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Awesome HTML5 night!
Date and Time
August 9, 2012 05:00 PM - 07:30 PM (GMT-8 Pacific Time US & Canada)
Google Los Angeles 340 Main St, Los Angeles, CA, 90291
Realtime (http://www.realtime.co) has developed and deployed a new technology that facilitates the transition from the currently static Web to the “live Web” -- one that is instantaneously updated worldwide within milliseconds.
André Parreira, Realtime CEO, will introduce the company’s Messaging System & Framework that features xRTML (extensive Realtime multiplatform language – www.xrtml.org) that converts existing static HTML code into Realtime “live Web” delivery – with no need to ever refresh.
Join Andre and learn more about this exciting technology that leading research firm, Gartner named 2012 “Cool Vendor” (http://www.realtime.co/coolvendor2012/).
Dan Beam is a young hacker on the Google Chrome team. He is a recovering serial job switcher, having previously worked for Yahoo!, the London 2012 Olympics, Live Nation / Ticketmaster, and AEG (and probably 10 others he's forgotten). He helped create Chrome's current New Tab page (v4), the new Settings UI (v2), the Chromium web development style guide (and an automated enforcer of it), and other small knickknacks and doodads in Chrome. He likes long walks on the beach with his dog (and sometimes girlfriend) and pina coladas without rain water in them.
Thanks for joining us. We'll have PIZZA and beverages too!
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