In February, I was one of the lucky few who were able to attend the Glass Foundry event that Google ran to introduce a few of us to developing for Glass. Now that +Timothy Jordan has spoken at SXSW and more details are out, I’ve been released from portions of the NDA. This weekend I held a Hangout on Air to talk about my experience.
It was great to finally talk about my app, how I felt it fit into the guidelines for Glass developers, why I made the very unconventional decision to use Google App Script to write it, and what I plan to do next with it. I fielded questions from +Abraham Williams, +Gerwin Sturm, +Jason Salas, +Nancy Deschênes, and from many more who were following via Google+ and YouTube – thank you everyone who participated!
If you missed it live, here is the recording from the event. If there is sufficient interest, I’m happy to schedule another HoA for another time, and I’m always happy to answer questions as best I can.
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