DUE TO CAPACITY ISSUE, THIS CLASS HAS BEEN POSTPONED INDEFINITLY.
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Introduction to Android Class
1:20PM Introduction & Announcement.
1:30PM 3-hour Presentation
Introduction to Android Class
Instructor: Peter van der Linden, Motorola Mobility.
The class is one 3 hour session (with 2 minutes breaks).
It is structured as three presentations, each 58 minutes long.
Peter van der Linden, Android Technology Evangelist at Motorola Mobility
Peter is the author of several best-selling programming books, including "Just Java" and "Expert C Programming." He has lived and worked in Silicon Valley for the past 24 years for a startup, a Fortune 100 company, and everything in between. Peter is Motorola's Android Technology Evangelist. Outside the office, Peter is an accomplished "hammockeer" holding state records for style, duration, altitude and an award-winning repose. Hammockeering is like orienteering, but with fewer waypoints.
Anna Schaller will also be presenting one of the lectures.
Anna is a Developer Advocate with Motorola Mobility. She helps third-party developers create great applications for Android devices. Anna began her career as a software engineer at Carnegie Mellon University. She has been involved in the mobile space for the past 10 years, beginning at Palm, where she participated in creating programs and content to help developers create applications for Palm OS. Her work at Motorola continues that role with support for developer programs and services on Android. Anna holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from the University of Pittsburgh.
Here is the STUDENT PROFILE: This class is intended for people who are struggling with their first Android app. If you have already successfully completed an Android app, you have gone beyond this class already -- please drop out, and give up your seat to a newbie.
There will not be any hardware given away at this event. Please don't ask for it.
The giveaway is Android programming knowledge.
These 3 hour long labs are intended for software developers who want to follow along with an instructor as an Android app is developed. Before attending these sessions, participants are expected to configure their development environment onto a laptop by completing the following steps:
If you run into problems please post your questions on our developer.motorola.com discussion board at http://community.developer.motorola.com/t5/MOTODEV-Studio-for-Android/First-Time-Installation-Instructions-Thread/td-p/20874.
If you have an Android phone, bring it, along with a USB cable to your laptop.
We are organizing this event as a lecture in which students can follow along on their own laptop with the instructor.
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