Dart hit 1.0 and is now Flight Ready! Developer communities around the world are hosting Dart Flight School events during the month of February 2014. Learn Dart and Angular at your local event, or start one yourself.
More to come. See something missing? Organizers can let us know.
Host a talk to show off what makes Dart a First-Class language.Tech Talk deck Tech Talk training video Intro to the Dart Language (from the community)
Go from runway to take-off through a guided hands-on Code Lab.Code Lab pt 1 Code Lab pt 2 Dart Tutorials AngularDart Tutorial AngularDart Code Lab
Create your own flight plan and use Dart to bring your ideas to the web.Hackathon Guide
Emblazen your event or gear.Dart logos and colors AngularDart logos Flight School logos Editable Flyers (install Montserrat first)
The Dart team will run Q&A sessions to help speakers get up to speed on the content before February.Q&A over Hangouts (Coming soon)
Connect with fellow organizers and other Dartisans over Google+.Flight School Organizers Dartisans
Dart Flight Schools are in-person, community run events to help developers learn Dart and Angular. They’ll be run by local Google Developer Groups or other developer meetups all over the world. Each event is a little different, but generally, a Dart Flight School can include a tech talk, code labs, or a hackathon.
Dart launched 1.0 in November 2013, and the Dart and Chrome teams wanted to help developers all over the world try Dart. The Dart team wants to hear feedback from developers who never used Dart, and from developers that looked at Dart when it first launched.
Angular has ported their popular framework to Dart, and has provided tutorials and examples.
Awesome! Please use #flydart.
Not necessarily, but Google is planning to support and promote groups that run their event in February. You can run a Flight School any time, but you may not get first-class support.
The Dart team will be providing instructional materials like slide decks and code labs. In the weeks leading up to February, the team will also host Hangouts on Air sessions for potential speakers to answer questions and explain the content. And of course, we’ll be sending awesome Dart swag to Flight School events. Depending on the resources at local offices, Google will also be hosting and directly sponsoring many events.
We’re planning on releasing the content as it’s completed mid-January. Stay up to date on the organizer mailing list (look for an invite) and Google+ community (look for an invite). You’ll receive invites to these forums if you fill out the form above.
Organizers are invited to join a private Google+ community. You must sign up to run an event and provide a name that matches your Google+ identity.
Check out the content that’s already available on dartlang.org. You can also find other "Dartisans" on Google+ and ask questions in the Dartisan community. The team also regularly answers questions on StackOverflow.
Contact your Google Developer Relations regional lead to get connected to local Dart Google Developer Experts. If you don’t know your regional lead, contact +Stephanie Liu. We'll also promote the event series in the Dart community, and will introduce potential speakers with organizers in their area. Of course, feel free to look for speakers inside of, and outside of, the local Dart community.
We're still working out the details, but we promise not to make you do any Herculean feats of strength.
Venue, food, and other direct sponsorship will be handled at the local level. It will depend on local resource constraints and the specifics of your event. Please work with your Google regional lead. If you don't know who your regional lead is, please ping +Stephanie Liu.
Flight School events listed on this site are not official Google events. The Flight School events are produced by local developer communities, Google Developer Groups, meetups, or other organizations.
The Flight School events listed on this site are not vetted by Google.