Session videos from Google I/O 2010 now available

If you were unable to attend the Google I/O conference this year, Google has now posted videos from virtually all of the sessions and speeches during the event. In particular, they’ve just released all of the session videos for the Geo-related items. Here they are:
Stepping up: Porting v2 JavaScript Maps API applications to v3
Daniels Lee

Where you at? Connecting your users with the places around them
Marcelo Camelo, Chris Lambert, Dave Wang (Booyah)

Moving beyond markers: Advanced Maps API customization
Jez Fletcher, David Day

Fireside chat with the Geo team
Thor Mitchell, Peter Birch, Matt Holden, Ben Appleton, Bart Locanthi, Thatcher Ulrich

Mapping in 3D: Tips and tricks for Google Earth API and KML
Josh Livni, Mano Marks

Map once, map anywhere: Developing geospatial applications for both desktop and mobile
Mano Marks

Unleash your map data: Cloud computing for geospatial applications
Tom Manshreck

The SketchUp 3D API: Working with 3D geospatial data
Matt Lowrie

How Maps API v3 came to be: Tips, tricks, and lessons learned in developing a cross platform desktop and mobile API
Susannah Raub, Marc Ridey

If you’re looking for more, you can find all of the videos on this page.

About Mickey Mellen

Mickey has been using Google Earth since it was released in 2005, and has created a variety of geo-related sites including Google Earth Hacks. He runs a web design firm in Marietta, GA, where he lives with his wife and two kids.

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