At this month's Code Matters, we're joined by not one but two Googlers: Thomas Steiner and Miguel Carlos Martinez Diaz who'll be guiding us through a mini-hackaton. Don't miss it!
Thomas and Miguel will be guiding us through a mini-hackaton to show us how dynamic (progressive web) apps can be built with AMP, debunking the myths that AMP is only a static framework and that it doesn’t get together with PWA.
The final app attendees will be hacking will look something like this. By giving a basic scaffolding, we can fit this in any format with plenty of ways for participants to explore different directions like focusing more on the PWA aspects, the design, or the UX, among other opportunities
Remember to bring your own laptop!
Mobile Solutions Consultant at Google. Accomplished IT professional with demonstrated success designing and implementing large systems and improving quality within organizations. Fast learner, good communicator, proven adapter to changing environments, technology tinkerer, always eager to explore new things. With a crush on corporate citizenship as a tool for driving social transformation.
Thomas Steiner is a Developer Advocate at Google Hamburg, focused on all things Mobile Web. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain, and for more than ten years has worked on building and architecting technically challenging solutions for some of Google's largest advertisers and publishers.