Join us on July 19th evening of learning, networking, and fun at the San Jose Google I/O Extended event at Google TM1 Campus! This event will be an in person only with a limited headcount at the Google Office.
There will be speaker talks, food with refreshments, and networking with developers from the local community. Come ready to learn and to network with industry professionals.
4:00 - 4:20 pm : Check in and Networking
4:30 pm - Service Weaver: A Framework for Writing Distributed Applications by Srdjan Petrovic, Google
Service Weaver is a new programming framework that makes it easier to write high-performance distributed applications. It allows you to write your application as a set of components that can be dynamically grouped into distributed processes or microservices. In this talk, I will give a short introduction to Service Weaver, with a few examples of how the framework can help you write simpler, safer, and faster applications.
5:00 pm - On Device Generative AI: Building your own Dall-E in the browser, welcome WebGPU by Rabimba Karanjai, GDE Web technologies
Have you ever wanted to create your own AI-generated art? Well, now you can! In this talk, we'll show you how to build a Dall-E-like image generation app in the browser using the WebGPU API.
WebGPU is a new standard for graphics processing that is designed to run on the device itself. This means that you can create powerful and user-friendly AI applications that run right in your browser.We'll start by giving you an overview of on-device generative AI. Then, we'll introduce the WebGPU API and show you how to use it to build your own image generation app. Finally, we'll discuss the challenges and opportunities of on-device generative AI. So, come along and learn how to create your own AI-generated art!
5:30 - 6:00pm - Latest in Augmented Reality by Prasanthi Gurumurthy, Google
Augmented reality is a technology that seamlessly blends the physical and digital world. It allows developers to place digital content and users to interact with them in the physical world. Let's take a look at the improvements made over the past year and discuss some of the new tools and features announced at Google I/O 2023. We will dive deeper into the improvements in ARCore. Finally, we'll explore the new tools and features that make the creation of geospatial experiences easier for developers and creators using the Geospatial API.
6:00 pm - 6:30pm - What's New in Android | Google I/O 2023 by Prince Chopra, Android Engineer, Meta
Experience the future of technology at our local event as we uncover the highlights of Google I/O 2023! Discover the revolutionary AI-powered Assistant, explore the advancements of Android 14, and dive into the capabilities of Android Studio. Join us as we showcase the cutting-edge innovations that will shape the Android landscape. Get ready to be inspired and excited about the possibilities
6:30 - 7pm - Food and Event closing
Note: Please allow yourself sufficient time to find parking.
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Principal Software Engineer
Prince is an Android Engineer at Meta, working on bringing Smart Glasses to life, and solving storage challenges through Android applications. With prior experience at Twitter, he has a strong background in improving mobile app experiences. Prince is not only passionate about technology but also enjoys discussing various topics, from tech to soft skills. Always open to chat!
Prasanthi is a software engineer at Google working on immersive tech. She has worked on building experiences and prototypes involving AR technologies. Prior to Google, she has worked on building systems on the cloud.
Rabimba Karanjai is a full time graduate researcher, part time hacker and FOSS enthusiast. He is working with Mozilla Research Mixed Reality team on WebVR. He also is a Mozilla TechSpeaker and Google Developer Expert on Web Technologies (WebXR). And would love to chat with you on VR,AR,Security and openweb over a cup of coffee or bottle of beer
Srdjan Petrovic is a Principal Software Engineer at Google. He received his PhD in Computer Science from Dartmouth in 2005. His Google tenure includes teams such as Search Infrastructure, AdWords Infrastructure, and Technical Infrastructure.