With the summer holiday coming to an end we have a nice surprise for you! 🥁....
Frank van Puffelen (better known as Puf) is in the Netherlands and wants to share a night with you talking about and doing Firebase and Flutter! 🙌🏻 Puf is Mr. Firebase from Google so all expertise you can need is present, prepare some questions for the AMA!
(this is also a great excuse to visit the Google office in Amsterdam)
17:30: Doors open
17:45: Food and drinks
18:30: Opening and welcome
18:35: What's new in Flutter?
René Floor @ AH Technology
18:50 What's happening in Cloud?
Matthew Feigal - Partner Engineering Manager @ Google
19:00: Hands-on with Firebase and Flutter (including Flutter live-coding and AMA)
Frank van Puffelen (Puf) - Developer Relations Engineer @ Google
Join Frank / puf to learn about the latest additions to Firebase for Flutter developers, see those APIs used to live-code examples in an online IDE, and ask him your toughest Firebase and Flutter questions. Topics might include: how Flutter apps use Firebase/high-level overview of the architecture of FlutterFire, automatically deleting documents from Firestore after they expired, allowing your users to sign in to your Flutter app with minimal code, and automatically mapping data from Firestore to your Flutter objects.
Frank van Puffelen (puf) is a Firebase engineer at Google in San Francisco, where he helps developers build better apps using Firebase and other Google technologies. He's the host of the Firebase Release Notes video series, one of the top contributors on Stack Overflow, and multi-time speaker at Google I/O. Frank is Dutch and happens to be here in the Netherlands for a couple of days, willing to share a night with us!
20:15: Closing, raffle some giveaways and drinks
21:00: End of meetup
Partner Engineering Manager
Frank van Puffelen (puf) is a Firebase engineer at Google in San Francisco, where he helps developers build better apps using Firebase and other Google technologies. He's the host of the Firebase Release Notes video series, one of the top contributors on Stack Overflow, and multi-time speaker at Google I/O.
Day Job: Google Cloud, supporting our Partner network by helping them build communities and learn our products. While I'm happy to talk (and listen!) about any of our product set, my focus is typically on Kubernetes/Cloud Native space and on applying AI to solve business problems.
Night job: Troublemaker. Rivethead. Gamer of the old-fashioned pen & paper sort.