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November - Yerba Buena Center for the Arts San Francisco, CA

Join us at our annual developer conference for two days of conversations, demos and office hours with the Chrome team, as we work with the community to build the future of the Web.

Livestream

We want Chrome Dev Summit to be exciting for everyone. If you can’t join us in person, become our livestream attendee to not only view all the sessions but also get access to our exclusive livestream-only content.

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Sessions

Chrome Dev Summit features a varied lineup of talks given by the Chrome team and community. The summit is a single-track event so everyone gets the opportunity to attend every session, fueling meaningful discussions among all attendees.

Over the two days, the team will deep-dive into the latest updates we're making to the browser, the platform and to our tools to improve developer productivity as they build pinnacle web experiences for their users.

We’ll be sharing more details, as we get closer to the event.

Previously

All previous sessions are on YouTube: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015. You get the picture!

FAQ

All 20 frequently asked questions

What is Chrome Dev Summit 2019?

Chrome Dev Summit is an annual conference where developers can learn about the latest tools and updates coming to the Google Chrome browser. Read more.

How can I register for Chrome Dev Summit 2019 and how much does it cost?

Tickets to Chrome Dev Summit are offered at no charge, but you must submit an application to register and admissions are invite-only. Read more.

Where is my ticket?

If we accept your application, you will receive a confirmation email with a ticket. Read more.

Do you have any tips to help me navigate through Chrome Dev Summit?

Our registration process quickly gets attendees and speakers in to the event and straight to the Chrome content. Read more.

Can you accommodate people who require special assistance?

Google strives to make events open and accessible to everyone, regardless of disability or special needs. Read more.