Google Developers Newsletter - March 2019

Google Developers
March, 2019
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Google Cloud Next ‘19

 
Join us April 9-11 in San Francisco to learn about Google Cloud Platform and take your pick of hundreds of technical sessions . You’ll meet people who are using GCP to solve problems like yours.

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Android / Google Play

  • Android Jetpack Workmanager 1.0 Stable is live! Learn how to simplify scheduling tasks.
  • The Android Studio team hosted a Reddit AMA focused on Android Studio updates and Project Marble. Check it out .
  • Want to learn even more about Project Marble? Go behind the scenes .
  • Preview Android Studio on your Chromebook and use top tools, editors, and Android Studio while still getting the speed, simplicity, and security of Chrome OS.
  • Learn about the latest updates to the Android App Bundle , including the new additional languages install API.
  • The new mobile game developer hub helps you build Android games on Unity and create stronger relationships with your players.
  • Indie Games Showcase —Google Play’s competition celebrating indie game developers from Europe, Japan, and South Korea—is now taking submissions.
  • Infinite Studio doubled user engagement and grew active installations by 55% after bringing their Infinite Painter app to wider, more immersive screens on Chrome OS devices. Learn more here.
  • Flutter’s new YouTube channel is up and running—complete with 3 original shows to give you the ins and outs and building apps with a single codebase.
  • It’s your last chance to try your luck in Flutter Create! Build an inspiring and innovative app using 5KB or less of Dart code. Enter now for a chance to win $10,000.

Firebase / Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

  • Meet members of the developer community and boost your skills at a Google Cloud Study Jam near you.
  • Learn more about machine learning on GCP in this 5-week online course.
  • Check out Google’s fast-paced crash course on machine learning with TensorFlow APIs.
  • If you can’t make it to San Francisco for Google Cloud Next ‘19, Next OnAir is the perfect solution.

Web

  • Chrome Lite Pages just launched with faster, leaner web experiences.
  • Join Chrome Developer Advocates, Katie Hempenius and Houssein Djirdeh for the first #AskChrome livestream. Register now!
 

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