April is Android month here at South Bay Mobile User Group! SMUG meetings just keep getting BETTER!
With the accelerating importance of mobile devices in everyday life, one operating system has distinguished itself in terms of openness, popularity, and versatility. Since launching in 2008, Android has taken its place at the summit in terms of market share, and expertise in Android development has become a highly valuable asset for developers. This meeting is pleased to present Chris Scripca! This talk will offer everyone an in-depth introduction to this rapidly expanding platform. Save time and learn from an expert Android developer:
Learn how to install and setup of the Android SDK, Eclipse IDE, and Java JDK
Learn the basics of the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment which is the tool used to write, compile, and test Android applications
Introduction to the Android Operating System
Android from the user's point of view
Exploring platform-specific tools
Integration of Android with Eclipse
Constructing a standard interface
Overview and steps on publishing your applications to the Android Marketplace and management of your applications online
And much, much more
Java developers! If you have been putting off learning how to begin utilizing your skills and adding to your skill set Android application development, here’s your chance to save time and reduce the learning curve. Everyone is welcome to attend this wonderfully informative presentation.
Chris Scripca has worked with his wife on Android applications for nearly 3 years, releasing 4 (soon to be 5 games) and 2 apps with over 70,000 downloads on the market. Spending most of his life programming in one form or another, he loves to share his knowledge on programming, game development, and life in general.
We will be raffling off mobile tech books and FREE access to online training to winners.
This meeting will start promptly at 6:30!!
This meet up is sponsored by
Meeting is in building 100, room 1 E13 Enter the Honda campus on the west side off of Van ness street. Turning east on Central street will take you on to the campus. Turn right at the first street once on the campus. Building 100 is the large building on the south side of the campus with HONDA on it in large red letters. Park and enter on the south side of building 100.
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