We've got some exciting news... Google asked Genuitec and our partner Skyway Software to attend this year's Google I/O Sandbox to demonstrate our soon-to-be-released IDE, "MyEclipse G." Without giving away too much information just yet, this new IDE is designed for Google Cloud development in elastic computing environments and aims to bring everyday enterprise developers into the cloud using Google tools and our own proprietary technologies.

Watch the teaser video below, and if you would please vote for it as the "Best Google I/O Sandbox Video" in the orange box above the video. Also, please visit this website to take a quick 2 minute survey so we can gauge  your interest in the types of technologies you'd like to see in the future for cloud development. Thanks!

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Posted on May 5th 2011