Supporting the growing Google Drive developer community: Google Drive Workshops

Tuesday, November 27, 2012 | 3:14 PM

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Since the public unveiling of the Google Drive SDK in April, companies like Lucidchart or HelloFax have built powerful, slick, useful Google Drive apps, and many more companies are launching compelling integrations every day. During this time, our developer community — especially on Stack Overflow — has grown substantially.

To help support our growing developer community and all the interest in integrating with Google Drive, we’re starting a series of Google Drive developer workshops. For the inaugural event, we are hosting several companies — including Shutterfly, Fedex, Autodesk, Twisted Wave, 1DollarScan and Manilla — to participate in a two-day workshop this week at the Googleplex in Mountain View, California.

During this workshop, Google engineers will be on hand to assist attendees with various parts of their Google Drive integration: things like design and implementation of features, authorization flow, and Android integration. Companies have shown that the Google Drive SDK allows for deep integration in just a couple days and we really hope that attendees of this workshop will enjoy a similar experience. Tune back in later this week to find out more about what we learned and accomplished in our workshop.

If you are interested in attending similar Google Drive workshops near you or if you want to contact the Google Drive team about a potential integration with your product, let us know.

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Nicolas Garnier joined Google’s Developer Relations in 2008 and lives in Zurich. He is a Developer Advocate for Google Drive and Google Apps. Nicolas is also the lead engineer for the OAuth 2.0 Playground.

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