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Demystifying Android Accessibility Development (Google I/O’19) Demystifying Android Accessibility Development (Google I/O’19)

PHIL WEAVER: Good morning. Thank you for coming. To everyone on the Livestream, thank you for watching. Thank you for your interest in accessibility. My name’s Phil Weaver. I’m here with Qasid Sadiq and Isha Bobra. And we want to talk to you this morning about demystifying Android accessibility development. And what we mean by…

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How To Use Android 4 Tablets – Basics Of The Operating System – Tutorial For Android How To Use Android 4 Tablets – Basics Of The Operating System – Tutorial For Android

Hi and welcome to the video. You’re looking at Android on a tablet PC. The Android operating system is Google’s operating system and it’s recently been evolved to work much more smoothly on tablet PCs. Now in this video we’re going to look at the very basics of using Android on a tablet PC. So…

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What’s new in Android security (Google I/O ’18) What’s new in Android security (Google I/O ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] DAVE KLEIDERMACHER: Hello, and welcome to the Android P edition of what’s new in Android security. My name is Dave. I lead mobile security here at Google. And in a few minutes, I’ll hand it over to Xiaowen, who is the lead security product manager for the Android platform. We have a lot…

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Android Wear UI Development Best Practices (Google I/O ’17) Android Wear UI Development Best Practices (Google I/O ’17)

AGA MADURSKA: Hello, my name is Aga, and I’m one of the TLs on the Android Wear Support Library. OLI LAN: And I’m Oli Lan. I’m the lead engineer for watch faces on the Android Wear. It’s great to be here. We’re excited to tell you about some new things to help you build apps…

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What’s it like to be a Software Engineer? — Ask a Googler What’s it like to be a Software Engineer? — Ask a Googler

Hi, I’m Adrienne Porter Felt and I’m a software engineer and manager on the Google Chrome team. I think of myself kind of like a fairy godmother. I go around the Chrome team spreading the joy of two things: the first is usable security and the second is data-driven product development. Over the last five…

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Android Design in Action: Responsive Design Android Design in Action: Responsive Design

ROMAN NURIK: Hello, and welcome to Android Design in Action. My name is Roman Nurik, With me here today is– ADAM KOCH: Hi guys, Adam Koch. And over in London– NICK BUTCHER: Hi, Nick Butcher. ROMAN NURIK: So today, unlike most days on the show– most Tuesdays on the show– we’re not actually going to…

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Meet Software Engineers Who Build Google’s Tools and Infrastructure Meet Software Engineers Who Build Google’s Tools and Infrastructure

My name is Karin Lundberg. My name is Tim Leahy and I’m a software engineer in tools and infrastructure, also called SETI for short. A SETI is a software engineer first and foremost. We develop code. The difference between a SETI and a traditional software engineer is that our customers are actually other engineers, so…

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What’s new in Android accessibility (Google I/O ’18) What’s new in Android accessibility (Google I/O ’18)

[THEME MUSIC] VICTOR TSARAN: Hello, everyone. AUDIENCE: Hi! VICTOR TSARAN: Fabulous. My name is Victor Tsaran. I’m an Android accessibility technical program manager, and we’re super happy that you decided to spend the next 40 minutes of your time at this conference with us learning about accessibility and about related work we do at Google.…

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Using an iPad (or Android tablet) with your Smartboard Using an iPad (or Android tablet) with your Smartboard

So, you’ve got an iPad. Or maybe you’ve got an Android tablet. You’ve got a SMART Board. You would think all this modern technology You can use them all together. But it’s not real obvious on how to do that. So, I’m going to go over a few ways In which we can do that.…

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