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A collection of technical articles published or curated by Google Cloud Platform Developer Advocates. The views expressed are those of the authors and don't necessarily reflect those of Google.

Ray Tsang

#Cloud Developer Advocate @Google. Loves #Java. Lives in NYC. Creator of @JDeferred. Ex @JBoss, @RedHatSoftware, @Accenture. Opinions stated here are my own.

Greg Wilson

Google Developer Relations — Living in San Francisco

Ian Lewis

Developer Advocate @Google for @GoogleCloud. Vice Chair for @PyConJ. Sometimes tweets in Japanese. #python #golang #kubernetes #atheist

Felipe Hoffa

Developer Advocate @Google. Originally from Chile, now in San Francisco and around the world. Let’s talk data.

Robert Kubis

Google Cloud DA, Developer, Do-it mentality, Enthusiast. Enjoying tech trends, food, travel, all kinds of outdoor activities, flying. Views are my own.

Kaz Sato

Developer Advocate, Cloud Platform, Google Inc.

Alicia Williams

Google Cloud Developer Relations. Learning how to do cool things with data, @GCPcloud, and @gsuite. Opinions are my own, not that of my company.

Bret McGowen

#Cloud Developer Advocate @Google in NYC. Serverless, Cloud, running, volleyball, football. Startups and tech are my jam.

Kelsey Hightower

Sysadmin who can code.

Reto Meier

Developer Advocate @ Google, software engineer, and author of “Professional Android” series from Wrox. All opinions are my own.

Mete Atamel

Developer Advocate at Google

Aja Hammerly

Rubyist, Data Nerd, Lazy Dev, Stegosaurus. Cloud Developer Advocate @ Google. Disclaimer: My opinions are my own. *RAWR*

Alexis MP

Google Cloud Developer Relations

Tino Tereshko

Big Data at Google. Helping Google drive adoption and direction of our Big Data tools. All views are my own.

Anmol Sekhri

Globetrotter; thrill seeker, all round good apple! Always looking for that next new, exciting thing.


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Dan Lai

NY Drifter. I love getting lost. I love song quotes. I love my vlog. instagram: dancelai

Will Curran

Program Manager, Cloud Partner Engineering at Google.

Ryan McDowell

Data analysis ninja @ Google

Gabe Weiss

Husband, father, actor, sword fighter, musician, gamer, IoT developer at Google. Making things that talk to the Cloud.

Laurent Picard

Tech lover, passionate about software, hardware, science and anything shaping the future • ⛅ explorer at Google • Opinions my own • You can DM me @PicardParis

Val Deleplace

Engineer on cloudy things @Google. Opinions my own. Twitter @val_deleplace

Lak Lakshmanan

Professional Services @ Google


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