Google Launches Google+ Developers Page
Google has launched a new Google+ Developers page to help developers stay abreast of all the latest Google+ platform news, events, community and more.
With Google+ gaining users every dayup to 90 million at last countthe companys social platform becomes a much more attractive target for developers.
In a Feb. 6 blog post introducing the new Google+ Developers Page, Chris Chabot, Google+ Developer Relations Team Lead, said, As the lead of the Google+ Developer Relations Team, Im really looking forward to meeting you thereadd the page to your circles to join the conversation, comment on posts, and join our hangouts.
Chabot said on the new page, the Google+ Developer Relations Team will host regular hangouts to talk about the +Platform, developers experiences with it, and share tips and tricks with the community. Moreover, the team will host weekly office hours hangouts every Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. PDT from the Google+ Developers Page.
In addition, the +Platform team also will share Google+ developer events, conferences and hackathons, as well as photos and videos of the events on the developer page. In addition, well announce and discuss our +Platform launches on our page, Chabot said.
Last month, in reporting on Googles Q4 2011 earnings, eWEEK reported that Google+ had reached 90 million users and added the following:
Google+, the company's six-month-old social-network challenger to Facebook, now has 90 million users worldwide. That's up from the 40 million Google+ users Google CEO Larry Page announced during the company's Q3 earnings report in October.
In a statement, Page said, By building a meaningful relationship with our users through Google+, we will create amazing experiences across our services.
According to the eWEEK report, Those amazing experiences presumably include a broad, deep integration of Google+ into existing Google services. Google, for example, recently moved to make search more personal by injecting Google+ posts and photos in Google.com search results that are tailored to each user.