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#webdevLIVE: Google announces three-days Web.Dev Live conference starting June 30

Google had planned to organise a three-day Web.dev Live conference from June 30 to July 2.

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Google announces three-days Web.Dev Live conference starting June 30

Google had planned to organise a three-day Web.dev Live conference from June 30 to July 2. The live digital conference is for developers as well as webmasters and SEO professionals.

Google Webmasters took to Twitter to announce the conference and wrote, “Save the date for #webdevLIVE! We’re planning some Search-specific sessions on June 30th: Debugging JavaScript SEO issues Implementing structured data with JavaScript”. It has also provided the link to access more information about the Web.dev Live.

A landing page reads:

“These are unprecedented times, with people worldwide looking to stay connected and informed. The Web plays a special role here, and we’re proud to see how the community has stepped up”. Join Google’s Web Platform team, from the comfort of your homes, to celebrate our community’s actions, learn modern web techniques and connect with each other.”

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The conference intends to help people stay connected, informed, and keep abreast of modern web techniques. The Google Webmasters Team has scheduled two search sessions for June 30.

  • Fixing JavaScript SEO Bugs
  • Implementing structured data with JavaScript

Participation in the conference is free. You can apply on the event page.

On Tuesday, June 30, Google’s Martin Splitt will present two consecutive sessions on JavaScript SEO:

  • Debugging JavaScript SEO problems
  • Implementing structured data with JavaScript

No specific time has been set for these sessions, but these are the last two sessions of the day.

Recently, Google Webmaster has started a podcast with Google Search Relations team John Mueller, Gary Illyes, Martin Splitt in addition to a YouTube channel.

 

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