Android 12 Beta 5
is available now. Get your apps ready, as the official release is coming soon.
app experiences developers have built with YouTube to optimize for foldable devices.
the underlying features of high performing apps and how to attain app excellence through stability, quick loading, fast rendering, and more.
tips from top developers about how battle passes can boost engagement and monetization in your game.
Android Study Jams North America hosted by the Developer Communities across the U.S. and Canada through December 31, 2021.
Firebase / Google Cloud
version 9 of the Firebase SDK is now generally available.
about Crashlytics improvements for game developers with improved NDK Reliability, higher quality NDK Stack Traces, easier NDK Integration, and more.
the newest datasets, see best practices, and review the latest trends in Google Cloud.
Virtual API Jam Fundamentals
workshop on October 13 to start learning how to use API programs on the Apigee API Management Platform.
by October 27 for the
Virtual API Jam on API Management
course to use Apigee’s advanced features to support cases like policy reuse, global policy management, and intelligence routing.
ML / AI
TensorFlow Similarity (in beta), a python package designed to make it easy and fast to train similarity models using TensorFlow.
model performance with TensorFlow Lite’s XNNPACK backend with new support for quantized inference.
what you can do with ML in the browser, from self-driving cars to VTubers, at the next
TensorFlow.js Show & Tell
livestreaming October 1 at 9 AM PST.
how Waze uses TFX and Vertex AI to simplify their ML stack and scale production-ready pipelines.
TFLite Model Maker and the Task Library to fine-tune and deploy audio classification models to your app with a few lines of code.
Google Maps Platform
upon Google Maps Platform with the OpenAPI 3 specification, published on GitHub.
the Google Maps Platform APIs with a public Postman collection.
Head of Developer Relations for Google Maps Platform, Mike Pegg, answer developers' live questions in the latest episode of
Between the Brackets
how to enable the latest cloud-based maps styling features in this Geocasts video.
the possibilities unlocked by WebGL-powered maps features with Alex Muramoto's explanation of the new available demos.
Open Source and Misc
multithreaded applications written in other languages to WebAssembly and run code on multiple cores to significantly reduce execution time.
better performance and stability on Chromebooks for your Unity Android game or app by building for x86 in Unity 2020 and 2021.
your Android game for Chromebooks by watching this talk from the Google for Games Developer Summit.
about a more personalized approach to control a drone using gesture recognition with MediaPipe.
g.co/kickstart to boost your coding skills, practice problems, and register for this global online coding competition with rounds throughout the year.
Developer Community / BIPOC Partner Highlights
the Exchange with Google Developers pilot with #DevFest community organizers facilitating mentoring sessions and mentors sharing their knowledge. Pilot runs October 15 through November 15, 2021.
the top 10 finalists in this year’s #DeveloperStudentClubs Solution Challenge share their best tips for student developers.
to know the winners of the #IndieGamesFestival and the class of talented game creators from the #IndieGamesAccelerator.
about how Google Developer Group NYC has partnered with a local non profit to help them shift to a digital first world using Google Cloud technology.
Yara, the Developer Student Club lead from Egypt, who became a machine learning expert within a year and one of the first women in her club to pass the TensorFlow
a new campaign by Women Techmakers to hear stories, journeys, and tips from Black women and what it means to be Black in tech.
on demand #ICYM the Google Cloud Accelerator Canada: Demo Day 2021. #BuildWhatsNext
Google Cloud Next ‘21
Register for Next '21, Google Cloud's free flagship event happening from October 12–14, for live Q&As, breakout sessions, immersive demos, keynotes from leaders like Thomas Kurian and Urs Hölzle, and more.
We’re committed to showcasing Black developers’ work in the development space.
your BIPOC projects, products, organizations, and upcoming community events - no matter where they are in the world - to be considered in the next Google Developers newsletter.