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Join us for a two-hour live streamed developer event from wherever you are. On May 26th at 3:00 PM PDT you will be able to ask + James Tamplin, co-founder of Firebase and + Magnus Hyttsten, Developer Advocate questions about Firebase LIVE! Make sure to start posting your questions today with #AskFirebaseLive. Register at bit.ly/registerLH now! #gdg  
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Live stream at 6:30pm (we will try,  always an adventure )
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Brad Fitzpatrick +  Mathieu Lonjaret at GDG 4/25

Camlistore is your personal storage system for life.

Camlistore is a set of open source formats, protocols, and software for modeling, storing, searching, sharing and synchronizing data in the post-PC...

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Brad and MPL also at LinuxFest   https://www.linuxfestnorthwest.org/2016/sessions/camlistore-your-personal-storage-system-life 

Camli hackers more dets bit.ly/camlihackday425
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#GCPNext  16 recap next Monday 3/28 6pm.
Not able to make it to GCP NEXT 16 in San Francisco?https://cloudplatformonline.com/NEXT2016.html Then come to Fremont the following Monday, when Paul Newson from the Seattle area Google Cloud Platform team will recap the big announcements from #GCPNext for our local GDG. + Jason and Clive, GDGer's will share latest tips and tricks to do GCP development with a Chromebook such as publish http://gdgseattle.github.io/boomerang/ We call this Chrome...
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Credit: Graphite Design Group Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's Vulcan Inc. investment company will develop four six-story office buildings for Google in S
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[Registration closes in 6 hours!] Join and promote please:)

February 20-21, 2016

WORLDWIDE VIRTUAL HACKATHON
[Registration closes in 6 hours!] Join and promote please:)

February 20-21, 2016

WORLDWIDE VIRTUAL HACKATHON

Are you ready to get creative, embrace constraints, and have some fun? The Static Showdown is a 48-hour worldwide virtual hackathon where you build web applications using static HTML, JS, CSS and no custom server-side code! Teams of up to four compete for fabulous prizes and, more importantly, the glory of victory!

It's a great chance to push web technology to the limit and learn a few things while you're at it. Sound good?

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Last night's GDG featured Brad Fitzpatrick talking about Camlistore. Brad + MPL  spent the weekend at +LinuxFest Northwest and also spoke on Camlistore. Monday's talk followed a Camlistore hacking day #camlihackday425

For fellow #GDG organizers with communities interested in digitizing your own personal shoebox of social data and learning the Go programming language, Camlistore is a great personal side project. 

Camlistore can be deployed locally on your own laptop or easily hosted on the GCP the Google cloud platform. Written mostly in Golang, there is also an Android app to upload pictures. The Camli architecture is designed for importers, such a Twitter, FourSquare (Swarm), RSS, Picasa -- a RunKeeper importer is under development. 

People with many years of emails in archives often ask about importing them into Camlistore, this is planned, but is not there yet. Since Camlistore is F/OSS, Golang developers can contribute new importers. Source submissions work rather like to Linux. 

Personally I learned the most about Google technologies by hands on hacking on Camlistore often deploying on #GCP and writing a front end to help visualize perishable donated food storage. Sharing what is latest stored in the cooler for distribution or pick up by food banks. Not Camlistores' designed use case, but you get the idea it is flexible for building on. GDG[x] devs perhaps a baseline for personal cloud.

Camlistore doc set is developer packaged for technically very aware folks, no hello world is there for beginners yet, but these are starting to come. https://camlistore.org/launch/ 

Thanks to all Seattle GDG organizers on A/V, and everyone who made this event happen.  
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The amount of digital data we are creating every day is mind-boggling. But the photos we take, tweets we send, places we check into and other digital detri
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Camlistore is a set of open source formats, protocols, and software for modeling, storing, searching, sharing and synchronizing data in the post-PC era. Data may be files or objects, tweets or 5TB videos, and you can access it via a phone, browser or FUSE filesystem.
http://camlistore.org
In this session, we will first present Camlistore's philosophy, architecture, as well as parts of its implementation (most of it written in Go), punctuated with live demos. We will follow with an informal tutorial, starting with a standard setup to let interested people try Camlistore (on their own machine or on the cloud), and moving forward to a few different use cases.
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Jason and Clive, GDGer's will share latest tips and tricks to do GCP development with a Chromebook such as publish http://gdgseattle.github.io/boomerang/

We call this Chromebook - Give me a bash$ 
http://www.meetup.com/seattle-gdg/events/77797062/

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6:00 Networking & Pizza  
6:30 Talk 1      
7:15  Talk 2    
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Android Study Jam at Google Kirkland led by +Margaret Maynard-Reid  http://www.meetup.com/seattle-gdg/events/228794019/
Android study jam led by @margaretmz and coaches, a community class for a useful certificate #gdgseattle #gdg · 0:30. 10:48 AM - 12 Mar 2016 from Google Kirkland · Reply to @iC · Home · Sign up · Log in · Search · About. Not on Twitter? Sign up, tune into the things you care about, ...
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Google Developer Group Seattle
Introduction
The Seattle Google Developer Group meets on the 3rd Monday of the month to discuss a variety of Google technologies:
  • Chrome, HTML5, and Web API's
  • Android
  • App Engine and Cloud Platform
  • Google+
  • Google Maps
  • Google Drive and Apps
Most monthly meetings are held at:

Google Seattle events centers in Fremont and Kirkland.

Be Excellent To Each Other is our Code of Conduct 

Disclaimer: GDG Seattle is an independent group; our activities and the opinions expressed on this page should in no way be linked to Google, the corporation.