Please help us with badging and sign-up for this Meetup with your first and last name by answering the question during RSVP. That way we can print out the badges ahead of time and speed up the sign-in process. Thanks!
We would also like to reiterate our RSVP policy: If you are on the waitlist and we think the event venue will be at or close to capacity you will have to wait until 6:45 before we allow you into the room. If you are RVSP'd we will keep your spot available until 15 minutes before the announcements, after that your spot will be given to someone present on the waitlist. If the room is filled at anytime earlier, we will deny entrance.
6:00-6:50pm Networking and light food
Flutter is a new reactive framework and platform for building high-performance and beautiful mobile apps. It is used extensively at Google to build business-critical apps, and by third-party developers to build popular apps such as the mobile app for the musical "Hamilton". Flutter is highly customizable, which allows it to build apps that are brand-centric, or with the look and feel of native Android and iOS apps. This talk will go into the technical details of what allows Flutter to be so flexible while delivering blazing fast (60 Hz frame rate) mobile apps.
Wm Leler is a Senior Software Engineer at Google and the Developer Advocate for Flutter and Dart. Before Google, Wm started several successful computer companies. He wrote a seminal book on computer languages and another book on 3D computer graphics. He has also given talks at hundreds of conferences. Wm created the first computer generated hologram. He has a PhD in Computer Science and degrees in Electrical Engineering and Fine Arts. He is also an avid traveler.