If you were previously on the wait list, you still have to pay for your ticket to confirm your reservation.
Find event info here (http://bit.ly/devfest-2013) - for those that are confirmed.
Follow the action and new announcements by joining our Dev Fest Google Plus Event (https://plus.google.com/events/ct73e3me5gqoqt4jcekt9msbuoo).
If you didn't get a ticket - we're going to try to broadcast our morning presentations so you can still watch On Air (https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cuve9hom0mh4is9s1u2b60dnts0).
Dev Fest is an all-day event for you to learn new Google technologies. Bring your laptop - we're going to feature hands-on labs so you can dig in and try out what you've learned with the help of our on-site experts.
At the end of the day, we invite you to present a 5 minute demo of what you've been working on during the day (and we'll have prizes for the coolest demos; if you don't want to demo your stuff - that's cool too; just come to learn and have fun).
You'll also have a chance to win some of the latest Google devices (https://plus.google.com/104304419342230315027/posts/8ipev3biBfL)!
We're focusing this year's event on these Chrome-based technologies:
1. Chrome Apps (http://developer.chrome.com/apps/about_apps.html) (aka Packaged Apps) - Build installable apps that
run anywhere Chrome does.
3. Dart (https://www.dartlang.org/) - A new programming language and environment for building
Friday, Sept 27 at Appature (http://www.appature.com/about_us.html)
5:30pm Mixer - Come meet our presenters and fellow attendees!
Appature, our host, is a Madrona funded startup that builds extensive
cloud-based applications that run in the browser.
Saturday, Sept 28 at UW (Mary Gates Hall (http://www.washington.edu/uaa/leading/mary-gates-hall/))
9:00am: Welcome and Breakfast
1:00pm - 5:30pm: Structured Code Labs
5:30pm - 7:30: Demos and Wrap Up
8:00pm: After party (no host).
All attendees will receive a custom GDG DevFest shirt - created for the world-wide DevFest meetups in 2013.
Design by Oleh Zasadnyy (https://plus.google.com/102989169039151799851/posts) - GDG Lviv, Ukraine.
Please join our Google Plus Event (https://plus.google.com/events/ct73e3me5gqoqt4jcekt9msbuoo) to keep up with the latest news about GDG DevFest 2013.
Joe Marini (https://plus.google.com/+JoeMarini/posts) - Joe is a Senior Developer Advocate for the Google Chrome team.
Emily Fortuna (https://plus.google.com/111174880808074432812/posts) - Emily is a Software Engineer on the Dart Programming Language team.
Thank You, Sponsors and Volunteers!
Thanks to our sponsors and volunteers for making this event possible:
Google, Madrona VC, Appature
Heather Koyuk (https://plus.google.com/107525106064646835220/posts), Clive Boulton (https://plus.google.com/116991815337292678267/posts), Jason Kennedy (https://plus.google.com/116807883656585676940/posts), Chris Risner (https://plus.google.com/104503690472140695248/posts), Brandon Donnelson (https://plus.google.com/111739836936169749229/posts)
Mary Gates Hall (map (http://www.washington.edu/maps/?l=MGH))
Directions and Parkiing (http://www.css.washington.edu/MGH_Directions)