Google will be hosting a live hangout for Q&A around the latest version of Firebase, which has gotten a lot of updates this year. From Google:
Join us for a two-hour live streamed developer #AskFirebase (https://plus.google.com/s/%23AskFirebase) Q&A from wherever you are. On May 26th at 3:00 PM PDT you will be able to ask James Tamplin, co-founder of #Firebase (https://plus.google.com/s/%23Firebase), and +Magnus Hyttsten (https://plus.google.com/105493686551938948754), Firebase Developer Advocate, questions about Firebase LIVE! Make sure to start posting your questions today with#AskFirebaseLive (https://plus.google.com/s/%23AskFirebaseLive).
The live stream starts at 5PM Central time, but it will last two hours, so feel free to join whenever you can. Starting around 7, we will recap the event for those that come later, and brainstorm ways we might be able to use it, either as developers, or just as users!
We will also have a few attendees who went to I/O share what they learned, and give you an overview of what went on at the event.