Google Cloud Platform Developer Roadshow


April 7, 2014
The Auditorium
Google France
8 Rue de Londres



Registration Closed

13:00-14:00 Registration, mingle, network
14:00-14:30 Keynote
14:30-15:00 Blurring the Iaas/PaaS Divide
15:00-15:30 Building Cloud-Powered Android Apps
15:30-15:45 Break
15:45-16:45 From Zero to Fully Functioning App
16:45-17:00 Fireside Chat
17:00-18:00 Dinner, drinks and networking


Brad Abrams

Brad Abrams is  Group Product Manager on the Google Cloud Platform team where he is currently responsible for the developer, admin and mobile experiences.  Software development is one of the last areas of modern life not deeply enhanced by the cloud - Brad’s mission is to bring the power, scale and availability of the modern cloud to the art of software development.

Brad has been at Google since 2011 and has lead platform efforts in Chrome, Google+ and now on the Cloud Platform team.   Prior to Google, Brad lead many developer efforts at Microsoft on products including the .NET Framework, ASP.NET, Silverlight and Visual Studio.   Brad published several books include the bestselling Framework Design Guidelines.  Brad has spoken at developer conferences around the world including nearly every major Microsoft developer even during his tenure and every Google IO since he joined.

Mandy Waite

Mandy works as a Developer Advocate at Google where she's trying to make the world a better place for developers building applications for the Cloud. In her spare time she does the same but is also learning Japanese and she plays the guitar.

Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine

After more than a decade spent working for Sun Microsystems Alexis now works at Google, supporting developers deliver amazing applications with a variety of technologies ranging from mobile to cloud, HTML5 and various Google APIs. Alexis is a frequent speaker at developer meetups and conferences, sharing his fascination for the power and the future of the Google Cloud Platform.

Martin Gorner

Martin has worked on Mobipocket's ebook technologies which later became the software stack of the Amazon Kindle and which he helped develop for a couple more years as CEO of the Amazon-owned Mobipocket subsidiary. He joined Google Developer Relations in 2011 and now focuses on HTML5 and cloud technologies.

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