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Presentation: "Keynote: Google+ and building for the social web: context, connections and code"

Time: Friday 17:00 - 17:50 / Location: Grote Zaal

Nowadays people believe every app or webapp is better if it's social. However it's not enough to just sprinkle a few buttons on your web page or copy functionality you saw elsewhere. You have to understand your user's context. You have to understand the kinds of connections that make sense for your product. You have to understand the implications of the developer experience you provide. Then you have to make all of this work together as your product evolves.

Keywords: Google, Google+, Developer Experience, Social, APIs, Web
Target Audience: Developers, Project Managers and Product Managers working on APIs or products that incorporate a social element.

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Ade Oshineye, Senior Developer Advocate at Google

Ade Oshineye

Biography: Ade Oshineye

Ade is a Senior Developer Advocate in Google's London office and works on the Google+ project. Over the last decade he's worked on trading systems for a variety of investment banks as well as on Google's advertising and mobile search systems. He's also the co-author of "Apprenticeship Patterns": a book that teaches you how to learn to be a great programmer.

Twitter: @ade_oshineye