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The Google Developer Group (https://developers.google.com/groups/) Seattle chapter meets monthly with tech talks, Study Jams or handson workshops. We are an inclusive and rapidly growing community. Please follow our Code of Conduct and be excellent to each other - http://www.meetup.com/seattle-gdg/pages/Code_of_Conduct/ (https://developers.google.com/groups/guidelines/)

Our members are using or would like to learn more about developing applications using Google technology, including:

• Google Cloud Platform

• Actions on Google

• TensorFlow

• Machine Learning

• Deep Learning

• Flutter

• Android

• Web development

• Chrome

• Go and Dart programming languages

Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/gdgseattle).

Upcoming events (4)

[Cross-Post] The BigQuery BBQ

Google Seattle

This is a cross post for Google Cloud BigQuery team. RSVP on meetup page here is closed in order to avoid confusion. Please RSVP here https://cloudplatformonline.com/BBQ-Seattle-Reg.html Note: there is limited seating for this popular event so please register ASAP if you are interested, before it's sold out. We'll start off with an introduction to BigQuery and Data Studio, followed by demos showing the power and efficiency of BigQuery over a delicious BBQ lunch. As part of the hackathon you will - Prep a public BigQuery dataset Cook up useful insights Visualize findings working with a team Assemble and serve your findings to the panel Winners will take home Google Cloud Credits and Google Homes. All participants will get Coursera credits to complete a specialization. If you’re familiar with SQL, this contest is for you. And after registering, you can create your free BigQuery account (https://cloud.google.com/bigquery/docs/sandbox). Don’t forget to bring your laptops!

TensorFlow Dev Summit 2019 Extended

Center of the Universe Event Center, Google Seattle / Parkview building, 2nd floor

The TensorFlow Dev Summit was on March 6-7, 2019. Not everyone got to attend in person so we are organizing this Extended event with Summit highlights, reprise talks and community discussions. You will hear all the big announcements from the Summit, learn what is new with TensorFlow 2.0 and how to contribute to TensorFlow - open source and the most popular ML framework. Bonus: you will also get new stickers of TensorFlow and Keras! SCHEDULE 6:00PM Check-in & food/drinks 6:40PM Kickoff 6:45PM Learnings from TensorFlow Dev Summit (TF 2.0 alpha, tf.Keras and how to get started, migrating to TF 2.0, on-device ML with TensorFlow Lite, Swift for TensorFlow, how to contribute to TensorFlow etc,), Margaret Maynard-Reid 7:00PM End to end ML: TensorFlow Extended (TFX) & KubeFlow, Amy Unruh 7:30PM TensorFlow Federated: Machine Learning on Decentralized Data (TFF), Emily Glanz 8:00PM Q&A, community discussion SPEAKERS: Margaret Maynard-Reid is a Google Developer Expert(GDE) for Machine Learning, and she develops Android apps with intelligence. She leads GDG Seattle and co-organizes Seattle Data/Analytics/Machine Learning meetup groups. She writes blogs and speaks at conferences on TensorFlow, deep learning and Android. She is passionate about community building and helping others get into Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Amy Unruh is a developer programs engineer for the Google Cloud Platform, where she focuses on machine learning and data analytics as well as other Cloud Platform technologies. Amy has an academic background in CS/AI and has also worked at several startups, industrial R&D, and published a book on App Engine. Emily Glanz is a software engineer at Google! working on TensorFlow Federated. Before Google, she studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Iowa (Go Hawkeyes!). In her free time she likes making random things (like AIY Furbies), running, and camping.

Next ’19 Extended by GDG Seattle

Google Kirkland

Join us for this year's Next Extended event! We are excited to bring together the GDG Seattle community to be part of the Next '19 experience. We will have exciting reprised talks by Googlers and experts from the Community, and codelabs. More details to be added...

Backend as a Service?
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As more and more web & mobile apps are developed, there is an increasing need to consolidate some of the common logic into a backend. Can some of the members present this as a topic? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_Backend_as_a_service

Past events (159)

Cloud Study Jam

Center of the Universe Event Center, Google Seattle / Parkview building, 2nd floor

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