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6:00 - 6:30pm Networking, refreshments, pies.
6:30 - 6:50pm Lightning Talks, Announcements
7:00 - 7:45pm Mirror API
John will give an introduction to the Mirror API. He will talk briefly about how to get started building for the Mirror API, and review the Java Quick-Start.
E. John Feig is currently working for TiKL, Inc. as an Android developer, John is responsible for code that gets shipped to tens of millions of users. He gets to do lots of fun stuff at TiKL, like writing clients for new platforms from scratch, playing with Google Glass and touching the full stack. He has worked on the Android client, some of the Java servers, the in-development web client, a bit of PhotoShop, as well as keeping up with TiKL's social media presence.
7:45 - 8:30pm The Glass Platform: How We Got Here
Jenny Murphy has been working on the Google Glass developer platform for a year and a half. It's been a wild ride. In this keynote, she will tell you some stories about the challenges faced along the way. These stories will give you insight into how the APIs and design guidelines came to be. Believe it or not, there's more to it than pictures of kittens and puppies.
Jenny Murphy is a Staff Developer Programs Engineer on Google Glass. In this role, she helps developers use Google APIs and technologies to build cool stuff for Glass. Before joining Google, Jenny worked in a wide variety of software engineering roles from robotics at NASA to the architect of a social media startup. She is passionate about writing and education, especially on the subjects of technology and science.
Interested in getting started with Google Glass?
This workshop for you! This is a hands-on workshop. Please come prepared by installing all the software necessary. Watch the videos,
MacOS, Windows 7 or Linux laptop
Mirror API -
Any IDE or text editor
A Google account (or a Google Apps account, for OAuth)
Download quickstart and import into IDE (if using an IDE)
Test run mvn install and mvn jetty:run from the command line in the project directory, make sure they don't crash or give errors
Download and Install Android ADT at http://developer.android.com/sdk/installing/bundle.html
Watch video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZSLKtpgQkc
Getting Started (In the presentation)
Download and install credentials (will be given during the presentation)
mvn install then mvn jetty:run
Browse to localhost:8080
In another tab, visit the playground: http://goo.gl/pJJG2V