Google jumps on Big Table of Web Services

Google announced its new App Engine tonight. I was there shooting video and Mike Arrington has all the details in a wrapup post.

I shot four videos. Here they are:

Meeting some geeks before the event.
Part I.
Part II.
Part III.
Part IV. Watch Pownce’s developers give some feedback at the end.

UPDATE: Google just uploaded the official video, which is better quality. You’ll see me sit up at the front.

72 thoughts on “Google jumps on Big Table of Web Services

  1. Google just announced Google App Engine, and certainly (driven by Robert Scoble) that has been running like wildfire around the blogosphere. It solves some very interesting problems, and does it in a slick way, but it also creates some questions….

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  2. Google just announced Google App Engine, and certainly (driven by Robert Scoble) that has been running like wildfire around the blogosphere. It solves some very interesting problems, and does it in a slick way, but it also creates some questions….

    Adult Videos
    Research Paper Help

  3. Non-starter preview concept-only with serious limitations slash privacy issues, not sufficient at all for Enterprise developers lacking fully relational data, and hitting the deck with python only?

  4. On first blush Google App Engine (released to 10,000 developers yesterday) seems to be just another entry into scalable computing.

  5. hi good thank you I use a VPS with hostmysite which comes pre-configured with all development tools I need: database server, web application server etc. … they do all the system management, security updates etc. .

  6. Also you are now tied up with Google and technology they support for this service, so where is the innovation part for developers?

  7. Maybe in a year it will have some filling. Just always go by the Undeniable Law of the Universe: If it’s pure fluff, Scoble reports.
    thank you

  8. Maybe in a year it will have some filling. Just always go by the Undeniable Law of the Universe: If it’s pure fluff, Scoble reports.
    thank you

  9. On first blush Google App Engine (released to 10,000 developers yesterday) seems to be just another entry into scalable computing.

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