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Hi all, 

We're currently running a pilot program where we are offering individuals free access to our library of curated technical content in return for your feedback!  

All you have to do is log on to onto onto  https://techchannels.innerworkings.com/selfRegister and use the code TCDemo2015 to get started.  

Shoot me a message if you have any questions!

Is there any news about an IO Extended in Kirkland?

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Hi all, 

I am from Cloudways and looking for feedback from you all about our recent integration of GCE into Cloudways platform.

Our objective is to make it easy to launch websites on Google Compute Engine and take all the hassle of server management away from common folks like bloggers, designers, and web developers who have little to no knowledge of server setup. Also our platform comes with rich features, some highlighted in the picture.

It takes under 7 minutes to setup php based websites on g1, n1, HC GCE instances, we are also offering 3-day free trial to test out our platform.

You can start here: http://www.cloudways.com/en/managed-google-compute-engine.php

#google   #hosting  
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GDG Seattle Polymer Hackademic fun going on today until 4:00pm. 
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Couldn't get a ticket?  Watch our Dev Fest Polymer talks live tomorrow at 9am and 1pm.
Getting the most out of web components requires a change in mindset. Component Kitchen founder Jan Miksovsky presents a set of principles for creating components that can quickly be remixed and adapted in a variety of applications. This is a more advanced talk that assumes basic familiarity with web components and Google’s Polymer framework. For an introduction, see Web Components 101

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Couldn't get a ticket?  Watch our Dev Fest Polymer talks live tomorrow at 9am and 1pm.
The set of specs that comprise web components — including Shadow DOM, custom elements, and HTML imports — represent more than just another framework for front-end user interface development. They are fundamental changes in the common language of the web itself, perhaps more important changes to the language than anything since the introduction of CSS. Web components will quickly become a standard part of every designer and developer’s world. In this talk, Component Kitchen founder Jan Miksovsky introduces the basics of web components, showing how they can easily be created in Google’s Polymer framework. You can follow viewing of this talk with the companion talk, Web Components 201

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Want the awesome "Polytechnic T-Shirt"? Start by signing up for the Polymer Hackademic

Sign Up Here:
http://www.meetup.com/seattle-gdg/events/155658502/

If you like widgets or web components you might enjoy a day of Polymer Exploration. 
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Seattle GDG Polymer Hackademic will have similar swags http://www.meetup.com/seattle-gdg/events/155658502/
Perfect timing ... Thanks in no small part to the amazing folks at Google who rushed this out so we'd have it in time for DevFest

+GDG Hudson Valley​ is ready to hack.

#itshackademic #polymer #polytechnic
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Learning Go Meetup - Clive presenting on #Camlistore
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