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Google G|India 2012 Chennai

I got chance to attend G|India 2012 Chennai edition. Here are my selected tweets from the event.

Reached venue. #gindia twitter.com/jishnu7/status…

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012


#ginida twitter.com/jishnu7/status…

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012

Session: Key Note

Waiting for keynote to start. #gindia twitter.com/jishnu7/status…

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012


Google has an internal site called “Google Who”, any employee can see what others are doing, their todo list, todays plans etc.#gindia

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 21, 2012


Jelly Bean Guy is here.. twitter.com/jishnu7/status…

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012


Google guys hired someone to show jelly bean features!! #gindia

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012

Session: App engine

#gindia App engine presentation. Please let him complete presentation. Questions can be asked later.

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012


One uncle confused app engine with google apps and demands the Googler why they reduced free emails from 50 to 10. #gindia

— Pranav Reddy (@ipranav) July 20, 2012


@ipranav It was me who explained! :P

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012


Jelly Bean update download complete. Flashing 4.0.4 stock build back, so that I can upgrade. Thanks free Wi-Fi, #gindia

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012

Session: G+ API

Got a chance go ask G+ developers why they are not opening API to write contents. #gindia

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012


@nileshgr they will make api write permission only to private circles, not public. Said, they are learning from mistakes other people did.

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 21, 2012


G+ API session was a hangout API session. #gindia

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012

Session: Engineering opportunities

To be in Google get strong with fundamentals. #gindia

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012

Session: Panel Discussion- Product development challenges

Minimum viable product is an important factor in any new project or project idea. #gindia

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012


Build your product in a way that you are going to charge users. Then give it for free. That will improve product quality. #gindia

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012


Users first. Money second. #gindia

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012

My Conclusions

#GIndia, most of the sessions were 101. I was expecting at least one coding session.

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012


But got chance to see many Googlers, and meet few. #gindia

— Jishnu (@jishnu7) July 20, 2012