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Meet up

Build Actions for Your Community (BAFYC): Actions on Google Talks

Monday, 16th July at CodeNode, London

This meetup was organised by GDG: Google Developer Group in July 2018

Build Actions for Your Community (BAFYC) is a global community event series designed by Google and brought to you by Google Developer Group (GDG) London! Come join us to learn how to build Actions for the Google Assistant that are useful for your community - whether it's a professional network, interest group, or your hometown.

Build Actions for Your Community (BAFYC): Actions on Google Talks

Build Actions for Your Community (BAFYC) is a global community event series designed by Google and brought to you by Google Developer Group (GDG) London! Come join us to learn how to build Actions for the Google Assistant that are useful for your community - whether it's a professional network, interest group, or your hometown.

Tentative schedule:

6 - 6:10 Welcome & intros

6:10 - 6:40 PM Building Conversational Experiences with Actions on Google

6:40 - 7:10 PM Speaker 2- TBD!

7:10 - 7:30 PM Pizza & drinks

7:30 - 8 PM Things Every Google Assistant App Should Do (and 3 It Shouldn’t)

Building Conversational Experiences with Actions on Google

The Google Assistant is Google’s conversational software for helping you get things done in your world. It is the culmination of all of Google’s research in AI, ML, NLP, etc. It runs on various devices, including the Google Home which launched in 2017, as well as many Android and iOS devices. Actions on Google is the third-party platform for the Google Assistant, allowing you, the developer. to manage a conversation between your service and the user. In this talk you will see how/why you can leverage this new platform.

Sebastian Mauer

Senior Technical Solutions Engineer at Google

Things Every Google Assistant App Should Do (and 3 It Shouldn’t)

Learn to build for voice first so you can easily surprise and delight customers on hundreds of millions of devices through the Google Assistant. In this talk, we’ll cover ten key things every Action on Google should do in order to deliver a truly engaging voice experience including best practices, useful resources, high level voice design concepts, and technical tips on making Actions on Google multilingual and designing for multiple device types (think smart displays) at the same time. You’ll also learn about three most common mistakes to avoid when building for the Google Assistant to keep your users happy.

Aygul Zagidullina

I wake up every day with one thought: Is what I'm doing making a positive impact on the world? I keep that in mind and try to incorporate it in everything I do. My true passions are solving problems and helping others. I believe that community management and customer support can make people’s lives better. I believe in the power of ideas and that anything can be solved through communication. And I believe in the power of innovation and making our world a better place through technology and science. I admire science and have worked 9 years as a research scientist in the field of computational and quantum chemistry. My inner community manager was realized when I co-organized two Google Developer Groups, TEDxStuttgart and later became a Google+ community manager at Google Germany, then a Head of Community Management & Support. I'm currently leading social media efforts for MotaWord, New York based localization company.

Thanks to our sponsors

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Overview

Build Actions for Your Community (BAFYC) is a global community event series designed by Google and brought to you by Google Developer Group (GDG) London! Come join us to learn how to build Actions for the Google Assistant that are useful for your community - whether it's a professional network, interest group, or your hometown.

Build Actions for Your Community (BAFYC): Actions on Google Talks

Build Actions for Your Community (BAFYC) is a global community event series designed by Google and brought to you by Google Developer Group (GDG) London! Come join us to learn how to build Actions for the Google Assistant that are useful for your community - whether it's a professional network, interest group, or your hometown.

Tentative schedule:

6 - 6:10 Welcome & intros

6:10 - 6:40 PM Building Conversational Experiences with Actions on Google

6:40 - 7:10 PM Speaker 2- TBD!

7:10 - 7:30 PM Pizza & drinks

7:30 - 8 PM Things Every Google Assistant App Should Do (and 3 It Shouldn’t)

Building Conversational Experiences with Actions on Google

The Google Assistant is Google’s conversational software for helping you get things done in your world. It is the culmination of all of Google’s research in AI, ML, NLP, etc. It runs on various devices, including the Google Home which launched in 2017, as well as many Android and iOS devices. Actions on Google is the third-party platform for the Google Assistant, allowing you, the developer. to manage a conversation between your service and the user. In this talk you will see how/why you can leverage this new platform.

Sebastian Mauer

Senior Technical Solutions Engineer at Google

Things Every Google Assistant App Should Do (and 3 It Shouldn’t)

Learn to build for voice first so you can easily surprise and delight customers on hundreds of millions of devices through the Google Assistant. In this talk, we’ll cover ten key things every Action on Google should do in order to deliver a truly engaging voice experience including best practices, useful resources, high level voice design concepts, and technical tips on making Actions on Google multilingual and designing for multiple device types (think smart displays) at the same time. You’ll also learn about three most common mistakes to avoid when building for the Google Assistant to keep your users happy.

Aygul Zagidullina

I wake up every day with one thought: Is what I'm doing making a positive impact on the world? I keep that in mind and try to incorporate it in everything I do. My true passions are solving problems and helping others. I believe that community management and customer support can make people’s lives better. I believe in the power of ideas and that anything can be solved through communication. And I believe in the power of innovation and making our world a better place through technology and science. I admire science and have worked 9 years as a research scientist in the field of computational and quantum chemistry. My inner community manager was realized when I co-organized two Google Developer Groups, TEDxStuttgart and later became a Google+ community manager at Google Germany, then a Head of Community Management & Support. I'm currently leading social media efforts for MotaWord, New York based localization company.

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