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If you will be in Kenya, Nigeria or South Africa in the next month, check out our UX Masterclass workshop series. More details in the post below!

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Our Sub-Saharan Africa User Experience Masterclass series kicks off!
This April, designers from Google User Experience Team  will be visiting Sub-Saharan Africa to conduct hands-on user experience masterclasses in Cape Town, Nairobi and Lagos.

Interested in learning the process of taking an idea from concept to launch, including sketching, user testing and prototyping?

Then visit the event website : http://goo.gl/iWAe2F and apply now.
Applications close on the 4th of April 2015.
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Want to open Google Maps for iOS directly from your app? Read our blog post to learn how you can do it without having to make each of the URLs by hand. 
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Just bin your iOS and buy a propper phone: android :)
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Grab your morning brew (or evening latte) and join +Laurence Moroney and +Scott Jenson for a chat on the #PhysicalWeb . #CoffeewithaGoogler   
 
On this episode of #CoffeewithaGoogler  +Laurence Moroney chats with +Scott Jenson about the Physical Web -- what it is, what it does, and how it can enable cool new mobility scenarios.

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Hi everyone, here's a quick update on the Google Fit Developer Challenge! Thanks for being patient while we review all your awesome apps.

Grand prize winners: We haven't yet chosen or notified the grand prize winners, whose apps will be promoted on Google Play. We expect to announce the winners in April.

Device prizes: We have started notifying all the developers whose apps have won devices from our challenge partners +adidas, +Android, Polar, and +Withings. Please look out for an email in your inbox from the challenge administrators, Marden Kane, and respond to confirm your prizes. We'll let those who haven't won prizes know by email soon too.

Once again, thanks for participating! We'll share more news soon.
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Is it possible that people that entered the contest and didn't won anything have a mail too ? 

It would be lovely that the organisers explain why the people didn't have any price. We entered also to learn and some advice from Google people is always good to have. 

But just a simple mail allow people to know that the contest is over and to stop checking their mail box . ;) 
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Curious about how the I/O 2015 Experiment was built? Check out this case study from the agency Instrument, who in partnership with the Chrome Developer Relations team, used WebGL and Web Audio to create an engaging, delightful Chrome Experiment.  #io15  
My name is Thomas Reynolds. Five years ago, I stumbled across the Google I/O 2011 Experiment, which was an incredibly fun HTML5 Canvas countdown by some little agency in Portland, Oregon. I reached out to Instrument and told them that things like that are exactly what I want to be building every single day. Luckily for me, I got the job and I've been able to spend the last 4 years working on I/O Experiments, including 2012, 2013 and 201...
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Am I missing something re:the gist file? How do we actually access things like "audioManager". I can't find any reference to these variables ever being declared in the source via developer tools for the experiment.
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New name, new events, new courses, new dress - Startup Launch is now Google Developers Launchpad. Check out new resources, like a getting-started Launchpad Online video on Google Analytics for your app (and our new site) at g.co/launchpad

Read more about our recent events, and hear from some of the thousands of startups we’ve helped, in our blog post announcement about the change. http://goo.gl/TvPf3B

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Lots of updates today to the Web Fundamentals site from +Pete LePage, including new content from +Matt Gaunt and +Paul Lewis, a new section highlighting video programming including #Polycasts and #HTTP203 , a brand new Showcase section that includes case studies of great web experiences, and RSS feeds to help you stay up-to-date.
 
I just pushed a big update to Web Fundamentals that includes new content, a new section that highlights our shows, a brand new Showcase section that includes case studies of great web experiences, and RSS feeds so you can stay up to date with all the new content.

New Content
+Matt Gaunt published a primer on Security with HTTPS (http://goo.gl/QCSujZ)
+Paul Lewis added a new section on Rendering Performance (http://goo.gl/g8pzJY)

Shows
You can now stay up to date with all of our shows, including #Polycasts , #HTTP203 , the Chrome Dev Summit, and Udacity courses at https://developers.google.com/web/shows/

Showcase
Curious how we built the Chrome Dev Summit site? The new Showcase section has you covered with deep technical Case Studies.  We also highlight great sites and apps with Spotlights. https://developers.google.com/web/showcase/

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We've also added RSS feeds so that you can stay up to date all the time. Use your favorite feed reader to subscribe!
Everything - https://developers.google.com/web/feed.xml
Shows - https://developers.google.com/web/shows/feed.xml
Web Fundamentals - https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/feed.xml
Showcase - https://developers.google.com/web/showcase/feed.xml

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New  #Route85   episode: How Google does Shadows
Bezier paths! Rasterization! Building shadows with images! Find out from +Todd Kerpelman what kinds of tricks Google uses to add shadows to their iOS applications in the latest episode of Route 85, our show for iOS developers.

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What is the css3 vs code cost in memory or rendering?
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Join the Google Developer Community in Africa
Developers in Africa now have a new community - the Google Developers Africa G+ Community - to connect, share ideas, learn about events, and ask questions of our experts and devs across Africa. g.co/dev/africa.

The community is kicking off with the first monthly Hangout on Air - a livestream event featuring Google Developer Experts +Dale Humby+Johann du Toit+Hiren Patel and +Alex Koller on developing Androids apps with low bandwidth and awesome design.

Wherever you are, join their G+ community at g.co/dev/africa and tune into the show on Tuesday at 5:00PM WAT / 6:00PM SAT / 7:00PM EAT (http://goo.gl/V6UIeE). 
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the community is in Watertown and waterbury Ct and Vermont USA

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Learn how Instrument and Chrome Developer Relations built the sound-based I/O 2015 Experiment with WebGL and Web Audio. #io15  
 
Curious about how the I/O 2015 Experiment was built? Check out this case study from the agency Instrument, who in partnership with the Chrome Developer Relations team, used WebGL and Web Audio to create an engaging, delightful Chrome Experiment.  #io15  
My name is Thomas Reynolds. Five years ago, I stumbled across the Google I/O 2011 Experiment, which was an incredibly fun HTML5 Canvas countdown by some little agency in Portland, Oregon. I reached out to Instrument and told them that things like that are exactly what I want to be building every single day. Luckily for me, I got the job and I've been able to spend the last 4 years working on I/O Experiments, including 2012, 2013 and 201...
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Did you know you can scroll through thousands of items at 60fps using a single +Polymer element? Find out how on today’s episode of #Polycasts  with +Rob Dodson. 
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+Thad Humphries Hey  Thad, the next episode will be a (very) quick intro to 0.8. We have new docs that are rolling out on the Polymer site as well. 0.8 is intended as an alpha release and if you're still learning I would recommend sticking with 0.5.5 for a few weeks while we get all the 0.8 material put together.
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Time for another coffee break! New #CoffeewithaGoogler  with +Laurence Moroney in conversation with Michelle Haq, Product Manager Google Fit Platform.
 
In this episode of #CoffeewithaGoogler +Laurence Moroney chats with Google Fit platform Product Manager Michelle Haq, learning how the platform came about, including virtual pets, how they tested the Fit framework, and a whole lot more!

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