Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 9th and 10th, 2010

Jarek Wilkiewicz

About Jarek
Jarek is a YouTube Developer Advocate and his focus is helping partners implement amazing applications using YouTube APIs. Prior to joining Google, Jarek was the Head of Engineering and Chief Product Architect at Hewlett-Packard’s Mobility Software and Solutions group. At Hewlett-Packard, he managed a distributed team of over 100 engineers spread across three countries (US, UK and China). Before HP, Jarek worked on the design and implementation of Java communications middleware platform (WebLogic SIP Server) at BEA Systems (acquired by Oracle). The product achieved VoIP application server market dominance within three years of its inception. At BEA, Jarek was also active in the Java standards space as the JCP JSR 289 (SIP Servlet API) spec co-lead. Prior to BEA, he held management and senior technical positions in the technology industry for ten years, building reliable telco systems and software at startup and incumbent network equipment providers including Celcore, Alcatel and Mahi Networks. Jarek has a BS in Computer Science from The University of Memphis, and Master's degree in Software Management from Carnegie Mellon University.
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Speaking Sessions

  • Building Video Applications with YouTube APIs

    1:15 PM Sunday   Room: 5501
    YouTube today is much more than a site. Using Google Data APIs and YouTube Player APIs, developers can harness the power of world’s most popular video destination to build new and innovative applications. In this session, we will provide an overview of the YouTube APIs, including uploading, sharing, searching and customized video playback capabilities. Since the APIs support multiple language bindings, we will in discuss interesting examples in Java, PHP, Python, C#, Objective-C, JavaScript and ActionScript. We will also drill into an example open source application: <i>YouTube Direct</i> and discuss its App Engine-based design and implementation as well as <i>YouTube Direct</i> mobile clients for Android and the iPhone.