Profile

Cover photo
GDG Philippines
2,403 followers|561,826 views
AboutPostsPhotosVideos

Stream

GDG Philippines

Shared publicly  - 
 
We're here in FEU to conduct a talk about Google+ for Student Organizations in an event organized by the GSAs

#gdg  #gdgph
GDG Philippines originally shared:
 
Time to equip student leaders in Far Eastern University on how to use Google Plus for Events and Organizations.

This event is co-organized with the Google Student Ambassadors
3
Add a comment...
 
We'll be having a Polymer workshop next week. Stay tuned in for the events page and registration form.

#gdg #gdgph
4
1
Jovie Brett Bardoles's profile photo
 
Nice!
Add a comment...

GDG Philippines

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
Componentize the Web with Polymer
/by +Addy Osmani  #iobytes   #io14   #polymer  

Polymer is a library that uses the latest web technologies to let you create custom HTML elements. Build anything from a button to a complete application as an encapsulated, reusable element that works across desktop and mobile. Learn how to leverage web components, today!
1
Add a comment...

GDG Philippines

Shared publicly  - 
 
 ECMA-408, the new official Dart Programming Language Specification
 
Hello ECMA-408, the new official Dart Programming Language Specification!

Download it here: http://www.ecma-international.org/publications/files/ECMA-ST/ECMA-408.pdf

+Gilad Bracha writes:

"""
ECMA formally approved the Dart language specification just a few days ago.

We just had the third meeting of ECMA TC52, the Dart standards committee.
We discussed enums, deferred loading, async, and minor bug fixes to the existing spec. 

We decided not to vote on deferred loading, even though that is pretty much done, and rather deal with all proposed changes to the freshly minted spec later in the year. Our next meeting is in Switzerland on September 16th. The goal is to formally incorporate enums and deferred loading, and at least a subset of the async proposal, in the next rev of the spec, which we hope to get done by the end of 2014.

Bear in mind that deferred loading is shipping; the existing spec allows experimentation on that.

Wrt to enums, I will publish a revised draft proposal soon. Differences vs. the last draft are very minor.

As for async - we are working on an article to explain our plans. Since that is taking a bit longer, I want to explain where we are in a separate mail later today.
"""

#dartlang  
1
1
Reymart Canuel's profile photo
Add a comment...
 
 
Learn about #DevOps at the speed of Google with this session from I/O: http://goo.gl/FM24go
1
Add a comment...
Christine Balili was tagged in Jomar Tigcal's photo.

GDG Philippines

Shared publicly  - 
 
Thanks to everyone who joined us in our Post-Google I/O 2014 Meetup earlier. Thanks also to Coins.PH for hosting us.

#gdg  #gdgph
11
Add a comment...
 
Thanks to everyone who joined us in the Google I/O 2014 Extended Manila

#gdg #dgph #io14Extended
 
617 Google I/O Extended events in 95 countries, in all corners of the world #io14extended   #io14  

From Brazil (http://goo.gl/8mFUCw) to Sri Lanka (http://goo.gl/XEEas0), Kenya (http://goo.gl/XnQOTz), Egypt (http://goo.gl/luHYSY) and Japan (http://goo.gl/aCN6Kl), developers around the world gathered to experience Google I/O and we saw some wonderful events.

Congratulations to all the developers around the world who celebrated Google I/O! Check out more photos on our I/O Extended 2014 Organizers Community (http://goo.gl/IF3nSg) and on +Google Developers  (http://goo.gl/1o9N0F).

Learn how you can get involved with Google Developer Groups and the devs behind these great events at developers.google.com/groups.

Miss the action? Catch up on the keynote and all of the sessions at google.com/events/io.
7
Add a comment...
Have them in circles
2,403 people
Mugabi Allan's profile photo
John Traqueña's profile photo
Sherwin Anthony Varona's profile photo
glecer delfin's profile photo
Pang Caberte's profile photo
Franclin lim's profile photo
aki yuki's profile photo
Ricky Hurtado's profile photo
Dwight Santos's profile photo
 
Join us on July 16 for a meetup and code lab about #Polymer. Slots are limited. If you are interested to join, signup now!

#gdg #gdgph
GDG Philippines originally shared:
 
Join us on July 16 for a meetup and code lab about Polymer. Polymer is a pioneering library that makes it faster and easier than ever before to build beautiful applications on the web. Polymer is built on top of a set of powerful new web platform primitives called Web Components. Web Components bring unprecedented composability, interoperability, and consumability to the web platform. The result is a monumental increase in developer productivity.

Polymer also brings the implementation of material design to the web. For more information about Polymer, check http://www.polymer-project.org

Date: July 16, 2014
Time: 07:00 to 10:00 in the evening
Venue: TBA

Slots are limited. If you are interested to join, fill up the form at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1xcqfrHY9N9NvPkf9O0X_wS5ATio2GdHXbC7GmTo4Mv0/viewform be sending confirmation emails to confirm your slot. Please bring your machines for the code lab.


Workshop Wednesday: Polymer
Wed, July 16, 7:00 AM
Makati City

6
2
Jomar Tigcal's profile photoGDG Philippines's profile photoDavid Stephen Gil Domingo's profile photoSam Keeley Ong's profile photo
2 comments
 
Yes. But slots are limited so you need to signup if you are interested to join.
Add a comment...
 
 
Mobile web lessons learned from analyzing websites at scale
/by +Paul Kinlan  #iobytes   #mobileweb   #io14  

We've analyzed tens of thousands of mobile websites to figure out what works and what doesn't when it comes to performance and user experience on mobile devices. Here's our list of best practices and dos and don'ts, with insight from engineers into the algorithms we use to determine what is a "good" mobile website.
1
Add a comment...
 
 
The Next Generation of Authentication
/by +Maya Ben-Ari  #security   #iobytes   #io14  

Google has re-imagined how authentication works on mobile and the web. +Maya Ben-Ari introduces you to the multiple ways you can establish that your mobile device is with you, and how to allow it to authenticate to your other devices. Our goal is to create a frictionless, invisible and most importantly secure authentication experience.
2
Add a comment...
 
Maps at #io14
 
For a recap of Maps at Google I/O, checkout this post on the Google Geo Developers Blog: http://goo.gl/slKyuQ or just skip right to this playlist:
3
1
Erwin Narciso Galinato's profile photo
Add a comment...
 
This will be tonight. If you haven't registered yet, signup now.

#gdg #gdgph
 
Google I/O 2014 just happened a few days ago. Let's talk about the I/O news and updates with Jomar Tigcal and Wayne Manuel, our GDG Philippines community managers who attended Google I/O.

Date/Time: July 7, 2014 (07:00 PM to 10:00 PM)
Venue: Coins.ph, 12th Floor, Centerpoint Building, Julia Vargas Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City


Note: Please do not wear shorts and/or slippers when going into the venue.

Slots are limited so if you are interested to join, please fill up the form at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1inh1-6jsxgmfHWcN_VIvphTDmun5-T_5bt5bsInuWqI/viewform
Post-Google I/O 2014 Meetup
Mon, July 7, 7:00 AM
Coins.ph, 12th Floor, Centerpoint Building, Julia Vargas Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City

2
Add a comment...
Story
Tagline
Angat ang Pinoy!
Introduction
Google Developers Group (GDG) Philippines is a group of enthusiastic Filipino developers interested to collaborate and learn more about new technologies. 

GDG Philippines is an independent group; our activities and the opinions expressed on this +Page should in no way be linked to Google, the corporation.
Contact Information
Contact info
Email