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Address common challenges in your apps with on-device machine learning. Explore Google's solutions and tools like turn-key APIs, real-world examples from developers, and more.
12L streamlines the UI for large screens. Read more about what's in the release and get your apps ready for testing and feedback.
Brush off the holiday cobwebs and try your hand at a fun coding project that will test your knowledge of Flutter. Join the Flutter Puzzle Hack for a chance to win one of over $50,000 worth of prizes.
Go 1.17 is now available, and it brings performance enhancements, improvements to modules, support for 64-bit architecture on Windows, and many other changes. Get started by reading the release post.
Fill out and submit your Data safety form in your Google Play Console to get early feedback. In February, the Data safety section will launch in the Google Play Store and help you explain to users how your apps collect, share, and protect user data. Deadline is April 1.
Explore new announcements on Google’s machine learning products, including TensorFlow, JAX, and more. Learn about the tools that push state-of-the-art research and how you can use them in your ML applications.
Get started with Google Dev Library to find inspiration on how to use Google technologies. Search for open source projects, learn from other developers, and submit your latest projects so that others can learn from you.
Registration is now open for Hash Code, Google's team coding competition. Developers of all skill levels can apply to team up and solve a real Google engineering problem. Deadline is February 23.

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