Chrome
dev summit

Venue

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

Opened to the public in 1993, YBCA was founded as the cultural anchor of San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Gardens neighborhood.

Address

700 Howard St
San Francisco, CA 94103

Directions

Street map

Wayfinding

  1. Registration
  2. Swag
  3. General Session
  4. Meals
    • Forum
    • Demos
    • Office hours
    • Review Clinics
    • F/B
    • Social Hour
    • Grand Lobby
    • Introvert Lounge
    • Reception
  5. General Session Overflow
  6. Certification Lounge
  7. #AskChrome
  8. Multifaith Contemplation Room
  9. Restrooms
  10. Mothers Room
Art center floor plan
Theatre floor plan

What to expect

Over the two days, Chrome product engineering teams and the Chrome community gather to envision and build the future of the Web. Both in-person and livestream attendees will hear about platform updates, quick and free wins, architectural guidance, developer tooling, case-studies, and opportunities for increased reach and engagement with Chrome and Google at large.

Engaging Sessions in the YBCA Theatre

Learn directly from the Chrome product engineering teams about the latest innovations and updates through deep technical sessions, demos, and fun interactive experiences. Day 1 sessions will focus on innovations for the modern Web. Day 2 sessions show Chrome’s vision and investment in the future of the Web.


Hands-on Learning in the Forum

Actively explore the latest Chrome tools and technologies via interactive demos, hands-on learning, and one-on-one office hours with Chrome experts. Chrome staff will also be on hand to lend guidance and tips on your specific projects.


Community Partners

As always, we’ll also have representatives from our browser friends joining us to talk about their vision for their respective products and discuss how we’re working together to move the Web forward and make it easier for developers to build on.

FAQ

All 38 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

Registration for Chrome Dev Summit 2019 is now closed.

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How do I get to San Francisco?

There are three major airports in the Bay Area with international airline service. Read more

Where and when can I pick up my attendee badge?

Badge pickup will be available starting at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, 11 November and again on Tuesday, 12 November. Read more

Is the venue accessible?

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

YouTube

Can’t attend? No worries.

The whole event will stream from YouTube and also be available to watch after the event ends 👍

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