Let's get a idea on how many entered. 

I'm in who else ?

Hi all, regarding the IO 2013 challenge, you may submit tomorrow as well, as the final day, so if you've not had a chance in the week, put something together by tomorrow and be sure to submit.

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Took me 56 commits but have my submission ready.

Though I'd help you guys out with some problems I found prior to submitting:

> I got a error on line 153 when deleting. I just changed this to "if(document.querySelector('#cardPanel')) document.querySelector('#cardPanel').style.display = 'none';" and all was well again.
> Apparently Google Cloudpoints still has a issue where the user object given with authentication does not return the id. See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16171225/function-user-getuserid-in-cloud-endpoint-api-returns-null-for-a-user-object-t I had to use the E-Mail of the user just to get the demo going.
> To use the User in the Cloud Endpoints the E-Mail scope is required. I used "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/userinfo.profile https://www.googleapis.com/auth/userinfo.email".
> Had to update the Update method as it was not updating. Probally not the best code but works.

Replace with:

PersistenceManager mgr = PMF.get().getPersistenceManager();
try {

   BusinessCard e = mgr.getObjectById(BusinessCard.class, card.getId());
   e.setLastModified(new Date());

} finally {


return card;

off course do you auth first :D.

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Hi all.
As promised, we did the same challenge at Google I/O Extended, and if you'd like to participate, the details, along with the presentation are available here: http://namekeepr.appspot.com/slides/. You only have until Saturday 25 May to submit a response.

To summarize the challenge - you get the source code for a fully working App Engine application and you need to modify the code to implement 1 of 5 challenges and upload it to your own App Engine instance. Details are in the slides.

Good luck!

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Hi everyone.

Thanks for attending the App Engine workshop at ScaleConf, I hope you found it interesting.

We have decided to use this workshop as a Google I/O Extended hackathon (really exciting!), so I'm going to hold off on distributing the code until the Google I/O Extended events (15-17 May 2013). I will post an announcement here at the same time as we do the hackathon at Google I/O Extended so that you can all start at the same time.

If you'd like to attend the Google I/O Extended event, get in touch with your Cape Town GDG manager +Hiren Patel for details.

In the meantime, you can see the presentation from the Scaleconf workshop here: http://goo.gl/z5zF5

Just wanted to say thanks, to Dan for the workshop, it was informative and interesting, and to the attendees for their time, and choosing to join in on the app engine workshop. Google technology is world class, but it's users are too. ;-)
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