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google/data-transfer-project: The Data Transfer Project makes it easy for people to transfer their data between online service providers. We are establishing a common framework, including data models and protocols, to enable direct transfer of data both i
The Data Transfer Project makes it easy for people to transfer their data between online service providers. We are establishing a common framework, including data models and protocols, to enable direct transfer of data both into and out of participating online service providers.
Google  google_opensource  GitHub_Repos 
6 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Google takes on Yubico and builds its own hardware security keys | TechCrunch
Google today announced it is launching its own hardware security keys for two-factor authentication. These so-called Titan Security Keys will go up against similar keys from companies like Yubico, which Google has long championed as the de facto standard for hardware-based two-factor authentication for Gmail and other services.
Google  TechCrunch 
august 2018 by GameGamer43
Building the Google Photos Web UI – Google Design – Medium
A few years ago I had the privilege of being an engineer on the Google Photos team and part of the initial launch in 2015. A lot of people contributed to the product — designers, product managers, researchers, and countless engineers (across Android, iOS, Web, and the server) to name just some of the major roles. My responsibility was the web UI, and more specifically the photo grid.
Google  Google_Photos  Google_Design 
july 2018 by GameGamer43
Assessing Loading Performance in Real Life with Navigation and Resource Timing  |  Web Fundamentals  |  Google Developers
Chances are good you've opened your browser's dev tools at some point, used the network panel (or perhaps even Lighthouse) to assess performance, and discovered opportunities for improvement. Then you've refactored code, improved performance, watched metrics improve, and congratulated yourself. A job well done!
Google  Web_Development_Documentation  web_development  Web_Performance 
june 2018 by GameGamer43
Google Testing Blog: Code Health: Understanding Code In Review
It's easy to assume that a developer who sends you some code for review is smarter than you'll ever be, and that's why you don't understand their code.
Code_Review  Google 
may 2018 by GameGamer43
Alphabet's 'Outline' Homebrew VPN Software Offers Open-Source, Easy Set-Up Privacy You Control | WIRED
A virtual private network, that core privacy tool that encrypts your internet traffic and bounces it through a faraway server, has always presented a paradox: Sure, it helps you hide from some forms of surveillance, like your internet service provider's snooping and eavesdroppers on your local network. But it leaves you vulnerable to a different, equally powerful spy: Whoever controls the VPN server you're routing all your traffic through.
VPN  Google  Wired 
april 2018 by GameGamer43
13 Noteworthy Points from Google’s JavaScript Style Guide
For anyone who isn’t already familiar with it, Google puts out a style guide for writing JavaScript that lays out (what Google believes to be) the best stylistic practices for writing clean, understandable code.
Google  javascript  FreeCodeCamp  programming 
april 2018 by GameGamer43
Train Your Machine Learning Models on Google’s GPUs for Free — Forever
Training your model is hands down the most time consuming and expensive part of machine learning. Training your model on a GPU can give you speed gains close to 40x, taking 2 days and turning it into a few hours. However, this normally comes at a cost to your wallet.
Google  MachineLearning  Machine_Learning  DeepLearning  Deep_Learning  Google_Cloud_Platform  HackerNoon 
march 2018 by GameGamer43
Google parent's free DIY VPN: Alphabet's Outline keeps out web snoops | ZDNet
Alphabet's Jigsaw unit has released a new VPN service for news organizations to protect writers from prying eyes.
Alphabet_Outline  Google  ZDNet  VPN  Privacy  Privacy_Tools 
march 2018 by GameGamer43
Running Remote Design Sprints | AUTOMATTIC DESIGN (FLOW RIP)
I lead a team of designers who work on and other products. Last year, my team ran our first design sprint together in-person at a team meetup. It was a great way to kick off a new project and we became instant fans of the format.
Automattic  Google  Google_Ventures 
march 2018 by GameGamer43
Lessons Learned Running Our First Remote Design Sprint
Pivotal Labs applies the Google Ventures Sprint process with a remote design team and suggests how the framework can be improved.
Google  Google_Ventures  Pivotal_Labs 
march 2018 by GameGamer43
Apple confirms it uses Google cloud for iCloud
The collaboration is around storing iCloud users' data. There's no indication Apple is also relying on Google for additional computing work.
CNBC  Apple  Apple_Computers  Google  Google_Cloud_Platform 
february 2018 by GameGamer43
What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team - The New York Times
New research reveals surprising truths about why some work groups thrive and others falter.
Google  NYTimes 
november 2017 by GameGamer43
Inside the Daily Routine of Google CEO Sundar Pichai |
There was massive fallout at Google this week after a senior engineer, James Damore, released a controversial memo.
Inc  Inc.  Sundar_Pichai  Google 
august 2017 by GameGamer43
Why Google Stores Billions of Lines of Code in a Single Repository | July 2016 | Communications of the ACM
Early Google employees decided to work with a shared codebase managed through a centralized source control system. This approach has served Google well for more than 16 years, and today the vast majority of Google's software assets continues to be stored in a single, shared repository. Meanwhile, the number of Google software developers has steadily increased, and the size of the Google codebase has grown exponentially (see Figure 1). As a result, the technology used to host the codebase has also evolved significantly.
august 2017 by GameGamer43
Chade-Meng Tan explains the secret to his success at Google - Business Insider
Chade-Meng Tan was a Google engineer in 2007 when he started teaching his coworkers about mindfulness and emotional intelligence.
Google  BusinessInsider 
june 2017 by GameGamer43
Five Things I’ve Learned As A New Manager At Google
One Googler explains how she’s learned not to (just) be a “crap umbrella” for her team members.
Google  Management  FastCompany 
april 2017 by GameGamer43
Google Open Source –
Google believes that open source is good for everyone. By being open and freely available, it enables and encourages collaboration and the development of technology, solving real world problems.
Google  Google_Opensource 
march 2017 by GameGamer43
Here's how Google’s rival to Microsoft Office, G Suite, came together - Recode
It still has only a fraction of Microsoft’s market share, but Google is trying to catch up.
Google  Recode 
march 2017 by GameGamer43
How to Build a Product Loved by Millions and Get Acquired by Google: The Firebase Story
Firebase is an astounding tool. Hundreds of millions of people use Firebase -powered apps. The company started as backend-as-a-service for app developers that made real-time functionality simple for Shazam, NPR, SeatGeek, and hundreds of thousands of other apps. Since being acquired by Google in 2014, Firebase has expanded to become Google’s app development platform and an indispensable developer tool. The company that does so much to simplify developer’s lives began its life as something completely different.
Google_Firebase  Firebase  Google  HackerNoon 
march 2017 by GameGamer43
Color - Materialize
Created and designed by Google, Material Design is a design language that combines the classic principles of successful design along with innovation and technology. Google's goal is to develop a system of design that allows for a unified user experience across all their products on any platform.
CSS  web_development  Design  Google 
february 2017 by GameGamer43
Here are Google, Amazon and Facebook's Secrets to Hiring the Best People - The Cooper Review
Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Google, Amazon. These top tech companies each receive over a quadrillion resumes per year (source needed). So it’s safe to say they have a good process for choosing the best job candidates. But what is it?
Google  Amazon  Facebook  Hiring  Business  startup_information 
december 2016 by GameGamer43
Google Open Source Blog: Why I contribute to Chromium
I was recently recognized by Google for my contributions to Chromium and wanted to write a few words on why I contribute to the project, other rendering engines and the web platform in general. I also wanted to share how it helped me evolve as a developer and why more people should contribute to the web platform for their own benefit.
Chromium  google_opensource_blog  Google 
december 2016 by GameGamer43
Kubernetes 101 – Medium
During the good old days, you package your application as a .jar file, a script, a static binary or as deb/rpm package. Then you use configuration management tool to deploy them to servers.
Kubernetes  Google  DevOps 
december 2016 by GameGamer43
What Test Engineers do at Google: Building Test Infrastructure
In a recent post, we broadly talked about What Test Engineers do at Google. In this post, I talk about one aspect of the work TEs may do: building and improving test infrastructure to make engineers more productive.
november 2016 by GameGamer43
I just spent a day in a mindfulness program developed at Google and left with 5 key lessons
About five minutes before Search Inside Yourself was scheduled to start, I was running through New York City's Flatiron District, using half my mouth to chew a blueberry muffin and the other half to curse the fates for letting me oversleep by an hour.
Google  Health  BusinessInsider 
november 2016 by GameGamer43
› Google's "Director of Engineering" Hiring Test
Recently, I have been interviewed over the phone by a Google recruiter. As I qualified for the (unsolicited) interview but failed to pass the test, this blog post lists the questions and the expected answers. That might be handy if Google calls you one day.
Google  DirectorOfEngineering  Interview_Questions  interviewing  Technical_Interview 
october 2016 by GameGamer43
The inside story of Google’s bold bet on hardware
TheVerge  Google_Pixel  Google 
october 2016 by GameGamer43
I Hire Engineers At Google—Here's What I Look For (And Why)
This Googler explains how tech recruiting is becoming more holistic than it used to be, and what it takes to stand out.
Google  Hiring  Business  StartUp_Information 
august 2016 by GameGamer43
Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer on Selling a Company While Trying to Turn It Around
The CEO talks corporate motherhood, shareholders with competing priorities, and the struggle to make good choices great.
Marissa_Mayer  Yahoo  Bloomberg  Google 
august 2016 by GameGamer43
Using Code Snippets to Test, Save and Reuse JavaScript Code in Chrome Developer Tools
Google Chrome developer Tools has a code snippets feature that allows you to quickly write, test, save and re-use code snippets.
Google  Google_Chrome_Development_Tools  JavaScript 
july 2016 by GameGamer43
What if you could run the same, everywhere?
Is multi-cloud a pipe dream? I think not!
From startups to enterprises, despite material increases in efficiency and the price to performance ratio of the compute, network and storage resources we all use, infrastructure continues to come at substantial cost. It can also be a real risk driver; each implementation choice affects future scalability, service level and flexibility of the services being built. It’s fair to say that “future-proofing” should be the primary concern of every system architect.
Google  Google_Cloud_Platform 
july 2016 by GameGamer43
How To Brainstorm Like A Googler
This is the deceptively simple, three-step process Google uses to come up with its most innovative ideas.
Google  Business  StartUp_Information  FastCompany 
july 2016 by GameGamer43
Four Lessons On Work Culture That I Learned At Google
The cofounder of Google Analytics explains how he's borrowing what he liked best at Google to build his new startup's culture.
Google  FastCompany  Business  StartUp_Information 
may 2016 by GameGamer43
In Oracle v. Google, a Nerd Subculture Is on Trial
The problem with Oracle v. Google is that everyone actually affected by the case knows what an API is, but the whole affair is being decided by people who don’t, from the normals in the jury box to the normals at the Supreme Court—which declined to hear the case in 2015, on the advice of the normals at the Solicitor General’s office, who perhaps did not grasp exactly how software works.
Oracle_vs_Google  Oracle  Google  Google_Android  Java 
may 2016 by GameGamer43
What we learned from What we learned from Google: code reviews aren’t just for catching bugs What we learned from Google: code reviews aren’t just for catching bugs
A big chunk of the FullStory engineering team formerly worked at Google, where there is a famously strong emphasis on code quality. Perhaps the most important foundational tenet at the big G is a practice called code reviews, or, more precisely, “pre-commit” code reviews. We continue the practice at FullStory and hold it as sacrosanct.
FullStory  Google  Code_Review  Programming  Software_Engineering  Software_Development  from twitter_favs
may 2016 by GameGamer43
A culture exec who worked with Google and Intel shares 6 tips for building a killer workplace
Katie Burke knows what makes great company culture.

Throughout her career she has established culture-building initiatives for corporate giants including Google, Intel and MIT.

Now VP for culture and experience at HubSpot, Burke shared with Business Insider what she learned from working with these organisations.
Business  StartUp_Information  BusinessInsider  Google  Intel 
may 2016 by GameGamer43
Why Google App Engine rocks: A Google engineer’s take
In December 2011, I had been working for Google for nine years and was leading a team of 10 software developers, supporting the AdSense business. Our portfolio consisted of over 30 software systems, mostly web apps for business intelligence that had been built over the past decade, each on a stack that seemed like a good idea at the time. Some were state-of-the-art custom servers built on the (then) latest Google web server libraries and running directly on Borg. Some were a LAMP stack on a managed hosting service. Some were running as a cron job on someone’s workstation. Some were weird monsters, like a LAMP stack running on Borg with Apache customized to work with production load balancers and encryption. Things were breaking in new and wonderful ways every day. It was all we could do to keep the systems running — just barely.
Google_App_Engine  Google 
april 2016 by GameGamer43
Notes on Google's Site Reliability Engineering book
The book starts with a story about a time Margaret Hamilton brought her young daughter with her to NASA, back in the days of the Apollo program. During a simulation mission, her daughter caused the mission to crash by pressing some keys that caused a prelaunch program to run during the simulated mission. Hamilton submitted a change request to add error checking code to prevent the error from happening again, but the request was rejected because the error case should never happen.
Google  Google_Site_Reliability_Engineering_Book 
april 2016 by GameGamer43
Here’s How Google Makes Sure It (Almost) Never Goes Down
WHEN WAS THE last time you needed to Google something and Google wasn’t there?
Google  Wired 
april 2016 by GameGamer43
Your first Progressive Web App
Progressive Web Apps are experiences that combine the best of the web and the best of apps. They are useful to users from the very first visit in a browser tab, no install required. As the user progressively builds a relationship with the App over time, it becomes more and more powerful. It loads quickly, even on flaky networks, sends relevant push notifications, has an icon on the home screen and loads as a top-level, full screen experience.
Web_Development  Google 
april 2016 by GameGamer43
A Google exec shares her favorite job-interview question and what she looks for in every candidate
Google is one of the most sought-after places to work, thanks to its incredible perks, great pay, and appealing culture.
BusinessInsider  Hiring  Google 
april 2016 by GameGamer43
This is how Google annihilates hard drives it doesn't need anymore
It's hard to get a look inside Google's famous data centers — you'll need a security clearance, and there are iris scanners to make sure you can't get in if you don't have it. But Google has been pushing its cloud platform to new customers recently, so it released a fascinating eight-minute video that gives us a peek inside a data center.
Google  BusinessInsider 
march 2016 by GameGamer43
Falsehoods Programmers Believe About Phone Numbers
... and tips on how to use libphonenumber.

Given how ubiquitous phone numbers are and how long they've been around, it's surprising how many false assumptions programmers continue to make about them.
VOIP  Phone_Numbers  Google  GitHub_Repos 
march 2016 by GameGamer43
Google's Python Class
Welcome to Google's Python Class -- this is a free class for people with a little bit of programming experience who want to learn Python. The class includes written materials, lecture videos, and lots of code exercises to practice Python coding. These materials are used within Google to introduce Python to people who have just a little programming experience. The first exercises work on basic Python concepts like strings and lists, building up to the later exercises which are full programs dealing with text files, processes, and http connections. The class is geared for people who have a little bit of programming experience in some language, enough to know what a "variable" or "if statement" is. Beyond that, you do not need to be an expert programmer to use this material.
Google_Python  Python  Google  Online_Courses 
march 2016 by GameGamer43
What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team
New research reveals surprising truths about
why some work groups thrive and others falter.
NYTimes  Google  Team_Building 
february 2016 by GameGamer43
Google's HR boss explains the company's 4 rules for hiring the best employees
Each year, Google receives more than two million job applications from around the world and hires several thousand of those candidates.
Google  Human_Resources  Hiring  BusinessInsider 
february 2016 by GameGamer43
Seesaw v2 is a Linux Virtual Server (LVS) based load balancing platform.
Google_Opensource  GitHub_Repos  Load_Balancers  Google 
february 2016 by GameGamer43
Google's vision for the future of design
Google's Matias Duarte has a problem. In the next ten years he wants to replace the computer on your desk and the phone in your pocket with a smart, continuous mesh of information. But to do that, he's got to fundamentally change how everyone interacts with technology.
Google  Wired  Design  Google_Android 
december 2015 by GameGamer43
Google  FastCompany  Business  StartUp_Information  Time_Management 
december 2015 by GameGamer43
Google and Apple alum shares the surprising secret to being a good boss
Kim Scott (@kimballscott) has built her career around a simple goal: Creating bullshit-free zones where people love their work and working together.
Google  Apple  Apple_Computers  BusinessInsider  Business  Management 
december 2015 by GameGamer43
The five keys to a successful Google team
Pod. Work group. Committee. Autonomous collective. Whatever you call it, you’re part of one at Google and probably wherever you work: a team. So if we know what makes managers great, why don’t we know what makes a team great?
Google  Business  StartUp_Information 
november 2015 by GameGamer43
How Google Thinks About Hiring, Management And Culture
During Laszlo Bock’s nine years as Google’s SVP of People Operations, the company has won more than 100 awards for its employment practices.
TechCrunch  Google  Business 
october 2015 by GameGamer43
SafetyNet: Google's tamper detection
The Android Pay application got released a few days ago. Some people using rooted devices discovered that it refused to work. I have not looked into the AndroidPay app in detail, but this is highly likely to be related to SafetyNet attestation.
Google_Android  Google 
september 2015 by GameGamer43
A former Google exec on how to make tough decisions quickly
I’ve long believed that speed is the ultimate weapon in business. All else being equal, the fastest company in any market will win. Speed is a defining characteristic—if not the defining characteristic—of the leader in virtually every industry you look at.
Quartz  Google  Management  Decision_Making 
september 2015 by GameGamer43
FastCompany  Productivity  Google 
september 2015 by GameGamer43
Google  FastCompany 
august 2015 by GameGamer43
Waze founder tells us how its $1 billion sale to Google really went down
In the weeks that preceded Google's $1.15 billion purchase of Israeli map app Waze, there was a constant stream of leaks about the deal, and about a bidding war between Google, Facebook, and Apple.
BusinessInsider  Waze  Google 
august 2015 by GameGamer43
The neural networks behind Google Voice transcription
Over the past several years, deep learning has shown remarkable success on some of the world’s most difficult computer science challenges, from image classification and captioning to translation to model visualization techniques. Recently we announced improvements to Google Voice transcription using Long Short-term Memory Recurrent Neural Networks (LSTM RNNs)—yet another place neural networks are improving useful services. We thought we’d give a little more detail on how we did this.
Google_Voice  Voice_Recognition  Voice_Transcription  Google  Google_Research 
august 2015 by GameGamer43
How Google Invented An Amazing Datacenter Network Only They Could Create
Google with justly earned pride recently announced:

Today at the 2015 Open Network Summit, we are revealing for the first time the details of five generations of our in-house network technology. From Firehose, our first in-house datacenter network, ten years ago to our latest-generation Jupiter network, we’ve increased the capacity of a single datacenter network more than 100x. Our current generation — Jupiter fabrics — can deliver more than 1 Petabit/sec of total bisection bandwidth. To put this in perspective, such capacity would be enough for 100,000 servers to exchange information at 10Gb/s each, enough to read the entire scanned contents of the Library of Congress in less than 1/10th of a second.
Google  High_Scalability  Datacenters 
august 2015 by GameGamer43
Tool for launching a Linux process from a snapshot
Google_Opensource  Google  GitHub_Repos 
july 2015 by GameGamer43
Google Photos and the unguessable URL
That public web address is more secure than it looks
Google  Google_Photos  TheVerge 
july 2015 by GameGamer43
Code Golf at Google
Code golf is a type of programming competition where contestants strive to write the shortest code that solves a specific problem. Solutions are solely ranked by their code size as long as they pass all tests within certain time and space limits. This mostly sedentary recreational activity has nothing to do with swinging clubs on golf links other than the similarity between the two scoring systems, where lower is better.
Code_Golf  Google  Programming 
july 2015 by GameGamer43
8 things I learned interning at Google, Yelp, and Instagram
Over the past year, I was fortunate to intern at three companies in the San Francisco Bay Area — Google, Yelp, and Instagram (Facebook).
BusinessInsider  Google  Yelp  Instagram  Internships  Business 
july 2015 by GameGamer43
Time, technology and leaping seconds
Google’s Site Reliability team is responsible for keeping Google’s services and data centers up and running 24/7. In this post, you’ll hear about a project our Site Reliability Engineers took on to make sure that the fluctuations of time don’t adversely affect Google’s products and services. If you like this (detailed) glimpse at the tech behind the scenes, come back for more about this team’s work in the future. -Ed.
Google  NTP 
june 2015 by GameGamer43
Why Google Employees Quit
In 2008 Google HR set up a private Google Group to ask former employees why they left the company. We’ve been forwarded what appears to be authentic posts to the thread by a number of ex-Googlers, which we reprint below minus identifying information other than their first names.
Google  TechCrunch 
june 2015 by GameGamer43
Certificate TransparencyCertificate Transparency
Google's Certificate Transparency project fixes several structural flaws in the SSL certificate system, which is the main cryptographic system that underlies all HTTPS connections. These flaws weaken the reliability and effectiveness of encrypted Internet connections and can compromise critical TLS/SSL mechanisms, including domain validation, end-to-end encryption, and the chains of trust set up by certificate authorities. If left unchecked, these flaws can facilitate a wide range of security attacks, such as website spoofing, server impersonation, and man-in-the-middle attacks.
CertificateTransparency  Google  Google_Certificate_Transparency  SSL  SSL_Certificates 
june 2015 by GameGamer43
Why Google and Apple made their own programming languages
At its Worldwide Developer Conference next week, Apple is going to share a success story that a lot of people don't know about.
BusinessInsider  Google  Google_Go  Go  Go_Lang  Swift  SwiftLang  Apple_Swift  Programming  Programming_Languages  Compiler_Programming  Compilers  Apple  Apple_Computers 
june 2015 by GameGamer43
Guide for Technical Development
Having a solid foundation in Computer Science is important to become a successful Software Engineer. This guide is a suggested path for University students to develop their technical skills academically and non-academically through self paced hands-on learning. You may use this guide to determine courses to take, but please make sure you are taking courses required for your major in order to graduate. The online resources provided in this guide are not meant to replace courses available at your University. However, they may help supplement your learnings or provide an introduction to a topic.
Google  Computer_Science  Software_Development  Programming  Software_Engineering  Online_Courses 
may 2015 by GameGamer43
Google CEO Larry Page says Elon Musk is 'kind of homeless' in Silicon Valley and sometimes asks if he can sleep over
Elon Musk may have a net worth upward of $13 billion, but he is not above hitting up his friends to crash in their spare bedrooms.
Google  Larry_Page  Elon_Musk  BusinessInsider 
may 2015 by GameGamer43
We Tested How Googlebot Crawls Javascript And Here’s What We Learned
Think Google can't handle JavaScript? Think again. Contributor Adam Audette shares the results of a series of tests conducted by his colleagues at Merkle | RKG to examine how different JavaScript functions would be crawled and indexed by Google.
Google  JavaScript  Googlebot 
may 2015 by GameGamer43
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