The Developer Platform team is comprised of Googlers who are passionate about the coolest new technology and thrive by connecting to other developers who share similar passions. This is the team behind all the rich, technical content on developers.google.com and developer.android.com, as well as the people you’re likely to see speaking at Google I/O, on youtube.com/googledevelopers or in our Udacity courses.
The team is currently hiring for the following software engineering roles:
* iOS API development
* Web API development
* Backend API development
* Metrics pipeline development
* Tools development
* Web development
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* Test engineers
* Release engineers
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You can try it by yourself at http://io2014codelabs.appspot.com/
(alongside with many other cool codelabs)
Kudos to the amazing team working on Chrome Dev Editor and Android integration! Happy to have helped raising awareness to it.
1. If your phone is set up with a different account than the one you used to register for I/O, get your phone's account added to the whitelist:
2. Join the beta for the Google Play Services:
3. Make sure Google Play Services has downloaded and upgraded successfully (it should be version 5 or above)
4. Join the beta for the Google I/O app:
5. Download the update to the Google I/O app (it should update to version 2.2.3)
From that point on, you should see session feedback notifications on your watch. But if you want to trigger a notification manually just to see what it looks like, here is a hint: search for "zzznotif" to get a debug notification :-)
Blog post here: http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2015/03/a-new-reference-app-for-multi-device.html
Source code here: https://github.com/googlesamples/android-UniversalMusicPlayer
As part of the recent support for Android Mirroring, developers can now use the Android Presentation API with Google Cast devices. The Android Presentation API was introduced in API level 17 to support secondary displays: http://goo.gl/m4L36A
This means that when a user uses Android Mirroring, your Android app can display a different user interface on the mobile device than what is displayed on the Google Cast device.
We have released a sample app that explains how to use the Android Presentation API with Google Cast devices: http://goo.gl/pCvkU0
The sample app uses the MediaRouter API to choose a presentation display.
Note that users first have to start the Android Mirroring session before the Presentation API will be able to use the Google Cast device as a secondary display.
We're looking forward to see what interesting apps developers create that leverage the multi-screen architecture of Google Cast.
#googlecastsdk #chromecast #googlecast
An updated and more complete version of the 2014 I/O mobile app is now available on Google Play: goo.gl/NxT8k5. It includes new features that allow you to keep track of the people you meet, a listing of “Google Developer Experts” and info on what’s “Nearby” in the conference map as you walk around. Download or update the app now so you can take full advantage of everything this year’s conference has to offer!
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- Universidade Federal de Minas GeraisComputer Science Master (unfinished), 2002
- IBMECMBA, 2007 - 2009
- Senior Developer Platform Software Engineer, 2012 - present
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