Wednesday, July 27, 2011
By Phoebe Peronto, Developer Marketing Team
Attention, HTML5 developers! Open Call for Google Developer Day 2011 starts Tuesday, August 2 at 9AM PDT. Open Call is an opportunity to showcase your best work alongside developer peers from 8 GDD countries worldwide. Visit us online for a chance to showcase your work and earn a ticket to GDD 2011.
The HTML5 challenge launches Tuesday, August 2 at 9AM PDT with 1 week to complete. Submissions are due by Tuesday, August 9 at 5PM PDT and will be judged by regional panels of the most qualified developers worldwide. Judges will select the top 10 HTML5 submissions from each country to be featured online for Google Developer Day.
Just a friendly reminder that Open Call is an optional supplement to your GDD application, though you might get extra credit for participating.
Want more GDD news? Check out our website as we bring you the latest on locations, sessions, and agendas. Looking forward to seeing you at #gdd11!
Google Developer Day will come to eight cities around the world in 2011, bringing you the future in web and mobile technologies. These one-day events feature deep technical content on Google platforms and products from the teams that work on them. Join us for the latest developments in Android, Chrome, HTML5, App Engine and more in a city near you.
Phoebe Peronto is a Developer Marketing Intern working to coordinate the launch of Google Developer Days 2011. She hails from UC Berkeley as a rising senior studying Political Science and Business, and is excited to work with the Google team for summer 2011.
Posted by Scott Knaster, Editor