Come join us at TechHire LA to learn about Polymer.
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Polymer, web components, & why you should care - Christopher Schmitz
Despite being introduced over 3 years ago by Google, including native support by all major browsers of the underlying standard (web components), Polymer doesn't have the same buzz behind it as some other web technologies...yet. This session will cover the basics of Polymer and web components in general and why they're important to pay attention to, even if you aren't a web developer. With the backing of Google, and use by major companies like Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Comcast, and of course Google in large scale projects, it's a safe bet Polymer's only just getting started.
Chrome Dev Tools for Beginners - Anna Veretennikova
Christopher Schmitz - Senior Android Developer @ Disney
Chris has been a mobile developer for over a decade, leading Android development on apps reaching millions of users at companies like CitySearch, Break.com, and Disney, including the new Play Disney Parks app. He's also leading the development of a Polymer based open source project, the Collaboration Tree (cTree.org).
Food, Drink and Prizes will be served!
- There is rooftop parking on Beverly, right past the office.
MK Partners, Inc.
Senior Application Developer
Women Techmakers Ambassador
Univeristy of Southern California