Videos in category Conferences


Agile in Practice: What Is Actually Going On Out There?

Agile in Practice: What Is Actually Going On Out There?

Posted in Conferences, Project Management

Summary In this presentation filmed during Agile 2008, Scott Ambler talks about actual data resulting from surveys made during 2006-2008, showing how Agile is perceived and implemented within organizations. Some of the topics surveyed are: the adoption rate of Agile, the effectiveness of Agile approaches, the effectiveness of various techniques. Bio Scott Ambler is Practice Leader Agile Develop...

Tags: Practices, Conferences, IBM, Agile, InfoQ, Agile2008, Surveys



Google I/O 2008: Advanced Ruby Scripting for Sketchup

Google I/O 2008: Advanced Ruby Scripting for Sketchup

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Development

Google Sketchup contains a Ruby API for users who want to extend the capabilities of SketchUp. The interface allows users to create macros, such as automated component generators and additional tools, to be included in the menus within SketchUp. This session will cover two Ruby technologies that can be used to add functionality to SketchUp: WebDialogs and Ruby Extension Modules. For those comfo...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Ruby, Technologies, API, IO2008, Google SketchUp, Development, Companies


Google I/O 2008: Introduction to Project Hosting on Google Code

Google I/O 2008: Introduction to Project Hosting on Google Code

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Development

Did you know that over 100,000 open source projects are hosted on Google Code? Come see for yourself how other open source projects have been successful hosting their projects on Google Code. You'll learn how you can host your open source project on Google Code, collaborate with the open source community, use open source best practices, and get the most out of the tools on Google Code. Brian Fi...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Technologies, hosting, Open-Source, IO2008, Google Code, Development, Companies


Google I/O 2008: Creating a Client-Side Search Engine with Gears

Google I/O 2008: Creating a Client-Side Search Engine with Gears

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Development, Web Technologies

Come see how Gears can be used to create a client-side search engine plugged right into your web page! Learn how to add this functionality to your own web site, then dive deep to see how Gears and the Dojo toolkit were combined to create this client-side search engine. Attendees should have experience with JavaScript and a basic understanding of Gears. Brad Neuberg (Google)

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Technologies, Javascript, Search, API, IO2008, Google Gears, Development, Companies, ...


Google I/O 2008: Advancded Gadget and UI Development Using Google's AJAX APIs

Google I/O 2008: Advancded Gadget and UI Development Using Google's AJAX APIs

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Web Technologies, Development

The Google AJAX APIs can be used to build sophisticated Gadgets and UI controls for your website. For instance, you can by-pass complex server-side proxies and mash up feeds directly with a few lines of JavaScript using the Feed API. In this session, we'll dive into advanced uses of the raw Feed and Search APIs. We'll also show you how to use Google's new Language API to broaden the global reac...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Technologies, AJAX, Javascript, API, IO2008, feeds, Gadgets, Development, ...



Google I/O '08 Keynote: Imagination, Immediacy, and Innovation... and a little glimpse under the hood at Google

Google I/O '08 Keynote: Imagination, Immediacy, and Innovation... and a little glimpse under the hood at Google

Posted in Conferences, Companies

Marissa Mayer has been with Google for 9 years, helping to build Google into one of the world's most popular web services. As the VP of Search and User Experience, her team is behind some of Google's most popular and successful products including core web search, images, news, books, maps, iGoogle, toolbar, desktop, and health. This talk is a glimpse from inside the trenches of how Google build...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Business, Conferences, IO2008, Marissa Mayer, Companies


Google I/O 2008: Gears Case Studies - Zoho offline on Gears, Buxfer secure and offline finance with Gears

Google I/O 2008: Gears Case Studies - Zoho offline on Gears, Buxfer secure and offline finance with Gears

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Development

This talk presents two case studies on Gears in the wild. Zoho offline with Gears First, you will hear first hand experience from one of the first implementors of Gears. Raju Vegesna, of Zoho, will discuss Why we chose Gears How we implemented this for Zoho Apps (architecture etc) for both Desktop & Mobile gears Workarounds, gotchas & what we expect going forward in Gears What's next on...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Technologies, Deployment, IO2008, Google Gears, Offline, Zoho, Buxfer, Development, ...


Google I/O 2008: Design Patterns in an Expressive Language

Google I/O 2008: Design Patterns in an Expressive Language

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Development, Web Technologies, Graphics

In Dustin's book, Pro JavaScript Design Pattern, he applies the original Gang of Four (GoF) Software Design Pattern principles into the JavaScript programming language. In this session you'll find out the why, how, and when to apply some of these patterns and the flexibility JavaScript offers that enables us to include these techniques in your code. Dustin Diaz (Google)

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Javascript, Design Patterns, Design, IO2008, books, Development, Companies


Google I/O 2008: Server-side JavaScript on the Java Virtual Machine

Google I/O 2008: Server-side JavaScript on the Java Virtual Machine

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Development, Web Technologies

After over a decade in the browser space, JavaScript is making a surprise move into the server programming space. Mozilla Rhino is turning JavaScript into a compelling option for Java programmers. Will JavaScript be the next server-side programming language? In this talk I will do a deep dive into Rhino's technology, and I'll demonstrate some of its many uses in server-side computing. Steve Yeg...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Java, Javascript, IO2008, Rhino, Development, Companies


Google I/O 2008: Secure Collaboration - How Web Applications can Share and Still Be Paranoid

Google I/O 2008: Secure Collaboration - How Web Applications can Share and Still Be Paranoid

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Development, Web Technologies, Graphics, Security

Google's Caja project allows mutually untrusting and untrusted web applications to run in the same context and allows them to safely communicate by regular JS function calls and reference passing. It provides tools that rewrite JS/HTML/CSS web applications to enable a wide range of security policies, allowing untrusted third party code to run in environments as dissimilar as social networks and...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, Javascript, Design, Security, HTML, CSS, IO2008, Caja, Development, ...