The Pune Google Technologies User Group (PuneGTUG) is a group of developers interested in various Google technologies – from the Google App Engine, to Google Charts, to Google Maps and a whole bunch of others that make development of web applications (and in some cases non-web applications) easy (and of course they are free). The PuneGTUG has regular meetings where somebody gives and overview of a particular Google technology, to give developers an idea of what is possible with this technology, why use it, and how to get started. It is also a great place to meet like-minded developers in Pune.
Last weekend, for example, PuneGTUG had a presentation on the Google App Engine. The presentation was attended by about 25 people, and Pranav Prakash did a good job of giving an overview of GAE and also built a sample app right there to give the audience an idea of what exactly is involved in building an app. The slides of the talk are here.
PuneGTUG would like to hear from you as to what technology you are most interested in learning about. More generally, they are interested in finding out how this forum can be made more useful for you. And, of course, if you could speak on one or more related topic, then please let them know – speakers are always welcome.
So please fill in this form, to let them know.
And if you’re interested in keeping in touch with the activities of the PuneGTUG, join the PuneGTUG mailing list, and subscribe to the PuneGTUG blog.
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3 thoughts on “PuneGTUG: What Google Technologies would you like to hear about?”
I missed the talk 🙁 time to subscribe alerts
If the owners of Google were allowed to use the satellite India launched in 2007 for telecommunications through their media & third door partners, perhaps Android services could be beamed globally instead of just in North America. I know that Google signed up a deal with Optus, but imagine if we could converse with our global partners & friends world wide. Just a thought!