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Google is open sourcing gRPC, a new library focused on efficiency and innovation in data transport across all platforms.
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Running App Engine? We've just announced a free service to do regular security scans of your site. I recommend enabling it immediately.
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+EAT24's posts always make me smile.
 
Now seems like a good time to remind you about...

COOKIES.

That is all.

Bye <3
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Google I/O dates announced! May 28 & 29, 2015
 
Excited to announce that our official dates for Google I/O in San Francisco are May 28 & 29, 2015. Whether you’re able to join us in person, online via I/O Live or at an I/O Extended event in your local community, we’re looking forwarding to connecting with the global +Google Developers community to share what we’re working on next. 

More details to come over the coming weeks; be sure to check https://events.google.com/io2015/ for the latest.
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.
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TIL that React comes with a rather unpleasant patent clause. I'm not a lawyer but here's one explanation of what the patent claim means: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=8901357
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This does however, appear to cover all of their software. Cassandra?
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I just used Trained to Thrill (#serviceworkers demo /by +Jake Archibald​) in airplane mode on my N6. And I hit refresh. WE ARE LIVING IN THE FUTURE. #offline #mobileweb

P.S. trains are surprisingly interesting.
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In a recent meeting someone asked, "how do you decide if it makes sense to release an API externally or keep it internal." I made the case that's it comes down to use cases. You should definitely consider opening up your API if you can identify 5 meaningful types of integrations, 50 US partners and 500 globally. If you or one partner are the only use case, then don't.

That's based off my experience, even considering low user but highly profitable APIs. What do you think?
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It's like getting a puppy. You need to be willing to commit to it for several years even as it grows larger and more demanding but perhaps doesn't become any more rewarding. 
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#leftshark  has wings.
Shark Attack Kites. These sharks are ready to swim in the blue! The blue sky that is. These Shark Attack Kites will get them grinning a great while smile. ...
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What happened to Web Intentshttp://paul.kinlan.me/what-happened-to-web-intents/

TL;DR: UX killed it, but a lot of factors contributed.
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Since we launched Google Talk in 2005, a lot has changed! The way we keep in touch with friends, family and colleagues has evolved tremendously. Today, group conversations, sharing your day with stickers or emojis and messaging across multiple devices have become second nature to many of us. 

For some time now, our team has shared that we plan to focus our efforts on Hangouts. The Google Talk app for Windows will be deprecated on February 23, 2015. This will allow us to focus on bringing you the most robust and expressive communications experience with Google Hangouts.

Today, Hangouts connects millions of people around the world. Hangouts will let you chat with all your Google contacts, while still supporting your favorite features -- text chat, presence, contact lists and status messages. In addition, you can have group video chats, make phone calls, use emojis and keep your conversations going across Android (http://goo.gl/YGWynt), iOS(http://goo.gl/HzhP2I), and desktop

If messaging right from your PC desktop is important to you, the Hangouts Chrome app (http://goo.gl/oPnnlg) or Gmail on desktop can help you reach your friends while you're at your desk. If you’re not ready to make the switch to Hangouts quite yet, you can continue using Google Talk on Windows with a range of compatible third-party chat apps (http://goo.gl/FSbCX5). Please keep in mind these aren’t Google products, so exercise caution when signing in with your Google account.

For those loyal Google Talk users, we thank you for your support and we hope you give us the opportunity to provide an even better communications experience with Google Hangouts.
Hangouts is a messaging app that lets you send and receive messages, photos...
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For those interested, there is an early release of the book I contributed to, called "Make: JavaScript Robotics." #nodebots   #robots   #javascript   #johnnyfive  
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They have a shared objective but I would recommend johnny-five as a starting point as it has a better community and user base.
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    Computer Science & Business Admnistration
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I eat APIs for breakfast. They go surprisingly well with milk.
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I'm a Developer Advocate, recovering Product Manager, dog owner, Gelato maker and generally nice guy.

Circle me if you like hearing me yak about Google+, Hangouts, the Open Web Platform and my meanderings around San Francisco.
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JavaScript, HTML, CSS, REST, Android, Node.js, Robotics, Gelato
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    Developer Advocate, present
  • Magento, Inc.
    Senior Technical Product Manager
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