Android Developer Workshop

The focus of the group is still being defined. There are multiple "Android Developers" meetups, but we wanted to do something to support devs working on real apps. A suggestion was posted in another android meetup about a meetup for testing on different devices. The proliferation of Android devices is great for the platform, but a real problem for developers. One part of this meetup would be getting together and trying out developer apps on different devices. We could also discuss UI design of the apps presented, as well as design and coding patterns used in real world situations. The group design is still in flux, though. Ideas welcome! We have a good space to hold meetups, and some early enthusiastic feedback.

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Past events

  • Meetup!

    17-18 May 2011 in New York, United States

    Sorry for the slight delay there.  Still working up the plan for this meetup.  Any talk suggestions and/or volunteers, please contact me.Updates soon.About the Host: NWCUThis event is part of NWCU, community-powered learning driven entirely by member participation.

  • Meetup!

    19-20 Apr 2011 in New York, United States

    Sorry for the slight delay there.  Still working up the plan for this meetup.  Any talk suggestions and/or volunteers, please contact me.Updates soon.About the Host: NWCUThis event is part of NWCU, community-powered learning driven entirely by member participation.

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