For developers who attended or followed Google I/O 2016, the word "Firebase" picked up a lot of importance this last week. The powerful set of tools from Google that helps developers create, deploy, monetize and upgrade their apps saw a lot of attention at Google's yearly developer conference, and naturally that generated a lot of questions.
To help get developers up to speed, Google is hosting a live Q&A session on May 26 at 3:30 p.m. PT (that's 6:30 p.m. ET) for a full two hours to take developer questions on the tools.
Firebase co-founder James Tamplin and developer advocate Mgnus Hyttsten will be on hand to talk to developers about the latest news in Firebase and answer as many questions as they can. They're encouraging developers to start submitting questions now by registering for the event before the live portion gets started.
Even if you don't have a specific question or don't currently use Firebase, this will be an interesting stream (or recording) to watch to get to know all of the latest tools. Again, it all kicks off at 3:30 p.m. PT on May 26.