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Setting up your Pixelbook as the ultimate development tool for G Suite

For my first post I wanted to explain how easy it is to setup your Pixelbook (or any other Chromebook that supports Linux) to develop G Suite solutions. As most of you know, developing solutions for G Suite is already super easy. All you need is the online Apps Script IDE . This is where you can manage your project, write code, add advanced API's, ... But sometimes you want to be able to use an editor like VS Code and be able to work offline, or write in Typescript. This is where CLASP comes in. It will let you sync your G Suite Scripts offline and do some very advanced things. What I wanted to do is show the steps needed to install from a blank Pixelbook and how to get started. To follow along please see the Totally Unscripted episode about how to setup Chrome OS . All credit for the steps and links go to the GDE's behind the podcast  Totally Unscripted , and a specific  episode they did around CLASP . I recommend you subscribe to there channel. Enabling Pixelboo
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My First Day at Google

This week was my first week at Google as a Noogler taking my new hire training. I can not be any more excited then I am, meeting so many interesting people and already learning so many new cool things. This is going to be an awesome time. I will be starting as a Google Cloud Platform Developer Relations  Program Manager for GSuite. This new site will become my how for random thoughts and interesting links related to my new role and company. But all content will just be my personal random collection of thoughts.