Firebase Summit 2020: Frequently Asked Questions

Access

Will the sessions be livestreamed? What if I can’t follow the event in real time?

We want you to be able to access the content however it works best for you. The event will livestream directly from the Firebase Summit 2020 website on 27 October, starting at 9:30 AM PT.

The livestream offers a live viewing experience featuring the keynote, full coverage of all sessions as they happen, and a chance to chat with the Firebase team while you watch!

If you are busy at work or need to work around a tricky time difference, all sessions will be available on demand following the keynote on firebase.google.com/summit/on-demand.

Do I need to register to watch the event?

You do not need to register to watch any of the videos or access any of the other content. However, you will need to sign-in with a Google account if you would like to participate in the live chat and Q&A. To receive updates about the event, sign up here.

Will I need a Google account to watch?

No, you do not need a Google account to watch the videos. However, you will need to sign-in with a Google account if you would like to participate in the live chat and Q&A.

How do I access the videos on demand?

All videos will be available on demand following the keynote on 27 October on firebase.google.com/summit/on-demand, or the YouTube channel in the days after the event.

I have questions but missed #AskFirebase Live. Can I still ask my questions?

Even though you’ve missed the live session, you can still use the event Q&A to ask any questions you might have. It will be up throughout the two days of the event, and someone will respond to your questions within 24 hours.

What is a Dory?

The Dory is the official Event Q&A tool. It is a Google tool to help spark engaging conversations between speakers and attendees. Share ideas, and ask, vote and comment on questions!

Where do I find the codelabs?

You can access all of the codelabs, along with walkthrough videos, under the 'Learn' tab on firebase.google.com/summit/learn. We have four new Firebase codelabs as well as five Pathways for you to dive even deeper into topics.

How do I use the online demos?

Click on the link for each demo to launch the experience - it will open in a separate window or tab. More instructions will be included once you open each demo.

Do I need to log-in to use the demos?

No, you do not need to log-in to use any of the demos.

How can I stay up-to-date on what's happening?

For the latest information about sessions, speakers, and activities, please visit firebase.google.com/summit, or follow @Firebase on Twitter, and sign up for event updates. You can also follow and join the social conversation about the event using the #FirebaseSummit hashtag.

Is there a Code of Conduct for the event?

Attendees, please review our Community Guidelines to ensure that Firebase Summit is a harassment-free and inclusive event experience for everyone. At Firebase Summit, we take our Community Guidelines seriously, and all attendees, speakers, and staff at our event are required to agree to these guidelines. If you have any questions, please contact firebase-summit-community@google.com.

Connect

How do I connect with the Firebase team?

You can connect with the Firebase team in many different ways:

  • If you have technical questions, go to firebase.google.com/support.
  • If you want to stay up to date on Firebase news and content, follow us on Twitter.
  • If you're looking for even more resources and articles, check out our blog.
  • You can also find more video tutorials over on our Youtube channel.