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Michael Goderbauer

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Check out our newest game iKuh. It's free and runs right here in your browser!

Had fun playing the game? Please rate it with 5 stars. That will help us in winning a game development contest. Your vote is greatly appreciated!

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... and thus concludes the world tour of Google Developer Day 2011.

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Google Developer Day 2011 in Berlin, Germany, is off to a great start!

I'll be attending Google Dev Day in Berlin this Saturday, November 19! Are you going to be there as well?

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I’d like to introduce you to my latest project utilizing the Google+ APIs:

Diagram Editor for Google+ Hangouts

The editor enables you to collaboratively create diagrams with your friends while you videochat with them in a Google+ Hangout: Everyone can contribute to the diagram and everyone sees your edit in realtime. It feels like all your friends are hanging out in the same conference room editing the diagram on a giant whiteboard without the need for being in the same physical location. Currently, six different diagram types like UML class diagrams and business process diagrams are supported. Watch the screencast below to learn more!

The Diagram Editor for Google+ Hangouts is based on the Editor, a project I worked on at my university in a team with six other students. The Editor was originally designed for Google Wave, whose API was similar to the now released Hangouts API. I therefore decided to adapt the editor for Google+ Hangouts, which are a great environment for collaborative editing in realtime.

The code is available at
Once Google releases the Hangouts API to the general public I will tell you how to embed the editor into your next Hangout.

(Are you reading this from inside Google? Tell an interested member of the Google+ team all about it!)

+Vic Gundotra +Bradley Horowitz

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Google's own +Vic Gundotra talks about German engineering:
(Look at the lower right corner to skip the intro)

Google+ goes iPhone. Get it while it's hot:

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Invites are closed for now:
We've shut down invite mechanism for the night. Insane demand. We need to do this carefully, and in a controlled way. Thank you all for your interest!

For any who wish to leave, please remember you can always exit and take your data with you by using Google Takeout.

It's your data, your relationships, your identity.

+Bradley Horowitz

Click on "Invite people to join Google+" in the right pane to invite your friends! Do it!
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