Google Wave at I/O: Learn new APIs & Build your own Wave

JUN 07, 2010
Google Wave was first unveiled at Google I/O in 2009, alongside our first draft of Wave APIs and specifications for the open-source world. We worked hard this past year to bring you a host of new features on our first birthday at Google I/O 2010: open sign-ups, attachments and data APIs and open-sourcing of a significant Wave component, the rich text editor.

From seeing demos in the Wave pod in the Developer Sandbox to having conversations with attendees in person, we were excited to see all of the ways people are using Wave and the Google Wave Federation Protocol inside enterprises. It was extremely valuable for us to hear your questions and feedback in person and via the session waves.

For developers out there who weren't able to attend I/O in-person, we hope you can join in virtually by watching the recorded videos of the various talks.
In addition to the linked session titles where you'll find the videos and slides, you can also find all videos for Wave sessions in this YouTube playlist.

We welcome any follow-up questions in our forum for any of the video sessions above. Happy waving, and we look forward to seeing you all at next year’s Google I/O!

By Pamela Fox, Wave team