Genuitec and Skyway Software are conducting a free webinar to demonstrate their latest Google Cloud focused technology, MyEclipse G. The "G" represents the product’s laser focus on Google Cloud technologies.

11am CDT (UTC -5)

Thursday, June 16, 2011

REGISTER HERE - IT'S FREE

As seen at Google I/O...

The one hour-long sneak peek will cover the following:

  • Software automation for Google Web Toolkit, Android, and Google App Engine
  • Tools for producing cloud-ready Android phone and tablet applications in minutes
  • Integration with Google services and APIs

See more at myeclipseg.com

Update: The webinar archive is here.

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Posted on Jun 10th 2011