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Monthly Android Technical Session Hosted by LG Electronics

  • Oct 29, 2013 · 6:30 PM
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This is our monthly technical session, hosted by

LG Developer Event. You must registered at the following eventbrite event to be admitted.


LG Developer Event will introduce LG's QRemote SDK that is supported by LG's new flagship smartphone G2.

LG Electronics has released the LG QRemote SDK that provides developers with Open API necessary to develop IR (Infrared) remote sensor enabled applications for LG smartphones. So get your creative juices flowing with the LG's latest offering! You will also have the opportunity to check out the new superphone G2.



6:30 - 7:30 Networking and Light Dinner

7:30 - 7:45 LG's Developer Program Announcements

7:45 - 9:30 LG QRemote SDK Presentation, Demo, and more

LOCATION: W San Francisco Hotel 181 3rd St San Francisco, CA 94103

Please note there is limited space - this is by design - so please RSVP only if you are serious about attending the event and update your RSVP if you can no longer attend.




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  • Peter van der L.

    The presentation was fatally flawed by the poor English skills of 2 of the speakers. In addition, the slides were poorly organized, and the subject APIs very poorly explained. Many of the demo's failed. In addition, Jungyo (spelling?) did not appear to realize no one could see (on the tv) what he was touching or pressing on the phone.

    I'm sorry - this was an important event, and the presentation skills were just not up to the minimum acceptable standard. If the requisite skills are not in house, then please bring in outside consultants to vet the slides and demos of future presentations.

    Thank you for the mobile device; this is definitely an encouragement to developers. A more thoughtful and fluent presentation would have been even more of an encouragement to get everyone started with the APIs more quickly.

    1 · October 29, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Can't quibble with your facts, Peter. But the crowd was forgiving, and the spirit of the event was delightful. Jiwon's quizzes were hilarious -- and I'd argue that the language barrier added to the fun. He playfully offered only 5 seconds per answer, and the questions themselves were pretty much un-understandable, which made for a ridiculously impossible situation -- all happily resolved by giving all participants a prize.

      October 30, 2013

    • Peter van der L.

      You're right, David - I was probably too harsh after getting home quite late, from a very long day, in a very long week that included the weekend :-(

      October 30, 2013

  • Tony P.

    Looking forward to meeting you all!

    October 19, 2013

  • Tony P.

    Lookin dorward to meetinfn

    October 19, 2013

  • Peter van der L.

    Looking forward to this event (and API).
    For anyone confused about the venue, 181 3rd St is a (very expensive) boutique hotel called "W San Francisco" . See you there!

    September 16, 2013

  • Hanumantha R.

    Android Technical Session

    September 16, 2013

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