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GDG DevFests are large, community-run events that can offer speaker sessions across multiple product areas, all-day hack-a-thons, code labs, and more. In 2015, the official DevFest Season runs from September 01st through November 30th.
We have a very exciting event coming up, with our friends from Google Cloud, they will be bringing a Cloud Spin rig to take some cool pictures and explain how do they work.
Followed by some lunch, and then by a workshop to get you started using Big Query.
We will have lots of google promotional materials, and some good surprises!
11 - 12 Google Cloud Spin
12 - 1 Lunch, take pictures and make new friends
1 - 4 Google Big Query workshop
4 - 5 Women TechMakers launch and Community presentations
Cloud Spin: Mark & Sandeep will walk through features of the Google Cloud Platform used in building the Google Cloud Spin demo shown at recent #GCPNext events. The demo uses an orchestrated set of smartphones to capture multi-angle views of the same event, upload them to the cloud and have them stitched together in real time to create a single 180-degree snapshot of that moment.
Demo: They will have a live demo setup that folks can stop by and participate in!
BigQuery Workshop: Data is great, but insights are better. Learn how you can use BigQuery to analyze terabytes of data in seconds using SQL, without ever setting up a cluster or learning a complicated new syntax. Sandeep and Mark will give an overview of BigQuery and the motivations behind data processing at Google, and then you can get your hands dirty writing your own queries!
Sandeep started coding and creating websites when he was 12 and hasn't stopped. He is passionate about building easy-to-use products people love. Before Google, he founded an IoT startup in agriculture and developed educational HTML5 games. At Google, Sandeep's goal is to make cloud easy and help developers create the next big thing. Sandeep loves video games, making music, and martial arts, and has Bachelors in Marketing and Computer Science.
Mark Mandel is a Developer Advocate for the Google Cloud Platform. Hailing from Australia, Mark built his career developing backend web applications which included several widely adopted open source projects, and running an international conference in Melbourne for several years. Since then he has focused on becoming a polyglot developer, building systems in Go, JRuby and Clojure on a variety of infrastructures. In his spare time he plays with his dog, trains martial arts and reads too much fantasy literature.
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Google Big Query: https://cloud.google.com/bigquery/what-is-bigquery
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