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Watch @Mustafa_x discuss if Designers & Developers are born or made. Can you be both? What do you think? https://goo.gl/A4SfnM

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The Developer Show (TL;DR 067)

Our latest episode of the #DevShow is here! Join Timothy Jordan as he covers Machine Learning Updates, the Cloud Speech API, and much more!

Watch the full episode here: https://goo.gl/8Z0Qd0

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Custom Styling on Map Shapes - Geocasts

Laurence Moroney is back with a new Geocast! In this episode, he covers custom styling on map shapes.

https://goo.gl/eCaV7a

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We’ve just published more talks on google.com/io/schedule. New this year: ALL sessions will be livestreamed!

Read our blog post for more details and start planning your custom #io17 schedule ahead of the conference: https://goo.gl/31hWcX

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Coffee with Engineering Director Casey Whitelaw

Watch the latest episode of Coffee with a Googler here: https://goo.gl/DfCLn1

Maps, Platypuses and more on #CoffeeWithAGoogler as +LaurenceMoroney meets Casey Whitelaw to talk about +GoogleMapsAPI

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Quick Tip: Advanced Localization (Route 85)

Watch here: https://goo.gl/M7H5S2

Here are some advanced tips from Rony Rozen on localizing your iOS app!

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Today, we’re introducing the developer preview of the Google Assistant SDK. You can now start building your own hardware prototypes that include the Google Assistant, like a self-built robot or a voice-enabled smart mirror.

To get started, read our blog post at https://goo.gl/2FG3Mk and visit the Google Assistant SDK website http://developers.google.com/assistant/sdk to download the SDK, and start building.


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The Developer Show (TL;DR 066)

Watch the new episode here: https://goo.gl/B7I5nZ

Today's episode has updates on Android O security, TensorFlow, Firebase Analytics Udacity course, and GCP Deployment Manager.

The Developer Show is where you can stay up to date on all the latest Google Developer news, straight from the experts.

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“The future is artificial intelligence first”

Learn how to build your first Assistant App: https://goo.gl/S2Czt7

Want More? Please join us over in the Actions on Google community to discuss further on G+ https://g.co/actionsdev
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In this latest G Suite Dev Show (http://goo.gl/JpBQ40) episode, Google engineer +Wesley Chun (http://google.com/+WesleyChun) concludes the two-part discussion field masks. In part one (http://goo.gl/9kmAEf), you learned about how to use field masks as a partial response mechanism, filtering the data that comes back in API calls. Today’s video is about using field masks with update requests as well as sharing some tips and good practices when using them.

With updates, field masks serve a different, but similar purpose—they still filter, but function more like bitmasks by controlling which API fields to update. In this video, we’ll walk through several examples of update field mask usage with both the Google Sheets and Slides APIs. Check it out at https://goo.gl/1Xhm04 #GSuiteDevShow #GoogleApps #SheetsAPI #SlidesAPI #GoogleSheets #GoogleSlides
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