• Google Cloud Study Jam: ML + Pizza

    42 Silicon Valley

    Join us for our upcoming Cloud Study Jam and get hands-on experience with Machine Learning. You should be somewhat technical with Python and Command Shell! This workshop will also be limited to only 100 people in order to make it interactive with our instructor and the TAs. We will be learning: --Language Processing Study Jam-- *Cloud ML Engine: Qwik Start *Google Cloud Speech API: Qwik Start *Cloud Natural Language API: Qwik Start *Entity and Sentiment Analysis with the Natural Language API *Speech to Text Transcription with the Cloud Speech API MANDATORY: Make sure to bring a fully charged laptop. It is a hands-on workshop! You’ll Receive: Free access to Qwiklabs hands-on labs, a $55+ value Earn Google Cloud badges to show your skills and expertise No need to register with a credit card What to bring to the event: Fully charged laptop -- Mac, PC, Chromebook, Linux, everyone’s welcome. Laptop charger The labs will run on all of the latest versions of the popular browsers. For the best experience, use Firefox or Chrome. Looking forward to seeing you at the event! Prizes? Yes!!!! There will be prizes for those that participate and complete the workshop with us. ^_^ Food? Yes!!!! There will be food catering for the event. -dan

  • Cloud Study Jam - HANDS-ON Machine Learning - Chromebook Raffle!

    Galvanize - San Francisco

    Details Join us for our upcoming Cloud Study Jam and get hands-on experience with Machine Learning. You should be somewhat technical with Python and Command Shell! This workshop will also be limited to only 100 people in order to make it interactive with our instructor and the TAs. We will be learning: * Introduction to APIs in Google * Extract, Analyze, and Translate Text from Images with the Cloud ML APIs * Classify Text into Categories with the Natural Language API * Detect Labels, Faces, and Landmarks in Images with the Cloud Vision API * Entity and Sentiment Analysis with the Natural Language API * AI Hub: The One Place for Everything AI MANDATORY: At the event, we’ll use a tool called Qwiklabs, a Google training product. If you’ve used Qwiklabs before, great! Make sure you know your password. If you haven’t, save time by creating a new Qwiklabs account for yourself prior to the class at: https://google.qwiklabs.com/users/sign_up (creating an account is free). We’ll give you a link and token for free Qwiklabs access. Make sure you check the opt-in box for promos, especially because that makes you eligible for additional free access after you complete the first series of labs. You’ll Receive: Free access to Qwiklabs hands-on labs, a $55+ value Earn Google Cloud badges to show your skills and expertise No need to register with a credit card What to bring to the event: Laptop -- Mac, PC, Chromebook, Linux, everyone’s welcome. Laptop charger The labs will run on all of the latest versions of the popular browsers. For the best experience, use Firefox or Chrome. Looking forward to seeing you at the event! Prizes? Yes!!!! There will be prizes for those that participate and complete the workshop with us. Food? Yes!!!!

  • Cloud Study Jam - [HANDS-ON Machine Learning and networking]

    Mindrome Coworking Space & Private Office

    Details Join us for our upcoming Cloud Study Jam and get hands-on experience with Machine Learning. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You should be somewhat technical with Python and Command Shell! This workshop will also be limited to only 100 people in order to make it interactive with our instructor and the TAs. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- we will be learning: --Image Processing-- *Cloud ML Engine: Qwik Start *Cloud API Explorer: Qwik Start *Classify Images of Clouds in the Cloud with AutoML Vision *Detect Labels, Faces, and Landmarks in Images with the Cloud Vision API *Extract, Analyze, and Translate Text from Images with the Cloud ML APIs *Automate Cancer MCA using Cloud Vision API and GCMLE: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MANDATORY: At the event, we’ll use a tool called Qwiklabs, a Google training product. If you’ve used Qwiklabs before, great! Make sure you know your password. If you haven’t, save time by creating a new Qwiklabs account for yourself prior to the class at: https://google.qwiklabs.com/users/sign_up (creating an account is free). We’ll give you a link and token for free Qwiklabs access. Make sure you check the opt-in box for promos, especially because that makes you eligible for additional free access after you complete the first series of labs. You’ll Receive: Free access to Qwiklabs hands-on labs, a $55+ value Earn Google Cloud badges to show your skills and expertise No need to register with a credit card What to bring to the event: Laptop -- Mac, PC, Chromebook, Linux, everyone’s welcome. Laptop charger The labs will run on all of the latest versions of the popular browsers. For the best experience, use Firefox or Chrome. Looking forward to seeing you at the event! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Prizes? Yes!!!! There will be prizes for those that participate and complete the workshop with us. ^_^ Food? Yes!!!! There will be food catering for the event. We have

  • Free AR Studio Workshop TODAY

    42 Silicon Valley

    Join AR and VR influencer Tom Emrich http://www.tomemrich.com/ and the Facebook Developer Circle community for a free workshop on Spark AR tomorrow afternoon at our Build Day at 42 Silicon Valley from 1:00PM - 2:30PM. More details on Build Day at our group @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/devcirclesj

  • Social Mixer for Women In Tech

    Whole Foods Market

    Meet other women in your tech space community for friendship! Gather with women in your local area who share the same goals and interests as you. Identifying smaller communities and meetups to network and learn . Our goal is to create inclusive community to help, support, grow and connect women in tech. The event is inclusive to all genders to help, connect and support women.

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  • I/O Extended 2019 [GDG Fremont/Cloud Silicon Valley/Cloud Fremont]

    Haven't gotten the chance to catch up on what went down at Google I/O? Welcome to I/O Extended 2019 with GDG Fremont/Cloud Silicon Valley/Cloud Fremont! We're hosting a viewing party of the 2019 Developer keynote from Google I/O so you can get all caught up as well as some live talks and codelabs. Agenda: 10:00am: Check-in, Network over coffee. 10:20am: Google I/O Extended 2019 kickoff 11:00am: Live Talk with Vikram Tiwari 11:00am: Live Talk with Michael Solati 12:00pm: Lunch break 12:15pm: Continue lunch break. Who’s looking and who’s hiring? Looking? Bring your best minute pitch for everyone to hear. 1:00pm: Codelab with Riya - bring your laptops! 1:45pm: Event wrap-up before social hour. Feel free to stick around to chat amongst your fellow devs for a bit or get help on your code! Stay for our goodies raffle. You won't wanna miss out. ML Study Jam Track 11:00 - 11:20 Intro to Qwiklabs 11:20 - 12:00 GCP Essentials 1:00 - 1:20 Intro to Tensorflow 1:20 - 2:00 Baseline: Data, ML, AI ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Speakers: Michael Solati: Building (Progressive) Web Apps @MichaelSolati Most people think if they want to build an app they must build two apps for Android or iOS. The web has become so much more powerful in what we can do, though. JavaScript frameworks allow developers to build a powerful web app with a fraction of the time and resources of native apps. While tools like Ionic are allowing developers to make beautiful web apps that look and behave so much like native application with their UI and offline capabilities; so much so that users might not even tell the difference. Even cooler is now you can install apps from the web onto your phone like a native app. The web is advancing at an unprecedented rate, and you should be taking advantage of this. Learn what makes a progressive web app so progressive and some of the tooling you can use to build amazing (web) apps! Vikram Tiwari: Cloud Run and AutoML Tables @Vikram_Tiwari Serverless compute and ML on Google Cloud using Cloud Run and AutoML. Building scalable web and data platforms for high availability, resilience, and security. Co-founder and all things tech at Omnilabsinc. GDE at GoogleCloud and MachineLearning. Riya Dashoriya: @ReeyahSDasoriya "It's not that we use technology, we live technology" - Godfrey Reggio I have a great zeal to learn about new technologies and share knowledge with people. I love coding. I like challenges at work or anything which can help me improve myself. I've veritable curiosity and passion to dig into things and find out how they work. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  • IWD: International Women's Day :-> Celebrating Women in Tech

    IWD is a large, community-run event that offers speaker sessions on Technology and Professional & Personal Development. It is an event that is targeted at developers and tech enthusiasts who are powered by a shared belief that when we come together to exchange ideas amazing things can happen. The speakers will be women and non-binary people in tech who want to inspire, educate and connect! International Women's Day is an important moment to recognize how women have influenced the tech industry and beyond. A day full of inspirational talks, workshops and codelabs. Speakers and agenda :- Talks (2:15 P.m- 4:15 P.m) ( 3 talks Half an hour each) #NoFakeNews Workshop (2.15 P.m-3:45 P.m) Build Actions for the Google Assistant :- Actions on Google CodeLabs (2:15 P.m - 4:15 P.m) Cake Cutting/Food/Networking : 3:30p.m -5:00p.m Speaker's List Liliana Chiou (Director of Engineering and Solutions at CSU East Bay) Experienced transformational IT Director, solutions-driven technology leader, technical architect with excellent IT management and communication skills. Vast in research and development, data analysis, team mentoring, and strategic planning. Exceptional leadership capability and Information Technology expertise to plan and lead a series of IT development initiatives, determined to implement earned skills for the rapid growth of the prospective organization. Gnana Lakshmi T C (Gyan) She is the Leadership Fellow for Blockchain at Women Who Code. She is responsible for leading and managing the Blockchain community for WWCode across the globe. With over 6+ years of experience as a Software Developer in the corporate industry, Gyan is extremely passionate about women in technology and has been leading the Bangalore network of Women Who Code for 2+ years. She has conducted several meetups and has given several tech talks on varied technology topics like Blockchain and Machine Learning. She is also a very hands-on coder and loves working on emerging technologies. Patricia Diaz (LX Researcher) "I like to think of the world not only as it is but as it could be. I've studied the learning process from all possible perspectives: from the molecular events that allow for neural plasticity to the behavioral and organizational aspects of it. With that knowledge, I use emergent technologies to design tools and environments that enhance learning. I thrive at distilling research and strategizing to translate findings into real-world solutions that work at scale." Gaytri Khandelwal (Technical Sales Lead @Salesforce | Chapter Director @Startup Grind) She is an engineer by education is passionate about how the new technologies are leading the new revenue opportunities & business models. She is a technical sales leader at Salesforce and helps customers realize their connected customer experience vision by leveraging Cloud/IOT/AI solutions. She runs a Startup Grind chapter for the city of Fremont. She is board member at a non-profit (National Association of Mental Illness) and an angel investor/advisor to early-stage startups. She spent 20 years leading large-scale business transformations and driving customer success at Cisco, General Electric, Unilever and many others. Holds Engineering degree from IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) and executive certifications from top institutions. A firm believer of living a healthy & happy life, giving back to the community, and promoting technology startups. Nittia Chavez Henry (Talent Development & Growth Intern) Driven and dedicated to achieving all short and long-term goals. Using my excellent communication skills, I have proven to be a good collaborator who is flexible and adaptable. Currently, I am at Quantcast as a Talent Development and Growth Intern as well as a Project Management trainee for a Year Up, a year-long intensive career and technical training program

  • GDG Fremont + 42 Silicon Valley = Google Hash Code Qualification Round

    We are excited to announce that GDG Fremont at 42 Silicon Valley is an official hub for the Google Hash Code Qualification Round, we are calling everyone to partake in this amazing competition. Hash Code is a team programming competition, organized by Google, for students and professionals around the world. You pick your team and programming language and Google picks an engineering problem for you to solve. This year’s contest kicks off with an Online Qualification Round, where your team can compete from wherever you’d like, including from one of our Hash Code hubs. Top teams will then be invited to a Google office for the Final Round. The Online Qualification Round takes place on February 28th, 2019 at 17:30 UTC (9:30 AM PST) and registered teams from USA are invited to participate from our hub, which will take place in Z1 (2nd Floor). Top scoring teams from the Online Qualification Round will then be invited to Google’s offices in Dublin, Ireland to compete in the Final Round of the competition in April. If you’re interested in joining our hub, find a team (2 to 4 people) and be sure you all register at g.co/hashcode . You’ll then need to select 42 Silicon Valley from the list of hubs in the Judge System. Registration closes February 25th! sign up before this date.

  • GDG Fremont Holiday Social

    42 Silicon Valley

    Let's celebrate this holiday season with awesome friends and acquaintances. GDG Fremont will be hosting its first GDG Holiday Social and we want you to be part of it. Let's talk about what you guys would like to see for the upcoming year with ideas, requests or feedback you have, or just come for the food. You might be leaving with some cool swag. 0.- This will be low key and there won't be material prepared. Instead we'll allow everyone to take the floor to talk to us about any cool ideas you'd like the GDG Fremont chapter to get on board with and for you to see. See you on the 20th at 7:00 pm at 42 Silicon Valley. Be there or be square ^_^.

  • GDG Fremont Devfest 2018

    Galvanize San Francisco

    DevFest is a our yearly big developer event. Where we focus in providing an experience for all skill levels to learn more about Google and other technology. In years past we have had over 200+ attendees from all skill levels and diversity. Date: October 28, 2018 Location: Galvanize SF. 44 Tehama St, San Francisco CA For more information please visit. https://devfestsf.com RSVPing to this event does not provide you a ticket please visit our Eventbrite site to get your ticket: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gdg-devfest-2018-tickets-50824608773?aff=meetup Interested in speaking? http://bit.do/devfest-speakers Looking to sponsor? DM us!