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WebGL: Hands On Session and Automate your Life with Google Apps Script


6:00  Check-in
6:15  WebGL: Hands On Session - Zhenyao (Google)
7:15  Break, 2nd presenter get ready
7:30  Automate your Life with Google Apps Script - Ryan (Google)
8:40  Raffle, networking, clean up the meeting room


WebGL: Hands On Session (Dr. Zhenyao Mo)


Dr. Zhenyao Mo will explain the basic concepts about WebGL technology before he walks you through the source code of a solid example. He will discuss guidelines for optimizing a WebGL app's performance and provides a few cool WebGL demos.


Automate your Life with Google Apps Script (Ryan Boyd)

Google Apps Script is a JavaScript cloud scripting language to automate tasks across Google products.  With a web-based IDE and a variety of pre-built libraries, it is easy to integrate with Google Docs, Calendar, Gmail, Google Groups and more to make you more productive as an individual and as a business user.  In this session, Ryan Boyd will demonstrate some of the latest functionality available in Apps Script and even do some live coding!


Speakers' bios

Dr. Zhenyao Mo is a software engineer at Google.  For the past two years, Zhenyao works as part of the Chrome GPU team, implementing WebGL and other GPU related features for the Web.  Zhenyao's main interests include computer graphics, gaming, and user interfaces.


Ryan Boyd is a Developer Advocate on the Google Developer Relations team, helping businesses build applications integrated into Google Apps. Ryan wears both engineering and business development hats, so you'll find him writing code and helping businesses get to market with integrated features.

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