• Drift Life #39 – TEST 2JZ 700HP, Ostatnie upalanie Dzika
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    Drift Life #39 – TEST 2JZ 700HP, Ostatnie upalanie Dzika

    Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. Hello, everyone. The way JZ sounds, and the sequel to that sounds amazing. I sold over 3 tickets already on stage. Can I do it? I can’t do it? Can I do it? I can’t do it at the end anyway. HI! Hello Hi, I’m Daniel. HI, I’m Asia. HI, I’m Kornelia. Hi, I’am Adam. Hi, I’am Asia. Hi, I’am Kornelia. Hello, I’am Paweł. Hi, I’am Adam. HI, I’am Paweł. Nice to meet you. Hi. We are just on Autodrom Pomerania doing DRIFT TAXI. Among other things, there will be Adam RUBIK Zalewski and we go to check out his car at the beginning.…

  • Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 1)
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    Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 1)

    man: Good evening, everybody. Wow, it’s standing room only back there. I’m going to get started, so everybody take a seat, if you want. Thanks for coming out this evening. Today is App Engine’s first birthday. [cheers and applause] It’s been one year– Thanks. It’s been one year since we launched App Engine, and so today–tonight is a perfect time to tell you about a bunch of new features that we’re going to be launching. But before we do that, I want to take a quick look back at what we’ve done over the past year. I want to give you a brief refresher about the design goals for App…

  • Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 7)
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    Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 7)

    [applause] Gibbs: Thanks, guys. Well, you know, thus far I’ve told you about two parts of our end to end Java story this far tonight. I’ve told you about our Eclipse integration, which allows you to build all of this in one single location. And I told you about our Java language support for App Engine, which gives you a place to deploy it. But that’s only actually told you about half the story, building the back end of your application. The other half, building your front end, has some serious challenges too. If you’ve ever built a modern web application before, you know you have to deal with a…

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    Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 9)

    [applause] Gibbs: Thanks. You know, that actually ends our tour through our end to end Java support for App Engine and our campfire one tonight. Now what have I shown you this evening? What have we talked about? Well, I talked about some new features that we put out for App Engine, namely the ability to purchase additional resources, our cron support for scheduled tasks, the ability to import and export large amounts of data, and the ability to access data that’s behind the firewall. Then I told you a little bit more about our early look at end to end Java support. That includes Java Runtime for App Engine,…

  • Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 5)
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    Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 5)

    Bowers: Thanks, Kevin. [applause] So I’m gonna walk you through a quick tour of what it’s like to develop an app on the App Engine SDK for Java. And in the spirit of our birthday and our demo last year, I’m gonna do that in the context of a very simple guestbook application. So, this application, uh, if you were here last year, you remember we simply enter in a post. We’ll, uh, just say, “Hello Campfire One.” And this is going to– uh, it’s a simple HTML form. It’s going to post to a servlet. Save that to the data store, redirect back, and then list out the entries…

  • Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 8)
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    Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 8)

    Thanks a lot. You know, that was pretty cool. But I’d actually like to see something that uses Google Web Toolkit a bit more and App Engine more to sort of test the limits and shows exactly how easy Google Web Toolkit makes it to build very rich, powerful web applications. So to do that, I’d like to invite up Iein from Appirio who’s been working on some applications using Google Web Toolkit and App Engine. He’ll show them to you now. Thanks, Kevin. So I’m Iein Valdez, a product manager and developer with Appirio. If you haven’t heard of us, we helped some of the largest companies in the…

  • Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 3)
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    Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 3)

    [applause] Woollen: Thanks, Kevin. My name is Mark Woollen. I’m responsible for our Social CRM products at Oracle. Today, we have over 5 million customers using our CRM applications all around the world. Now our customers do use a large variety of personal productivity tools. And they’re also always looking for open standards-based ways that they can connect their Oracle data to the growing set of third party applications that reside in the cloud. Now the Google Secure Data Connector helps us solve this problem. If you look at the slide over here, what you’ll see is the Google Secure Data Connector interacting with a Siebel CRM server that sits…

  • Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 6)
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    Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 6)

    [applause] Gibbs: Great. Thanks, Andrew. You know, that was a pretty cool demo. But actually, I’d like to take that up a notch and show you something that I think is even more impressive. So what I’m gonna do now is I’d like to call up Jay and Animesh from IBM. And what they’re gonna do is they’re gonna take the same App that you just saw Andrew write, the same Guest Book App, and without modifying a line of code, they’re gonna deploy that App on premise to the IBM WebSphere application server that’s right on this box here. So, guys, have at it. Subrahmonia: Thanks, Kevin. Hi. I’m…

  • Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 4)
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    Campfire One: App Engine’s 1st Birthday (pt. 4)

    [applause] Kevin Gibbs: Great. Thanks a lot, Mike. Well, I want to talk about one more thing about SDC before I move on, and that’s integration. Now, if any of you have worked with web services before, you know that there are a lot of different types and a lot of different formats, and integrating is not always easy. To help with that, something that we’ve done is we’ve worked with a number of Enterprise partners to create connectors for SDC, that make it easy to work with the Enterprise software packages that you already have. There are already 50 connectors available, and if there’s an Enterprise software package you’re…