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Finding a way to run applications quickly, securely and at scale can be a huge headache for developers and start-ups. Google App Engine is a new web-hosting platform that enables developers to build highly scalable web applications that run on Google’s infrastructure. In this session, we’ll discuss the issues developers face building web applications and how developers can leverage Google App Engine to build and scale web applications.
Kevin is the technical lead for the Google App Engine project. He joined Google in 2004 and spent a number of years in Google’s systems infrastructure group working on the cluster management systems that underly Google’s products and services. Kevin is also the creator of Google Suggest, a product which provides interactive search suggestions as users type.
Prior to joining Google, Kevin worked with the Advanced Internet Technology group at IBM, where he focused on developer tools.
Kevin holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in computer science from Stanford University, both of which were awarded with distinction.