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Introduction to Android Development with Java -- HTML5 need not apply.

Starting at 6:30pm, we'll have free food sponsored by Arbormoon Software, Inc.

Our main meeting will start at 7pm, and feature an Introduction to Android Development in Java by Dan McNeil of Arbormoon Software, Inc.

Whether you have a deep understanding of Java or are just getting started with the language, the Open Source Platform that is Android is an easy, quick and Mostly Free(!) way to get started developing software in the mobile world!

In this session, we will learn about the tools, documentation and basic testing abilities that can be had for Free(!) and how to get started using them to develop applications that can range from trivial (fart apps, right?) to the (extremely) non-trivial.

Dan McNeil is the Lead Android Developer for Arbormoon Software, Inc.  His passion for Android began when he tried to install Android Beta on a Treo 650 only to find it needed more RAM to be fun, and has not stopped since.

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  • David P.

    This was a really great meetup session. The topics presented were at the right intro/beginners level, and the right balance of Android app dev theoritical explanations with technical code examples. Great presentation Dan. Thanks !!

    November 3, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    It was great

    October 25, 2012

  • Dan M.

    Thanks to ADUG-A2 member Scott Weber for pointing out to our sponsor that "Native Android Development" usually connotes working with the NDK (Native Development Kit) and native languages like C/C++ to utilize libraries and code that can offer speed increases and code-base sharing across platforms.
    I share some of the blame for not providing a title, but Dave Koziol said I could throw him under the bus ;)
    Hope to see many of you ready to start digging into this excellent (and did I mention Free!) platform for mobile development.

    October 4, 2012

  • Joshua C.

    Oh man, if only this meetup wasn't on the same night as Rifftrax Live (to which I've already bought tickets!)

    October 4, 2012

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