The latest Google+ page on the scene has a hint of recursion about it. It's the Google+ page for Google+ Developers.
Last week we welcomed the Google+ Page For Android Developers and wondered why it had taken so long to arrive. Now a Google+ Page for Google+ Developers has appeared on the scene and had been added to circles or +1'd within its first 48 hours.
The page has been created as the place to stay connected to all the latest Google+ platform news, events and community and asks developers to ask questions and be invited to the Google+ Developer Office Hours hangout to hear answers from and engage in discussion with the Google+ team.
The question that is uppermost in most Google+ developers minds is "when will there be a full and complete Google+ SDK" and one that has already been asked on the site, although not yet answered is:
Does Google+ go Final now? I don't see the "Beta" mark anymore.
Yes, the beta flag does seem to have gone - making our request for the SDK even more urgent. The current limited API is a start but it has been a long time since there was any movement on the promised full version that would allow both read and write access to data.
So Google+ has a Google+ developers page but does Google+ have any developers?
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