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PyCon 2019 | A Snake in the Bits: Security Automation with Python Speaker: Moses Schwartz, Andy Culler Security incident response is an intense, high stress, high skill job that relies heavily on human judgement. Despite that, for reasons that we can’t begin to understand, a big part of an incident responder’s job seems to be …

Google I/O 2019 | Android Jetpack: Understand the CameraX Camera-Support Library Learn how to get started with the new CameraX support library in Jetpack, which provides the best support across a wide selection of Android Camera hardware with minimal effort to integrate machine learning.   Speakers: Vinit Modi, James Fung, Franklin Wu, Trevor McGuire Session …

Google I/O 2019 | Build Interactive Games for the Google Assistant Learn how to design and develop immersive gaming experiences for the Google Assistant. We’ll share new features and best practices to help you create interactive Actions for different devices supported by the Google Assistant.   Speakers: Leon Nicholls and John Hsu Session ID: TCA674

Google I/O 2019 | Smart Home 101: How to Develop for the Connected Home Come learn the fundamentals of building a thoughtful smart home. This session covers updates on the latest tools and capabilities of our smart home API, along with how developers and device makers alike can benefit from deeper integrations with the Google …

Google I/O 2019 | Chrome OS Accessibility for Android Developers Developing for tablets and Chrome OS means designing for accessibility. This talk will highlight the accessibility features found in Chrome OS and Android and how users rely on them. This session will also deep dive into what Android developers need to know in order to …

News that numerous cathedrals are offering short courses in Latin is a reminder of the long decline of the language over the years. It was a core subject in the British education system until fairly recently – and not because anyone planned to speak it, of course. It was believed to offer valuable training for …

Google I/O 2019 | Building for iOS with Flutter In this talk, you’ll learn how to put Flutter’s Cupertino package to work building interfaces that iOS users will enjoy, plus some techniques for keeping as much of your code multi-platform as possible. You’ll also get a deep dive into how to access iOS platform APIs …

Google I/O 2019 | What’s New in Architecture Components Learn the latest changes in Architecture Components as well as new libraries for 2019.   Speakers: Yigit Boyar, Sumir Kataria, Sergey Vasilinetc, Daniel Santiago Rivera Session ID: T2BBA9

Overview This guide contains instructions on how to install and do basic configuration of a MySQL database. At the time of this writing, the stable version is 5.7.   Prerequisites Operating System: Ubuntu 18.04 Access to a Terminal or Shell Console (Need proper and consistent term for this)   Installation via Package Manager 01. Open …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | Education Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Cloud Native Application Development, Delivery and Persistent Storage We will focus on 3 major topics in this technical, interactive session around application development, delivery and persistent storage in cloud native environments. Through demos, and new product/feature announcements, we will cover: – Building an …