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Google developers holding event Wednesday in Montclair

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Google is opening its doors to the public and making its new technologies available to foster technological progress and innovation.

The Google Developer Group of North Jersey is hosting a Google I/O Extended event Wednesday at Montclair State University. The event will include live streaming of Google’s annual I/O developers conference, which is being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Attendees at the Montclair location also will have the opportunity to participate in a Hangout with Google directly from the I/O in California.

The event also includes appearances exclusive to the Montclair event, including an introduction of the Android Wear smart watch, a technology not yet available to the public. Guests also will have the chance to take home one of two Android Wears.

There will also be a large focus on Polymer, a new web development language similar to HTML.

Keynote speakers included founding organizer of Lean Startup Machine Newark April Peters and Todd Nakamura, the founder of GDG North Jersey.

“There’s a lot of things that are out there in advance of what’s being released to the public,” Nakamura said. “The way this whole network works, it’s an advancement of the new.”

Tickets for the event are available to the public.


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