4:00pm CODELABS SESSION (Pre-Event)
A new set of codelabs was released at Google I/O. We will open doors early for anyone who wants to come hang out and work on these code-labs prior to the tech-talks sessions that will start at 6pm.
Note that these codelabs can also be completed at home at any time. However doing them at our meetup may be a great way to share insights with others, get help (if stuck) or even collaborate on ideas sparked by the new technologies, APIs and SDKs that were unveiled.
6:00pm REGULAR SESSION (Announcements)
Welcome from organizers. If you have announcements or information to share, please come speak to one of us.
We'll start off with a 10-minute video highlights reel of the Google I/O Keynote which covers the key product announcements. Following that, we will have lightning talks from attendees that will cover individual technology highlights.
6:15pm LIGHTNING TALKS (5-6 mins)
• IO17: A First Timer's Perspective & Accessibility Review (Jess)
• IO17: What's new in Android (Ernest G)
• IO17: What's new in Angular 2 (Michael Solati)
• IO17: What's new in Android Wear (Nelmer)
• IO17: What's new in Google Assistant (Allen Firstenberg)
• IO17: Android Things & Smart Assistants (Will DePalo)
• IO17: What's new in IoT (Chinedu)
• IO17: What's new in Firebase (Nitya )
• Other: D3 & Visualizing Trap Music (Beverly Evyn George)
7:30pm "What's new in PWA: WorkboxJS & Lighthouse / DevTools", Jeff Posnick (Web DevRel @Google)
PS: Jeff is also the author of a PWA-related pull request to the Create-React-App that was just merged this past week. Thanks to this update, the CRA boilerplate now provides PWA support (manifest, service workers etc.) out of the box.
8:00pm "NodeJS & Google Cloud", Myles Borins (Google Cloud Developer Advocate)
9:00pm Doors Close
PLEASE DO CONSIDER SIGNING UP FOR A LIGHTNING TALK IF YOU ARE ATTENDING I/O IN PERSON OR PLANNING TO WATCH THE LIVESTREAM:
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