** NEW: SUPPORTING DIVERSITY **
If you are from an under-represented community in tech, please apply for to get a FREE ticket here (while supplies last). http://bit.ly/pwacamp-diversity
PWA, or Progressive Web Apps, are web applications built with progressive enhancement as a core philosophy. They are born ready to work for any user, on any browser platform, to provide a fast and fluid experience despite network connectivity, device form factor or operating system differences.
PWA Camp is the first in a series of "Study Camps" designed to jumpstart understanding of a technology through a combination of tech talks and hands-on codelabs in a community setting.
The day is broadly structured into three sessions --Principles, Programming and Practices. You are strongly urged to bring laptops and power cords and be ready to spend some time in the afternoon getting hands-on experience with developing PWAs.
Tickets are available via the General Assembly Site. To get discount codes, join the GDG NYC meetup and watch for announcements with promo codes.
If you are interested in sponsoring this (or future) events, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Funds will help us make the event more accessible to under-represented groups and also support our ability to run more of these events in the future.
Code of Conduct:
This is a community that strongly believes in civility, equality and non-discrimination. We are committed to providing a safe, welcoming and friendly environment for everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age or disability. Harassment of any kind (physical, digital or verbal) will absolutely not be tolerated.
If you experience or see anything that violates this code of conduct, please talk to an organizer at once and we will take immediate action that could include requiring the violators to leave this event and potentially be blacklisted from future events. If you have questions or comments, please contact email@example.com.
The image at the top of this page was created as part of the awesome #WOCInTech Chat, an initiative to connect women of color to opportunities in tech. Learn more at http://www.wocintechchat.com/