That's impressive growth, that the company was able to grow, and handle that kind of growth that quickly, without making any hardware investments.
We've got another protester.
Rising Star uses BigQuery
1000x growth in last two months
Secret built with one backend dev.
Seeing huge price drops on Google's cloud offerings, thanks to Moore's law. That's something that, hopefully, continues until this stuff becomes next to free. Imagine the potential of unlimited, online, storage for free.
Moore's Law in the cloud:
Caffeine levels dropping...
Photographers are starting to yell at each other to sit down. Tensions flaring. Bladders filling...
Google now offers compute options, for remote execution. Storage, including cloud SQL, and cloud endpoints and the like for remote apps.
He's talking about Google Cloud Platform.
Who wants in on the Google Cloud? That's the next topic.
Those middle school students are in the audience today. Standing ovation from the audience.
Huge applause! Standing ovation from those without laptops on their laps.
And they're all here today, from Texas!
Google is really pushing its more altruistic side.
Seeing some inspirational developer stories here, a team of middle school female devs who wrote an app for a blind student to get around. *sniff*
kids are part of the video
"Native Office" sounds boring, but let me say, the on-stage demo was fantastic. Open a Word file, edit it without conversion, save it automatically back as a Word file for whomever sent it to you in the first place. Nice, invisible user-centric design work here.
Interesting factoid from video: there are more people using duolingo to learn a second language than people in the entire US school system.
Talking about using Google services at work.