Archive for February 4, 2013
Those who love to talk about all things tech related have no doubt added the word Google to their tech repertoire. With Google blowing up the technology industry throughout the past decade there has been a spike in Google tech talk.
There are groups of engineers and technologists throughout the country who hold conferences and meet ups devoted to Google tech talk. From hands on software engineers, quality engineers, or a person just interested in advanced technologies, these meet ups relate to tech news, specifically Google tech talk.
Google tech talks often feature guest speakers and topics typically range across the spectrum of computer science and software engineering, including information retrieval, user interfaces, programming languages, and computer security.
The world’s love affair with the Internet search engine giant Google began in 1998, when the company first started providing Internet users a way to easily search thousands of web pages. With millions of web pages available to browse today, Google has mastered the way Internet users search for information. Google has become the go to site for web searching capabilities. But the Google tech talk doesn’t end there. With an array of services and products, Google continues to dominate the search engine field, but has branched out into the social media fields with the very popular Google Chrome, a web browser developed by Google and Google Plus, a multilingual social networking and identity service.
Google remains popular for Google tech talks because it is a successful, ever evolving company that fascinates the minds of those who love technology. What helps Google stand out in a sea of online search engines is that it has taken the tamed the infinite web universe and transformed cyberspace into a place where people can easily find information they need and want, as well as connect with millions of other web users. Essentially, Google has done the impossible by harnessing the power of infinity.