Thanks for your RSVP for "Special HTC event on the "Bluetooth Low Energy" and a mini-hackathon" at 6pm, Monday, 2/4/2013 at Dublin Library Community Room. Please bring a computer with Android SDK installed if you want to participate in the mini-hackathon. For direction and details,
We are looking forward to see you tonight!
Thank you for your RSVP for the 4th quarterly Industry Innovation event at the Google Developer Group (GDG) East Bay "Creating 2nd screen exp & app on LG Smart TV". We are looking forward to see you at 6PM today (Monday, December 10th, 2012) at the Dublin library Community Room (200 Civic Plaza, Dublin, CA). For details and directions, http://www.meetup.com/gdgeastbay/even....
Congratulations on your one more new meetup group!
Thank you for your RSVP for the "State of the Google Cloud SQL and an Introduction to the Samsung S Pen SDK". We are looking forward to see you next Monday, November 5th, 2012 at 6pm at Dublin Library Program Room (Dublin, California).
Please preload Samsung S Pen SDK required items as listed on the "Special Note:" section in
your link below your name igoes to a dead link. Next wed. I can do a talk on the following: "Business of App development and marketing. Will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of royalties vs. time and materials vs. fixed fee. Speaker has developed over 80 iphone/android titles, and has a lot of good data on the long term sales patterns of titles, the trends in the stores, and some of the great challenges facing anyone attempting to make a living in this exciting new business arena."
Android Programming Classes at the Alameda Public Library has reached 600 members on Monday, July 30th, 2012.
thanks for your reply... I think I have my settings correct to receive emails now. If you ever need anyone to test your remote access (if or when it becomes available), drop me a line and I will be happy to test.
Drop me a note when you have a moment.
Whats the agenda for today the Regular Android meeting? I am new to this meet up, today is going to be my first. In the past i know you follow the Hello Android book chapters.
I wanted to start doing the Book exercise, starting from chapter 1. Is it OK if i come early and just start doing just this?
Would you be interested in presenting your Eclipse plug-in work at an SF Peninsula Software Development Meetup in Foster City?