Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Gus Class (Gus)
3,200 followers -
It's ok, everything breaks eventually.
It's ok, everything breaks eventually.

3,200 followers
About
Communities and Collections
View all
Posts

Post has attachment
I've been having some fun with mirrors and LEDs.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Accessing Google Cloud IoT Core directly from an Arduino.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Add a comment...

I never thought I'd write on Medium, but here we are. My first personal blog post in a while, Rainbow Snake:

https://medium.com/@gguuss/rainbow-snake-4c27ee4a329
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Google Cloud IoT core is generally available! I've been working on this over the past year or so and it's really shaped up!
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
My talk from GDD India covering Google Cloud IoT Core Fundamentals.

Slides are here: https://goo.gl/ui8XTp
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Cloud IoT Core has made it to public beta!
Announcing Cloud IoT Core public beta
Announcing Cloud IoT Core public beta
cloudplatform.googleblog.com
Add a comment...

Post has shared content
Head's up!
Making the G+1 button load more quickly

The G+1 button is shown billions of times per day on web pages around the world, so it’s important that it load as quickly and efficiently as possible. To make it easier for people to load and share the pages they’re interested in, we’ve created a simpler G+1 button sharing experience.

Beginning in a few weeks, clicking the +1 button will open a streamlined new Google+ sharing dialog, and the G+1 button will no longer display a +1 count. If you’re a publisher, you can rest assured that these +1s do not affect search ranking and the size and layout of the button will remain the same.

These changes will only affect the G+1 button outside of Google+. The +1 button within Google+ will continue to work the same way it always has.

If you’d like to view all of the pages you’ve +1’d over the years, you can download a list using Google Takeout.

We hope this change makes it that much easier to check out and recommend all the interesting things you discover!

Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The Wall of Death in Seattle. In the way back times, skateboarders would half-pipe on the now parking cemented wall to the right of the photo. I have always found the piece to be very punk rock and sinister like the artist relished the potential for building something that would hurt someone. And yes, I have ridden skateboards and longboards along the north side of this public art.
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
ICYMI - there's a new Google API for sign-in.
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded