Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 9th and 10th, 2010

Eric Bidelman

About Eric
Eric is an engineer and developer advocate on Google's Developer Relations team. Over the last two years he's worked on various developers focused products, including Google Docs, Sites, Health, and OAuth. Recently, Eric joined the Chrome team to help spread HTML5 goodness around the globe. Prior to Google, Eric worked as a software engineer at the University of Michigan where he designed rich web applications and APIs for the university's 19 libraries. Eric holds a B.S.E in Computer Engineering and a B.S.E in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
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Speaking Sessions

  • Google Chrome / HTML5

    5:00 PM Saturday   Room: 5501
    <p>This presentation will consist of four, roughly ~20min talks (with built-in QA), that focus on all that is Chrome as a developer platform. Topics will include:</p> <ul> <li><b>HTML5 and the open web</b> (Ernest Delgado)</li> <li><b>Chrome Extensions</b> (Ernest Delgado) Chrome Extensions allow you to extend the native functionality of the Google Chrome browser using familiar web technologies such as HTML5, css3, and JavaScript.</li> <li><b>Chrome Web Store: What is a Web App?</b> (Eric Bidelman) This talk will discuss the essentials of building an installable web application for the Chrome Web Store, Chrome OS, and the 70 million users of Google Chrome. The Web Store will allow developers to monetize their web applications.</li> <li><b>Native Client</b> (Eric Bidelman) Ever wanted to write a web app in C++? Google's Native Client technology allows us to run C++ inside of the Chrome browser.</li> </ul> <p>Both speakers are members of Google's Chrome Developer Relations team.</p> <p>HTML5 slides:</p>

    Speakers:    Eric Bidelman  Ernest Delgado