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Google Maptoberfest

Celebrating developer innovation
October 29, 2014 | San Francisco, CA

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Welcome to Google Maptoberfest!

Join us in San Francisco on October 29 and celebrate Google Maps innovation led by developers. See how other developers have transformed their apps and sites using maps. Learn how Google is enabling new possibilities for developers, from enhanced personalization to analyzing data at massive scale. Register for Maptoberfest and join our community of developers who are exploring location-enabled technology. Please note that all event attendees must register for this event.

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  • 5:00p
    Doors Open. Developer Showcase begins featuring 3rd party developers who are incorporating maps into their technology. See how developers are using Google Maps APIs and content to build amazing apps, improve customer insights, and grow new location use cases for consumers and businesses. Meet with the Google team to preview newly launched API features and ask questions about implementation.
  • 6:00p
    The celebration kicks-off with a brief address from Brian McClendon, Vice President, Google Maps and Google Earth. Hear about the early days of Google Maps, his background as an engineer, and about emerging location-enabled opportunities for developers. Grab some food and refreshments, while experiencing new maps-powered technology from Google.
  • 9:00p
    Time to say goodbye, but don’t forget to take home a special gift.

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Meet the man behind the map


Brian McClendon

Vice President,
Google Maps and Google Earth

Brian McClendon leads the Google Maps team, which includes Google Maps for Mobile, Google Earth, Street View, Waze, and Google’s local business efforts. Google Maps services are used by more than 1 billion people every month. In September, Brian received the Champions of the Earth award from the United Nations Environmental Programme.

Brian joined Google in 2004 via the acquisition of Keyhole, the precursor to Google Earth, which he co-founded. He also built advanced computer graphics hardware and software at Silicon Graphics. He holds ten patents, including ones for KML, the open standard for displaying geospatial data on web-based maps.

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See you in the Dogpatch

Obscura Digital, San Francisco Office
729 Tennessee St.
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 227-9979

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