward 
-- ChromeOS: +Todd Zabel 
-- Docs and Drive: +Arille Jeriza Virrey 
-- Gmail: +Andy Bravo & +Jordan Esparza 
-- Google+: +Justine Rivero 
-- Google Play: +Amanda Brodman 
-- Hangouts: +Chris Wong
-- Maps: +Abby DeBellis & +Alice Justman 

French requests:
-- +Jade Bessiere  

German requests:
-- +Moritz Tolxdorff

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.

#io15request #io15
O hai #io13   #request -ers! Check out +Divya Vishwanath, +Melissa Daniels, and me moonwalking in front of this year's +Google Chrome booth. +Joshua… - Jacky Hayward - Google+
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Chrome 43 includes Cut and Copy, changes to DOM attributes & WebMIDI. +Pete LePage will tell you how you can use these features to create magical moments for your users!

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Thank you! But please add an option to not load all tabs upon session restore when Chrome is launched!
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Deadline to register your I/O Extended event: May 25

If you want your 2015 Extended event to be featured on the I/O globe (https://goo.gl/cef8xB), make sure to register your event by next Monday, May 25. We will not be accepting any new submissions after that date. 

Links to register your event:
-- If YOU'RE NOT a Google Developer Group (GDG): http://goo.gl/qPI7nG.
-- If YOU ARE a Google Developer Group: developers.google.com/events (make sure to use the "I/O Extended" tag). 
Your event info will be manually reviewed and featured on the I/O website by May 26.

If you’re looking to attend I/O Extended, we have 475+ events in 90+ countries featured on the I/O Extended globe. Several countries including Brazil, Cameroon, China, France, Germany, Italy, Uganda, UK and Ukraine will be hosting more than 10 events, while the record (so far!) goes to the US (54 events), Nigeria (30) and India (29)! This wouldn’t be possible without our local hero hosts who help us grow the I/O Extended program year-over-year, bringing together more and more developers from every corner of the world. Thank you!

#io15   #io15extended  
Google I/O 2015 brings together developers for an immersive, two-day experience focused on exploring the next generation of technology, mobile and beyond. Join us online or in person May 28-29, 2015. #io15
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Check the specific I/O Extended event that you want to attend. Most of these have separate registrations (and might not accept walk-ins)
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