If you're interested in developing with any of the many Google APIs, you may want to mark May 31st on your calendar. That's when Google is hosting their Google Developer Day 2007 in ten cities around the world. It gives you a chance to meet the Google developer product teams, maybe learn more about GData, KML, or, just tell Google what you want.
Highlights by location include:
- In Beijing: Guido Van Rossum, creator of the Python programming language, now Google engineer
- In London: Chris DiBona, Google open source programs manager
- In Tokyo: Google engineering manager and Apache Software Foundation chairman, Greg Stein
- In Madrid: Google data APIs technical lead Mark Stahl
- In Sydney: Google Maps senior engineer Lars Rasmussen