Special HTC OpenSense SDK Workshop w/Lock Scr,Sound Enh,Mob Dev Mgt,Com Ctr APIs

We will meet a couple of days before the 4th. Let's make this first meeting of the summer season something to celebrate for.

 

First of all, you may notice that GTUG is getting a new group name of Google Developer Group (GDG), and our group is now Google Developer Group East Bay (GDG East Bay). For those who attended Google I/O 2012 or any of the I/O Extended events, for example:

Heads Up: I/O Extended San Francisco (http://www.meetup.com/ebgtug/events/70832892/)
Heads Up: WIP Demo Lounge at Google I/O (a Google I/O Extended event) (http://www.meetup.com/ebgtug/events/70837792/)
Heads Up: DevJam's Google I/O Extended event (http://www.meetup.com/ebgtug/events/66220082/)

please come to our event to tell us what interested you the most?

 

What would be better to kick off the first summer season session for the East Bay GDG than with HTC? Let HTC share their expertise in the smartphones and tablets technologies with the members of East Bay GDG.

 

We will also be looking forward to hear from the most voted NeuroSky app project and see the status of the project!

 

Agenda:

6:00pm Check in and networking

6:10pm NeuroSky project showcase (Robert Stephenson)

6:15pm Introduction to the HTC OpenSense SDK and an overview of the currently available APIs including: Lock Screen, Sound Enhancer, Mobile Device Management, Common Controls, and more as well as a preview of upcoming APIs such as the Media Link HD API, and Hands-on HTC Workshop  (Dario Laverde, HTC)

9:00pm Raffles, clean up and networking

 

Session's Description:

An introduction to the HTC OpenSense SDK and an overview of the currently available APIs including: Lock Screen, Sound Enhancer, Mobile Device Management, Common Controls, and more as well as a preview of upcoming APIs such as the Media Link HD API. We will also hold a hands-on workshop and help you get started with developing an app that uses one or more of the APIs. There will be a HTC device prize/award.

The format will be a lecture followed by hands-on workshop, so please bring your fully charged laptops with Android SDK, Eclipse and HTC OpenSense SDK add-on already installed (install with SDK Manager), Android phone/tablet and a USB cable to connect the laptop and the Android device. Note, the installation can take some time, so please get it done ASAP. Thank you for your preparation.

 

Download and Install HTC OpenSense SDK and its prerequisites

http://www.htcdev.com/devcenter/opensense-sdk/download-install

 

Speaker's Bio:

Dario Laverde is a Developer Evangelist at HTC. He has experience in software development for mobile, embedded, web and enterprise. Amongst his various professional roles, he has worked as an Android Instructor, consultant, Java architect, author and entrepreneur (a JavaOne speaker 7 times). Dario leads the NYCJava JUG and co-organizes both the NYC-GTUG and the New York Android Developers Meetup. He also co-founded the skylight1 open source Android project featuring several apps on the market.

 

Notes:

Starting Q3, East Bay GDG meeting will incorporate a new element, an introduction to a specific technology session will be incorporated into the meeting. Perhaps we can start with HTML5 or Big Data (Thanks Shiva for your suggestion)? Let us know if you are interested.

 

How about RSVP to this event to show your interest? Thank you very much!

 

GDG East Bay is looking forward to see you!

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  • idfubar (Rishi Ugersain C.

    Dario says HTC doesn't usually share keynote/Meetup presentations and that (a few months after presentation) they were out-of-date; if there is some reference later provided it will be linked...

    April 4

  • idfubar (Rishi Ugersain C.

    Loaner equipment would ensure maximal participation...

    July 6, 2012

  • Sam S.

    Dario was great and the mini app submission was a great hands-on experience.

    July 3, 2012

  • C L

    Great suggestion Shiva. I put your suggestion on the introduction list.

    July 2, 2012

  • shiva k.

    Can we add Big data to the list?

    1 · July 2, 2012

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