Google Developer Day - After Japan, Ready for Brazil and Europe

OCT 21, 2010
Google Developer Day Japan on September 28 welcomed 1700 attendees across Tokyo and a satellite location in Kyoto.

During our keynote presentation, we shared updates and demos for each of our global priority areas: Android, Chrome & HTML5 and Cloud Computing. To watch the keynote video, go to (keynote starts 5 minutes in, some parts will be in Japanese). Thanks to our Japanese developer community, Japan is the 2nd largest global market for Android app uploads and App Engine usage. We were happy to share that worldwide, Android is now at 200,000 activations per day and App Engine is at 90,000 active developers per month. We announced an open source font for Mac OS and support for the Japanese Transliteration API.

We also welcomed over 30 Sandbox developers and hosted 22 technical sessions, with speakers from both Google Mountain View and Google Tokyo. Two additional highlights at GDD Japan were the Android-based Android robot, built by one of the Sandbox developers, and the Chrome bento lunch box.

Coming up very soon are the rest of our Developer Days, which will take place on:
Agenda details for all cities are now available on our website. Please feel free to read up and start planning your day with us!

Our GTUGs in Europe are planning hackathons the day before Developer Day, so be sure to find out more information on our country blogs and Twitter:
Overall, we saw enormous demand for invitations to Google Developer Day. We do wish we could invite more of you, and please stay in touch with us here on the Code blog and your local developer blogs.

Here again are our official hashtags: #gdd2010jp, #gddbr, #gddde, #gddru, #gddcz. We look forward to hearing your thoughts!