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Hi,Android Workshops would be great, but I believe that you would have to set an "entry level" for participation. The concepts used in Android are not that obvious for beginners (OOP, XML, static typing, ...).The basics of Java can easily be learned through Processing.org (as workshops are already planned), and it might be appropriate to wait for such workshops to raise the programming skills of our Meetup group before diving into Android building. The alternative would be to focus on the "experienced" programmers of the group now, so that there would be more coaches next time.Best,HugoOn Thu, Sep 12, 2013 at 10:34 AM, Vincent <[address removed]> wrote:
Please Note: If you hit "REPLY", your message will be sent to everyone on this mailing list ([address removed])Vincent, Hackerspace BrusselsThe workshop can be organised if enough people show interest.If you're interested, please respond to that email.I still need to make the presentation appealing (advice welcome), and would be available for coaching.- using OpenGL (for advanced graphics, video games, ...)- classes, interfaces, methods (OOP)- if, for, while, ...- variablesJava is a widely used programming language. It's used to build mobile phone applications - Android -, dynamic websites and others.Hello everybodyI would like to know if people are interested by a Java and Android workshop.(Friedger already proposed building Android apps using simple tools, maybe he has some ideas to share)What could be covered in these workshops (nothing definitive yet):
JAVA:- basics of programming (if no prior knowlege)
- reading/writing to file- using Eclipse IDE
- ...ANDROID:- basics: the Android framework- sound, controls, ...- creating a graphical user interface (GUI)
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