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[Chrome] HTML5 talk and an update about Chrome OS @ Google: Dec 13

From: David C.
Sent on: Thursday, December 9, 2010 3:23 PM

Chrome folks

Please register to this event ASAP if you are interested.

Join Google for an end of year tech talk about the latest in HTML5 and an update about Chrome OS. There will be food, drinks, and seasonal good will and cheer!

Speaker: Seth Ladd is a Developer Advocate for Google Chrome. He has been developing web applications for over 14 years, and still has a blast doing it. After trying them all, he believes the most productive and fun web framework is Ruby on Rails. He has a wide array of skills and experience, including all aspects of web development, engineering, and deployment. Seth organized and produced Aloha on Rails, the Hawaii Ruby on Rails Conference.

Abstract: HTML5 gives us a number of different techniques for storing information on the client machine: AppCache for storing local copies of assets, localStorage for quick and simple key/value data, WebSQL and IndexDB for full SQL-like queries, and the FileSystem APIs for reading/writing files to a persistent sandbox. We'll spend time discussing all of these solutions and when you would want to use each.

When: Monday, Dec. 13 @ 6:00pm
Where: Google’s Mountain View Campus
RSVP Required: Registration Form

You will either get an RSVP confirmation email or a Waiting List confirmation email when you register.

Please don't ask anybody for help if you end up on the Waiting List.

Very sorry for messing up today's event. I was waiting for the update from Google to reschedule my event.
Best Regards,
David Cao ( )
Silicon Valley Android Developers Meetup
Silicon Valley Chrome OS Group

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