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Seesmic to be featured at Google I/O

Seesmic has been selected to take part in Google I/O, where we will feature our two Twitter applications using Google technology: Seesmic for Android and Seesmic Web.

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We've been very fortunate at Seesmic to work with our various partners to help us create products that benefit users. Such is the case with Google, as we're very excited to join Google at their largest developer event of the year.

Google I/O will take place in San Francisco on May 19 – 20, 2010

At the conference, we will be featured as part of the Developer Sandbox, a demo area where we will be featured on our products using Google technology. This includes on our recent release of our Seesmic for Android – a successful client application for Twitter, as well as our Seesmic Web application for Twitter.

You can find out more about the Developer Sandbox here:
http://code.google.com/events/io/2010/sandbox.html

Last week, our product manager for mobile and web, Mathieu Thouvenin – who works closely with Google and our Seesmic for Android team on building and releasing exciting new features – recent took part in a panel at the Social Program for Online Media, Marketing & Advertising (OMMA) which focused on social media in marketing and where Twitter's platform is heading.

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Seesmic CTO, Johann Romefort, heads the Seesmic Web which uses Google Web Toolkit (GWT). He led a session recently at LeWeb with Google's Jean-Francois Wassong and Didier Girard on the successful implementation of using Google technology and talks about his experience here.

We're very happy to be part of an exciting conference, and look forward to showing other developers on how we've utilized Google's technology in our two of our products.

Posted by admin in Seesmic, Twitter
  • http://profile.typepad.com/shedswhere john coughlan

    just joind checking out what i can do . if ok????????