Hello Folks, due to venue limitations and change of venue we will have limited seating available. I would advise everyone that would like to attend, arrive early in order to gain event/seat access. We look forward to see you @Next Extended!
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5:30pm Doors Open
6:00pm Welcome & Announcements
GOOGLE ASSISTANT POWERED BY MACHINE LEARNING, CONTAINERS AND .NET (Speaker: Mete Atamel, Google Cloud Developer Advocate, Londonl)
What does it take to connect Google Assistant to the cloud? Surprisingly, not much! In this talk, we will create a Dialogflow app to get Google Assistant to talk to a container managed by Kubernetes/App Engine. In the container, we’ll use some of the Machine Learning APIs and BigQuery and see how they can elevate our Google Assistant app to the next level. We will also integrate with Stackdriver and see how you can get more insights about your app with HTTP tracing and live debugging features of Stackdriver.
MANGA TRANSLATION WITH CLOUD VISION & .NET (Speaker: Jon Foust, Google Cloud Developer Advocate, NYC)
FOCUS ON YOUR CODE, NOT YOUR INFRASTRUCTURE (Speaker: Martin Omander, Google Cloud Developer Advocate, MV)
When you build a backend to a web app or mobile app, you want to focus on your business logic, not on your infrastructure. At the same time, you want the infrastructure to always be there for you, ready to run your code. Google Cloud Functions does that for you.
In this talk, we will follow the story of the fictional startup "In Jest", publishers of an app that tells jokes. At first, the developers at "In Jest" need to get a minimum viable product up and running in an hour. As their business grows they will have to integrate with Google Sheets, SQL databases, analytics systems, marketing systems and so on. We will see the code used to make this happen, without having to worry the team about servers and data centers.
8:30pm Doors Close
Android Engineer III