Schedule

Monday, October 23rd & Tuesday, October 24th

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Registration and Breakfast

If you missed registration on Day 1, you can still get your badge and goodies. You must have a government-issued photo ID to receive a badge and check in to the event. Breakfast will also be served.

Google Developers Certification Lounge

Drop by anytime from 9am-5pm and check out the latest info on the Google Developers Certification program. Learn how to prove your skills as a Mobile Web Specialist, meet Web experts, and grab some swag.

Tal Oppenheimer

Tal Oppenheimer

Product Manager, Chrome

The Web for the entire world

One of the powers of the web is its tremendous reach. With the growing reach of the internet, the web’s reach is further extending into new areas with new challenges. We’ll share some of the things we’ve learned, improvements we’ve made, and recommendations we have for building amazing experiences that fully leverage the web.

Eric Bidelman and Paul Irish

Eric Bidelman and Paul Irish

Engineers, Chrome

Modern tooling, testing and automation

Modern web development requires moderning tooling. Join Paul and Eric as they tour the latest goodies from the Chrome DevTools team. The talk will cover new features in DevTools, using Lighthouse to guide your development workflow, and automating it all with Puppeteer, a new Node library for controlling headless Chrome.

Break

Sam Saccone

Sam Saccone

Engineer at Google

The future of loading on the web

With the introduction of new performance primitives into web ecosystem the future of loading has never looked so bright. In this talk we will explore recently shipped performance primitives, cutting edge performance techniques, and a glimpse into what the future of loading on the web may hold.

Thomas Nattestad

Thomas Nattestad

Product Manager, Chrome

V8 today and in the future

Over the last year V8 has introduced a brand new interpreter and compiler specifically designed to make it easier to optimize for real-world javascript and new ES2015+ features. In this talk we dive into what these changes mean for Javascript performance and how the V8 teams evaluates our improvements against the real world. We will also discuss our work on new ECMAScript features and how you can start using them to write compact, idiomatic Javascript in production. Lastly, we will discuss the work the V8 team has done for the Node community and the new improvements that it has provided.

Alex Danilo and Deepti Gandluri

Alex Danilo and Deepti Gandluri

Engineers, Chrome

Real World WebAssembly

Web Assembly brings a new capability to the web, delivering a performant run-time to allow compiled languages such as C++ to be used in web applications. This session introduces the principles for using Web Assembly in a web application, techniques for debugging, and will demonstrate a real-world example of a large code-base built to run in the browser for production deployment. Future features coming to Web Assembly will also be presented along with some tips for how to deploy and support older browsers using a graceful degradation approach.

Lunch

Taylor Savage

Taylor Savage

Product Manager, Chrome

End-to-end Polymer apps with the modern web platform

Trying to build a web app that is large, maintainable, and fast? In the past, you’d have to pick two, at best. But what if it didn’t need to be this way? On the Polymer project, we’re aiming to push the web platform and provide libraries and tools so that it might become easier to get the best of all worlds when building on the web. In this talk, Taylor will go over the latest with the Polymer Project, including an end-to-end walkthrough of how to we envision using web components, service worker, and other new web platform features to build high-quality PWA’s.

Justin Fagnani

Justin Fagnani

Engineer, Chrome

Lit HTML

lit-html is a next-generation templating library that combines powerful web platform primitives – JavaScript tagged template literals and HTML templates – to help you build expressive templates for efficiently creating and updating DOM. Dive into lit-html and get on the fast path to building performant, dynamic applications.

Addy Osmani and Others

Addy Osmani and Others

Developer Programs Engineer, Chrome

Frameworks panel

Break

Mat Scales, Jennifer Lin, Peter Shin

Mat Scales, Jennifer Lin, Peter Shin

Developer Programs Engineer, Chrome.

Creating Media without an app

Recent advances in web technology are enabling more people to create and share media. This talk will cover some of the new APIs available that make this possible on the web. In addition, the Instagram team will go through their experiences using some of these APIs to rebuild their mobile web experience, making it easier for people in emerging markets to share their experiences on Instagram. They will take you through their journey of bringing an app-like mobile web experience to those who have limited storage on their devices or unreliable connections.

Josh Carpenter and Brandon Jones

Josh Carpenter and Brandon Jones

UX Engineer and VR Engineer, Chrome

The future of immersive experiences on the web with VR and AR