August 20th, 2019
We’re excited to announce that registration for the seventh Chrome Dev Summit is now open and you can request your invite here today! During the Summit, we will share our vision for and updates on our work towards moving the web platform forward and of course, have a bit of fun. ‘Cuz what’s Chrome Dev Summit, without some fun?
Date: Nov 11-12, 2019
Venue: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, CA
Over the two days, we will focus on the latest best practices, tools, and updates coming to the web platform and give developers a chance to hear directly from the Chrome product engineering teams.
Similar to last year, we’ll have a single track of content in one hall so everyone can enjoy all the sessions and have meaningful discussions. We’re also bringing back the Forum where you’ll be able to enjoy demos of the latest web technologies and developer tools as well as engage with the Chrome team as well as folks from the community.
We’ll be adding more details on the event site, as we move closer to the event, so watch out for more in the coming weeks and months.
Can’t attend in person?
As always, we want to ensure that Chrome Dev Summit stays inclusive and exciting for everyone, regardless of whether you’re joining us in person or online. We’ll be live-streaming the entire two days of content for our online attendees and will also include some exciting Livestream-only content.
Sign up here so we can send you updates on the livestream and other related info around the event.
The Chrome team is committed to making the Web the best platform to give everyone in the world universal access to content and apps. We want to make it easier for developers to bring best-in-class content and experiences to their users, by making it more powerful and by reducing the cost of development. And we hope to do this as responsible citizens of the community, working with others to uphold our principles of promoting the open web.
We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco for yet another awesome Chrome Dev Summit!
Posted by Paul Kinlan, Content-Herder-and-Speaker-Wrangler-in-Chief