Business enterprise apps were a main focus of Wednesday morning's keynote address, and one side of the Developer Sandbox was devoted to giving developers a closer look at some of the business opportunities Google is helping to advance.
Sessions offered in-depth tutorials focused on Google products of interest to developers. Pictured is a crowded afternoon session on the open-source, royalty-free video format WebM, during which YouTube engineers gave a thorough talk on some of the advantages of the new WebM techniques being adopted inside Google's video players.
ProcessWave, a free application developed as part of a master's degree program at MIT, is a collaborative diagram editor for Google Wave that aims to make the rendering and design of modeling tools collaborative.
Google I/O 2010 features more than 80 sessions from introductory talks to advanced discussions focused on building the next generation of Web, mobile, and enterprise applications with Google and open Web technologies such as Android, Google Chrome, Google APIs, Google Web Toolkit, and App Engine.
The star of the Google I/O show, from a development perspective, is undoubtedly the Android operating system. Thursday's keynote address is expected to focus heavily on the future of Android mobile devices.