June 11th, 2009 | Published in Google App Engine
Back in April when we launched Java support, we gave the first 10,000 developers who signed up access to the new runtime. In case you haven't heard, we recently announced at Google I/O that App Engine for Java signup is now open. We're excited to see more developers joining our community!
- From Spark Plug to Drive Train: Life of an App Engine Request
- Building Scalable, Complex Apps on App Engine
- Offline Processing on App Engine: a Look Ahead
- The Softer Side Of Schemas - Mapping Java Persistence Standards To the Google App Engine Datastore
- Transactions Across Datacenters (and Other Weekend Projects)
- App Engine Nitty-Gritty: Scalability, Fault Tolerance, and Integrating Amazon EC2
- JRuby and Ioke on Google App Engine for Java
- App Engine: Now Serving Java
- A Design for a Distributed Transaction Layer for Google App Engine
- Connecting The Clouds: Integrating Google App Engine for Java with Force.com
- ThoughtWorks on App Engine for Java: An Enterprise Cumulonimbus?
- Groovy and Grails in App Engine
Apart from the sessions, we also had a Developer Sandbox featuring App Engine partners and customers. We got a chance to interview and ask many of them to share their experience developing on App Engine. Check out these video interviews to get more insight to App Engine:
Last but not least, we've also made available the handy Python cheat sheet we gave out during Google I/O. You can download it here. We want to thank our partners and the App Engine developer community for a fantastic Google I/O 2009! It was great meeting those of you who were there. We look forward to the next year!
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