We're taking bets out here on what the next protester will be complaining about. My money's on Google's overwhelming reliance on primary colors for mobile design.
Cloud tracing gives devs reports, to compare latency before and after change.
Debugging code = watching paint dry
Cloud debugging is a new tool. It won't mean much to many of you, but if you code, this could make your life much, much easier.
Very deep in the woods here, talking about code and applications running on tens or hundreds of servers.
We're deep in API-ville again, talking about cloud saving. There's code on the screen. Moments like this, you remember that Google I/O is at heart meant to be a developer's conference, not a consumer show.
"This is about as peaceful an application as I know how to build" - Greg... lost the last name. sorry.
"Wake the fuck up!" he says as he's escorted out.
"building machines that kill people"
"You all work for a company that is going to build machines that kill people." Another protester who apparently didn't get the message about Boston Dynamics dropping their government contracts.
Screaming about Google "building totalitarian machines that kill people."
And the second protestor! "You all work for a totalitarian company that works for the CIA and NSA!"
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.