With close to 50 Google APIs in our directory and the single most popular API for mashups, Google is building a large developer ecosystem. And with whole new platforms like Android and AppEngine, there's a lot for developers to learn about. So, coming later this spring Google will be hosting their second annual multi-day developer event in San Francisco: Google I/O, May 27-28. Last year's I/O Event drew over 3,000 developers and featured the launch of AppEngine. This year's recently announced event looks to be bigger and broader with 80+ sessions including:
Seevl is a new kind of music discovery engine. It allows you to find how artists are similar to each other and which artists are most similar to each other, among other things. It also allows you to comment on the notes about artists within the database. This is all well and good, but better yet, it has the Seevl API, allowing developers to integrate Seevi into their own applications.