This presentation covered some basic concepts of Communication Platforms and explained how Google's Wave could make a difference. There were lots of demos which were shown during the session to give the first look for the community.
Agenda<br />Introduction to Communication Platforms<br />Google Wave and its architecture<br />Overview of Robots and Gadgets<br />Potential Concerns of Wave – (TODAY)<br />How can you play a role!<br />Call to Actions<br />
Communication Platforms<br />Email Services – Gmail, MS Outlook, Hotmail<br />Instant Messaging – Gtalk, MSN Messenger<br />Voice Chat – Skype, Fring<br />Photo Sharing – Flickr, Picasa, Photoshop Online<br />CMS-Joomla, Drupad, NET Nuke, MS Community Server, Wiki<br />Video Blogging – YouTube / MetaCafe/ MSN Soapbox, Yahoo Videos<br />Social Networking – Facebook, Orkut, LinkedIn, MySpace<br />Online Document sharing – Google Docs, Office Online (2010),<br />Blogs – Blogger, Wordpress, Blogengine.NET<br />Microblogs – Twitter<br />Geo Tagging – Latitude, Google Maps, Live Maps<br />
Google Wave and Architecture<br />Real-time communication platform<br />Social networking, and project management<br />
Drag-and-drop file sharing</li></li></ul><li>Where can you play a role !<br />Develop Robots and Extensions to the wave<br />SandBox<br />Request Access from Google<br />Code Sample and SDK Available for Use<br />Tools you may need<br />Google App Engine<br />Web Development Toolkit<br />Eclipse – has a plugin for App Engine<br />
Call to Action for more Information<br />Contact Me<br />My Blog - http://www.msigeek.com/google <br />Wave with me at email@example.com <br />mail me – firstname.lastname@example.org <br />Google Technology User Group (GTUG)<br />GTUG (Google Technology User Group) is a community where programmers meet to discuss and work with several Google developer resources and products. <br />The group organizers conduct regular technical events <br />You can be a part of GTUG too, http://www.bangalore-gtug.org/.<br />