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The Polymer team will run Q&A sessions to prep speakers.
Polymer Polytechnic is an event series of in-person, community-run events to help developers learn Polymer. These events are run by local Google Developer Groups or other developer meetups all over the world. Each event is a little different, but generally, Polymer Polytechnic can include a tech talk, series of code labs, and time for personal hacking.
The Polymer team wants to help developers all over the world try this future facing technology. They also want to hear developer feedback as they continue to develop the product.
Great questions! Please use #itshackademic and be sure to follow and mention @polymer.
Nope! You can run a Polymer Polytechnic event any time!
Polymer is very targeted at building mobile web apps, and client side apps in general. The design goal should be to compose your apps out of well encapsulated elements, like building blocks. Polymer is also a wonderful tool for creating mashups and componentizing APIs and services.
We've provided links to the swag designs in the resources section. If you are a GDG in need of support to get swag printed you should contact your regional lead.
Venue, food, and other direct sponsorship will be handled at the local level. It will depend on local resource constraints and the specific of your event. Please work with your Google regional lead. If you don’t know who your regional lead is, ping +Adriana Cerundolo.
Polytechnic events listed on this site are not official Google events. The Polytechnic events are produced by local developer communities, Google Developer Groups, meetups, or other organizations.
Yes! It's important to make everyone feel safe and welcome at your event. We have provided a sample Code of Conduct which you may use and adapt for your own event.
The Polytechnic events listed on this site are not vetted by Google.