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Google Wave is a open source tool for communication and collaboration on the web that has enormous potential in many areas such as distributed collaboration, online education and health-care. Small/Medium businesses and non-profit organizations, which cannot easily afford large commercial systems, may find it particularly useful. Check it out here: http://wave.google.com/

This group is open to everyone but geared more towards users, so come check it out!

This month, Austin Chau and Pamela Fox from Google will present a talk on the new Google Robot API.

630-700pm: Networking

700-800pm: Presentation By Austin and Pamela, Q&A

Pamela Fox loves to teach other developers how to use Google APIs. She spent her first 3 years at Google supporting the Maps API community, and now focuses her time on helping the rapidly growing Wave APIs community. In her free time, she likes to play around with any one of Google’s 60+ APIs, make drawings on her new Android phone, and learn the dance steps from pop music videos.

Austin Chau has been working at Google for three years. The API products that he had supported includes Google Gears, Google Calendar, and now he mainly spends his time surfing the Google Wave. In his spare time, he loves watching basketball and eating out.

800-830pm: Discussion

830-900pm: Networking

Official Website: http://www.parisoma.com/2010/03/sf-google-wave-meetup

Added by parisoma1436 on March 10, 2010