Open Sourcing Resonance Audio, Game-server Hosting on Kubernetes & More! – TL;DR 104
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Open Sourcing Resonance Audio, Game-server Hosting on Kubernetes & More! – TL;DR 104


TIMOTHY JORDAN: Hello,
I’m Timothy Jordan for “The Developer Show.” This is your update about
the coolest developer news from Google in the last week. We recently launched a global
series of events for Actions on Google that include
tutorials on how to build your first action
and advanced sessions on how to use the more complex
features of the platform. By the end of the
event, you’ll be able to build an action
for your community, such as your hometown,
your professional network, or perhaps your interest group. Head on over to the post
linked in the description below for an intro video and
a link to the event site. Resonance Audio, or
spatial audio SDK, enables you to create more
realistic VR and AR experiences on mobile and desktop. To accelerate adoption of
immersive audio technology and strengthen the developer
community around it, we’re open-sourcing
Resonance Audio. Take a look at the
post for more details and a link to the
GitHub project. Firebase Remote Config
is a simple way for you to change elements of
your app on the fly just by using the
Firebase console. And now you can update your
Remote Config values directly through the new Remote
Config REST API. Details and a link to
the docs are on the post. Agones is an open-source
dedicated game-server hosting and scaling project built
on top of Kubernetes with the flexibility to meet the
needs of your multiplayer game. The post has code and links
to get started with the alpha. You can now connect to the
Google Cloud platform Cloud Shell directly from
your terminal using the gcloud command-line tool. Check out the post for
some cool usage examples. Hyperparameter tuning
on Google Cloud uses a Bayesian
optimization approach that can be applied to
auto-tune parameters of your machine-learning model
such as learning rate, number of hidden nodes, and more. Recently it has advanced
to become smarter, faster, and more capable. Take a look at the post linked
in the description below to learn how to take
advantage of this advancement. Please remember to like,
subscribe, and share. I’m Timothy Jordan for
“The Developer Show.” Thanks for watching, and
we’ll see you next week. Thanks for watching,
and I’m going to see you in the next
take, because we’re going to do at least one more.

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