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Google ANU campus tech talk

Nigel Tao, James McGill (Google)

COMPUTER SCIENCE SEMINAR

DATE: 2010-07-29
TIME: 12:00:00 - 14:00:00
LOCATION: Engineering Lecture Theatre
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ABSTRACT:
The Go Programming Language presented by Nigel Tao, Software Engineer. Go is a compiled, garbage-collected, concurrent programming language developed by Google Inc. Go was officially announced in November 2009, with implementations released for the Linux and Mac OS X platforms.

Designing for the Mobile Web presented by James McGill, Software Engineer. Rich (Javascript) web applications face a challenge in remaining performant when accessed on mobile devices, such as Android or iPhone handsets. This talk includes a discussion of the challenges facing mobile web developers, and covers various methods for increasing mobile web application performance, based on the experiences of the Google Maps API team in designing version 3 of the Google Maps API.

Who: This talk is of interest to the entire school, students (UGrad, PGrad) & faculty alike.

To attend: To help us anticipate numbers, please register your interest at http://bit.ly/9RfohY

Where: Engineering Lecture Theatre - Building 32

When: Thursday 29th July, 2010, 12 - 2pm Tech talk will be one hour followed by pizza social.

Many thanks

The Google Australia University Programs team
BIO:
To attend: To help us anticipate numbers, please register your interest at http://bit.ly/9RfohY



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