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Why Google Flights is Awesome – a Real-World Example

April 21, 2015 | By | 1 Comment
Why Google Flights is Awesome – a Real-World Example

Google Flights does everything I’ve ever wanted in a flight search tool.  You can of course search for all flights for a specific date, airline, departure airport, and destination airport, but you can also filter based on flight duration, number of stops, airline/alliances, flight times, etc..  Rather than list all of the features, I’ll show a real-world […]

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Learn with me – Google Cloud Platform – Compute Instance

June 29, 2014 | By | 1 Comment
Learn with me – Google Cloud Platform – Compute Instance

As I announced a few days ago, I’ve joined Google’s developer advocacy team focused on the Google Cloud Platform.   It’s been over 15 years since I was the “new guy” at any company, so it’s going to be a huge adventure for me.  In addition to the radical culture and technology shift, my wife and […]

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I’ve joined Google

June 27, 2014 | By | 1 Comment
I’ve joined Google

After 10 incredible years at Adobe, I’ve decided to get back to my developer roots and move to Google. I’ll be heading up the developer advocacy team for Google Cloud Platform.  If you haven’t looked at GCP lately, you might be surprised (I was!).  You can also get a sense of the amazing momentum at the […]

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Tricks with Google Mail Addresses with dots and pluses

June 22, 2013 | By | Add a Comment
Tricks with Google Mail Addresses with dots and pluses

Most people don’t know that Google Mail has some unique “features” when it comes to your email address. All of the following email addresses are exactly the same from Google’s point of view.  All of them will end up in my gmail inbox: greg.wilson@gmail.com (what I commonly share) gregwilson@gmail.com (what some other Greg Wilson commonly […]

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