Videos tagged with Companies






An Introduction to SQLite

An Introduction to SQLite

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Google TechTalks May 31, 2006 Richard Hipp ABSTRACT SQLite is a small C library that implements a self-contained, embeddable, zero-configuration SQL database engine. SQLite implements a large subset of SQL-92 and stores a complete database in a single disk file. The library footprint is less than 250 KB making is suitable for use in embedded devices and applications where memory space is scarce...

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Measuring Programmer Productivity

Measuring Programmer Productivity

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Google Tech Talks September 9, 2006 Vikram Aggarwal Viral Shah SLIDES http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~viral/talks/Productivity-Google-Sep2006.ppt ABSTRACT Developers have been programming for the last 30 years in a wide variety of programming languages. Over the years, we have all developed a feeling for what it is in a programming language that makes us productive as programmers. As part of the DARPA ...

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Anatomy Of A Debian Package

Anatomy Of A Debian Package

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Google TechTalks July 21, 2006 Jonathan Oxer is the founder and technical director of Internet Vision Technologies in Australia, as well as the current president of Linux Australia, the national organization for Linux users, developers, and vendors. He is one of the authors of O'Reilly's Ubuntu Hacks. ABSTRACT Learn about the internal structure of Debian/Ubuntu packages and how to create them, ...

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Developing JavaScript with Chickenfoot

Developing JavaScript with Chickenfoot

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Development, Web Technologies

Google TechTalks July 25, 2006 Rob Miller Michael Bolin ABSTRACT Chickenfoot is a Firefox extension that embeds a JavaScript programming environment in the browser's sidebar. Unlike a JavaScript shell that simply supplies access to the DOM of a webpage, Chickenfoot provides users with a high-level API, making web scripting accessible to end-user programmers as well as hackers. In this talk we w...

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Using Static Analysis For Software Defect Detection

Using Static Analysis For Software Defect Detection

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Project Management, Testing, Development

Google TechTalks July 6, 2006 William Pugh ABSTRACT I'll talk about some of my experience in using and expanding static analysis tools for defect detection. The FindBugs tool developed at the Univ. of Maryland is now being widely used, including inside Google. I'll give an overview of FindBugs, show some of the kinds of errors we routinely find in production code, discuss the methodology we use...

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