Tuesday 17th March, 2015
5:45pm to 8:30pm
PA: Building a secure Polymer app with Spring backend with Scott Deeg
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NOTE: THIS MEETUP IS IN PALO ALTO at 5:45pm PDT
6:00-6:30 pm Food and networking
6:30-8:00pm Talk and Q&A
8:00-8:30 pm Wind down
Polymer is the latest web framework out of Google. Designed completely around the emerging Web Components standards, it has the lofty goal of making it easy to build apps based on these low level primitives. Along with Polymer comes a new set of Elements (buttons, dialog boxes and such) based on the ideas of "Material Design". These technologies together make it easy to build responsive, componentized "Single Page" web applications that work for browsers on PCs or mobile devices. But what about the backend, and how do we make these apps secure?
About the speaker: Scott Deeg began his journey with Java in 1996 as a member of the Visual Cafe team at Symantec, and since then has been bouncing around Silicon Valley in a variety of positions, primarily in the enterprise Java application space. As a member of Pivotal he works with large enterprises on their strategy for building and operationalizing modern applications in cloud architectures, and occasionally even gets to write some code.
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