LIVE Online: Chrome Dev Summit 2015, November 17-18 (video)

LIVE from Google Quad Building 3, located at 468 Ellis Street, Mountain View, California:

Chrome and the future of the web platform--Chrome Dev Summit 2015: Chrome Dev Summit--Connecting you with Chrome Engineers--The event is sold out but you can still join on the livestream and explore how to build the new generation of web apps with DevTools, Service Worker and the new suite of APIs coming to the web. Code labs: Even if you're not in attendance, they'll be available online for you to work from the comfort of your own home or favorite coffee shop.

Chrome Developer Summit - Day 1 video - day one is focused on Progressive Web Apps

Chrome Developer Summit - Day 2 video - day two is focused on diving deep into RAIL, Performance and Developer tools.

November 17th and 18th, 2015: Two days of access to the Chrome engineers and discussion on the future of the web
Schedule (All Times Local, Mountain View, CA, PST):

Day 1: Progressive Web Apps: Learn how to build fast, resilient, app like experiences for the mobile web from Chrome engineers. Take away tips for smooth and fast loading, reliable access on flaky networks and for re-engaging with users. All sessions are available for on-demand streaming.
09:00 - 09:05 Welcome to the Chrome Dev Summit. Join our compères Paul Lewis and Jake Archibald for a touch of HTTP 203 and important announcements.
09:05 - 09:45 Keynote - Join Darin Fisher, VP of Chrome as he talks the past, present and future of the web.
09:45 - 10:15 Developing for Billions--Tal Openhiemer--With millions of people coming online every year, we are seeing a new diversity of users from around the word using the web for the first time. We’ll talk about the opportunity we have with these new users, the unique constraints and challenges in developing for them, and some of the capabilities the web and Chrome offer to help create the best possible experiences.
10:15 - 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 - 11:30 Progressive Web Apps are fast, robust, app-like experience built using Service Workers and other modern web capabilities. Join Alex Russell to get a deep understanding of how to build these modern web experiences.
11:30 - 12:00 Building and deploying a Progressive Web App at scale--Is it possible to build a Progressive Web App and launch it to millions of users?
12:00 - 12:30 Instant Loading with Service Workers--Jeff Posnick--Service workers can power your web app while offline, but they can also offer substantial performance benefits while online. We’ll explain how to structure your web app to optimize load time for initial and return visitors, and cover helpful service worker libraries that minimize the amount of boilerplate code you’ll have to write.
12:30 - 13:00 Increase Engagement with Web Push Notifications--Owen Campbell-Moore--Timely, personalized notifications save users the effort of manually checking for updates throughout the day and have enabled a host of new experiences from real time communication to live updates on breaking news. In this talk, we'll do a deep dive into sending push notifications to your web users on desktop and mobile, even after they've left your site.
13:00 - 14:30 Lunch
14:30 - 15:00 Engaging with the Real World: Web Bluetooth and Physical Web--Scott Jenson & Vincent Scheib--Web Bluetooth opens up low level communication with an expanding ecosystem of BLE devices such as toys, vending machines, museum exhibits, kiosks and more. The Physical Web makes discovering and connecting to these objects trivial for users. Together they expand the reach of the web to even more devices around users.
15:00 - 15:30 Asking for Permission: respectful, opinionated UI--Elisabeth Morant--Access to new device capabilities such as background sync and bluetooth allow developers to deliver more meaningful experiences to the web than ever before, but also leave users open to a brand new set of privacy and security risks. We’ll be discussing how developers can best take advantage of the Chrome permissions model to build experiences that keep users coming back.
15:30 - 16:00 Coffee break
16:00 - 16:30 Polymer - State of the Union--Matthew McNulty & Taylor Savage--The Polymer library has come a long way. Since its 1.0 release at Google I/O and through the Polymer Summit this fall, Polymer has grown to be used by major companies on over a million web pages, and formed the foundation for some of the biggest recent Google web product launches. We’ll talk about the team’s vision and roadmap for the library and project overall, and show off some of the latest things we’ve been working on.
16:30 - 17:00 Building Progressive Web Apps with Polymer--Rob Dodson--With the combination of Web Components and Service worker, web developers have incredibly powerful and fundamentally new tools to build applications. We’ll explain how we on the Polymer team see these two technologies creating a whole new paradigm for building applications on the web, and how Polymer can help make it easier to build this brand-new breed of web application.
17:00 - 17:30 Accessibility--Alice Boxhall & Laura Palmaro--Join Alice Boxhall to learn about all the work that Chrome has been doing to make Accessibility simple for developers.
17:30 - 18:00 Connect with Chrome: Breakouts / Code labs

Day 2: Deep dive into RAIL, Performance and Developer tools: Don't assume performance is as simple as following a simple set of dos and don'ts. Learn how to test performance following the RAIL model. All sessions are available for on-demand streaming.
09:30 - 10:00 DevTools in 2015: Authoring to the max--Paul Bakaus--In early 2015, the Chrome DevTools team has come to the realization that an expanding number of DevTools users aren't simply developers, but prototypers and designers. Thus, we've refocussed some of our efforts to ensure everyone can iterate quickly and efficiently on mobile-first, responsive page layouts. Tune in to learn about a few upcoming features that dramatically enhance your authoring workflow.
10:15 - 10:30 Introduction to RAIL--Paul Irish & Paul Lewis--Looking around at web performance advice today can be overwhelming: everything comes with caveats, disclaimers, and sometimes one piece of advice can seem to actively contradict another. Phrases like “the DOM is slow” or “always use CSS animations!” make for great headlines, but the truth is often far more nuanced. In this session we'll look at how to think holistically about performance, and how to prioritize optimization work that your users will notice and appreciate.
10:30 - 11:00 RAIL in the real world--Paul Lewis--RAIL is the Chrome team’s way of thinking about performance, but how can you apply it to your projects? Does it work as-is, or do you need to do tweak things first? Let’s take a look at what RAIL involves when the rubber hits the road.
11:30 - 12:00 Owning your performance: RAIL--Paul Irish--Join Paul Irish in a deep-dive of a site and how you can use Chrome DevTools to apply the principles of RAIL to diagnose and fix your site.
12:00 - 12:30 Runtime advancements in performance--Seth Thompson--When peak JavaScript speed is the bottleneck in your app’s performance, is it the browser’s fault or is it inefficient code? Learn about the most recent speed breakthroughs in Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine, and how you can write code that is optimizable by modern browsers today and in the future.
12:30 - 13:00 Quantify and improve real-world RAIL--Ilya Grigorik--You’ve mastered DevTools and tuned your application to follow all the RAIL best practices. Except, how it does perform on your users devices in the real world? We’ll take a look at existing, new, and upcoming APIs that will help you quantify and improve performance of your applications.
13:00 - 14:30 Lunch
14:30 - 15:00 Deploying HTTPS: The Green Lock and Beyond--Emily Stark--In this day and age, all sites should be using HTTPS to protect their users’ privacy and security. Fortunately, Chrome is here to help you deploy HTTPS correctly. In this session we’ll cover new developer tools that will help you roll out HTTPS without a hiccup.
15:00 - 15:30 HTTP/2--101 Surma--HTTP/2 is coming. Actually, it’s here. Right now. It impacts not only your user’s experience but also the way you need to think about your website and webapps. Let’s see how HTTP/2 came to be and how it makes development easier.
16:00 - 17:00 Leadership Panel: Got a burning question about Chrome and the future of the web platform? Now is your chance to ask the leads of the Chrome project.
17:00 - 18:00 Connect with Chrome: Breakouts / Code labs

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