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Mobile Study Group

Welcome to the Mobile Study group. If you have interest in Mobile development, please attend!

Format One:

We are fortunate to have a guest instructor who will be teaching a six week comprehensive mobile bootcamp (this is week two). The first three weeks will be Java for Android development. The second three weeks will be Objective-C for iOS development. This is a sprint for beginners and will move quickly. To make the most out of this opportunity, it is strongly recommended that you show up to all lessons (although, if you missed one please still free to join) and that you to complete homework to keep up and move forward with the lesson. 

OR 

Format Two:

You can stick with the normal WWC Mobile  meetup format (you won't be alone).

You will pair program with other attendees and build an app! You'll move at your own pace and will be able to get your hands dirty with an app from initial design to full implementation. Mentors will be floating around to answer any and all questions so you can leave with a super cool app!

Schedule:
6:30 - 7:00 Mingle and Dinner
7:00 - 9:00 Pair Programming

What to do beforehand?

iOS: You will need a Mac computer running OSX 10.7 or later, with Xcode 4.5 or later. Please install Xcode from the Mac App Store before you arrive.

Android: Android apps can be developed on Mac or PC. Please install Android Studio or Eclipse and the Android SDK before you arrive. If you do not have the proper equipment, don't worry, we will pair everyone up to work together.

Mobile Learning Resources:
iOS - www.raywenderlich.com/tutorials

<Beginner Friendly> “Your First App” http://www.raywenderlich.com/25561/learn-to-code-ios-apps-3-your-first-app
or <Beginner Friendly> “How to Create a Simple iPhone App: Part 1/3”
http://www.raywenderlich.com/1797/ios-tutorial-how-to-create-a-simple-iphone-app-part-1

Android - www.vogella.com
www.github.com/thecodepath/android_guides/wiki

As with all Women Who Code events, this event is open only to those who identify as a woman. Women Who Code is emphatically trans- and queer-friendly.

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  • Sea Serpent D.

    It was great. Unfortunately, there was an issue in my computer that prevented me from completing the class. I didn't want to disturb the class, so I left early to see what it was.

    June 17, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I wasn't able to attend the session this Monday. Which format is the group doing?

    June 12, 2014

    • Rose T.

      Format One and Format Two are both options. It is up to you to choose.

      June 15, 2014

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