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Your Next ‘20 OnAir journey starts here: Resources and session guides available now

June 24, 2020
Matt Kaufman

Marketing Director, Global Experiential Marketing

Google Cloud Next ‘20 OnAir, running from Jul 14 to Sep 8, offers nine full weeks of programming to help you solve your toughest business challenges in the cloud.

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Get ready. Get set. Get solving. Google Cloud Next ‘20 OnAir kicks off July 14, offering nine full weeks of programming to help you solve your toughest business challenges in the cloud. And the best part is you can join in, for free, no matter where you are, and at a time that works for you. 

Here’s how to get ready.

Watch the keynote with Thomas Kurian on-demand starting July 14

We’ll be kicking off Next ‘20 OnAir on July 14 (July 15 in Asia Pacific) with a keynote by Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian. Each week thereafter, there’ll be solution keynotes hosted by Google Cloud leaders. This means, for example, you can hear Javier Soltero, VP & GM, G Suite, talk about the future of cloud-native productivity and collaboration, or catch Eyal Manor, GM & VP, Engineering share the latest on app modernization. Find the full list of solution keynotes.

Browse the session catalog and create your own playlist

Each week during Next we’ll be adding a new batch of breakout sessions you can watch on demand. To plan ahead, you can browse the full session roster, and once you’ve registered for the event and are signed in, you can create your own customized playlist. Click “Filter” to search by speakers, topics, or industries. When you see a session you like, click “Add to playlist” to include it in your all-digital schedule. Toggle “My Playlist” to switch between the full session catalog and just the sessions you’ve bookmarked.

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Start your learning journey

We’ve created a unique learning series for technical practitioners of all experience levels. Each week, we’ll focus on a different theme to help you boost your skills--from the fundamentals to more advanced topics, including infrastructure, analytics, AI, and more. You can find our full schedule of learning content on our Learning Hub.

If you’re new to Google Cloud, or brushing up on the basics, join us during our weekly Cloud Study Jam where experts will walk you through relevant training and certification resources, lead you through hands-on labs, and answer your questions live.

Attending a Cloud Study Jam event will also prepare you to earn your first skill badge on Qwiklabs. Digital skill badges allow you to demonstrate your growing Google Cloud-recognized skillset and share your progress with your network. You can earn the badges by completing a series of hands-on labs, including a final assessment challenge lab, to test your skills.

Once you’re more confident in your skills, join our weekly Cloud Hero game. In this competitive challenge, you’ll find a curated collection of relevant hands-on labs to help you practice and track your progress with a live leaderboard.

We also invite you to join us weekly for Google Cloud Talks by DevRel. Each Friday of Next OnAir, we’ll do a recap of the week’s topic focusing on the content most relevant to developers and technical practitioners, host a Q&A session with members of the Google Cloud Developer Relations team, and deliver technical talks that supplement the week’s programming. To see the full schedule and to register, visit the program website

Sign up for 1:1 time with Google Cloud experts

Have a specific cloud challenge facing you today? Get help solving it during a 15-minute appointment with a Google expert aligned with the session topic of the week.

Please note: Appointments are limited, subject to availability, and not eligible for job inquiries.

Stay up-to-date with weekly coverage and recaps

The Google Cloud blog will be posting updates and recaps each week on the key news from Next. You can find all our coverage here

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We can’t wait to get started with Next OnAir—we hope you’ll join us!

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