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February Presentation; Google Maps API and Fusion Tables

posted Feb 13, 2011, 12:54 PM by Peter Lieberwirth   [ updated Mar 9, 2011, 7:23 AM by Mark Renouf ]
Presentation: Google Maps API and Fusion Tables, by Mano Marks, Google Geo Developer Advocate

Please join us for Mano's presentation at the Google office in Cambridge Massachusetts Monday Feb 28th, 6:30PM.

Google's offices are in Kendall Sq at 5 Cambridge Center. 
Pizza will be available.

Registration is required.  The building containing the Google offices in Cambridge is secured, and only

people who have previously registered will be admitted by security.

    Google Maps API and Fusion Tables

    Description: The Google Maps API is the most used mapping API in the
    world, currently on over 350 thousand websites around the world.
    Google Fusion Tables is a modern data management web application
    making it easy to host, manage, collaborate on, visualize, and publish
    data tables online. Together, they make a powerful mapping platform,
    allowing people to easily upload data, and publish it on a map. This
    talk will introduce Google Fusion Tables and show how to use it with
    the Google Maps API so you can quickly build a spatial data management

    Bio: Mano has been on Google’s Developer Relations team for the last
    four years, and is the lead Developer Advocate for Google’s Geo APIs.
    He has travelled the world helping individuals, corporations,
    governments and aid organizations use Google’s mapping technologies to
    communicate their message to the world. Before Google, Mano had an
    eclectic career that involved getting a Masters in History, a Masters
    in Information Management and Systems, and working as a data manager
    in NGOs for over a decade.

    Mano Marks
    Geo Developer Advocate