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Summit Report: Educating bleeding edge PWA developers (Progressive Web App Summit 2016)

Sarah Clark from Google's Web training team, shares how Udacity is partnering with Google Developers to educate Progressive Web App developers at scale.

On day 1 of the Progressive Web Applications Summit, Sarah's team announced two new courses and a new credential from Udacity.

The Progressive Web Applications Specialization is an additional credential on top of the Sr. Front-end Web Developer Nanodegree. If you're interested in this credential, please sign up to be notified when it opens for the first cohort of students: https://goo.gl/pGWnvW

We released two courses building on the talks at the summit, including the first course in the specialization. All of Udacity's courses are available for free; if you want additional coaching and/or a formal credential, you can enroll in the paid Nanodegree program.

Client-Server Communications is a deep dive into HTTP, HTTPS and HTTP/2. It also dives into securing your code against common attacks: https://goo.gl/7rHPT1

Web Accessibility is a comprehensive course that will make you an accessibility master. You'll learn how to design for accessibility, assess the accessibility of existing sites, and repair accessibility issues: https://goo.gl/12jJJ9

Also keep your eyes open for Web Push, the second course in the specialization, coming soon!

Music by Terra Monk: https://soundcloud.com/terramonk/pwa-amsterdam-2016

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