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Wednesday, January 25 • 3:30pm - 3:50pm
Andrew Eland, Lead Software Engineer, Google UK

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Learning to compute

Google's technology platforms have shaped the way we use the internet and has had a profound impact on numerous industries in numerous sectors including education and learning. Andrew will talk about the Google story, the importance of STEM education, the UK's failure to capitalise on its record of innovation and engineering and Google's position on this.

 


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Andrew Eland

Andrew Eland is lead software engineer, Google London. Originally working on distributed filesystems and cluster management, he now leads the UK Google Maps engineering team. His technical interests include dynamic languages, distributed systems and development methodologies. Prior to Google, he worked on interactive television for the BBC, and on a number of projects for startups. He graduated from the Department of Computing at Imperial in... Read More →


Wednesday January 25, 2012 3:30pm - 3:50pm
The LWF Theatre National Hall Gallery, Olympia

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