• Google IO Extended 2019 Trondheim

    Evry Consulting AS Avd Sluppenveien

    Google's annual developer conference, kicks off May 7th and you are invited to watch the live-stream of the opening keynote with other community members at EVRY, Trondheim. Meet other likeminded people and learn and discuss about Google's latest product and platform innovations. There will be some food & drinks and giveaways throughout the event so make sure to stick around the whole time! We hope to see you here. #io19 #io19extended is official hashtag, add #gdgtrondheim for our event Check out https://events.google.com/io/ for more info.

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  • Study Jam - Kotlin (Session 2)

    Evry Consulting AS Avd Sluppenveien

    Would you like to get started with Kotlin or hangout with other Kotlin enthusiast in town? This event is for you! We will be hosting four Kotlin study jams as we work our way through the Udacity Kotlin Bootcamp for Programmers course. Study Jams are community-organized study groups around Google online developer courses. The goal is to support as many as possible in completing the course, thereby raising the technical level of the community. At each study jam we will cover a session from the course, discuss questions and issues at hand as we go along. There will be some Kotlin developers tutoring this course and hope to share some PRO TIPS and experiences with Kotlin. Schedule * Session 1: Monday,[masked], 6-8pm [Kotlin Basics] * Session 2: Thursday,[masked], 6-8pm [Functions & Classes] * Session 3: TBA [Kotlin Essentials: Beyond the Basics] * Session 4: TBA [Coroutines] Slack Please join the #kotlin-study-jam slack channel in the gdg-trondheim.slack.com slack group for questions and feedback as we go along. More about this course: https://www.udacity.com/course/kotlin-bootcamp-for-programmers--ud9011 Prerequisites You need a laptop and it's best if you have been programming for at least 1 year, and are comfortable with an IDE, such as IntelliJ or Android Studio Code of conduct: https://www.google.com/events/policy/anti-harassmentpolicy.html There will be some food & drinks (soda and beer) sponsored by Webstep. We hope to see you here.

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  • Kotlin Study Jam

    Webstep AS

    Would you like to get started with Kotlin or hangout with other Kotlin enthusiast in town? This event is for you! We will be hosting four Kotlin study jams as we work our way through the Udacity Kotlin Bootcamp for Programmers course. Study Jams are community-organized study groups around Google online developer courses. The goal is to support as many as possible in completing the course, thereby raising the technical level of the community. At each study jam we will cover a session from the course, discuss questions and issues at hand as we go along. There will be some Kotlin developers tutoring this course and hope to share some PRO TIPS and experiences with Kotlin. Schedule * Session 1: Monday,[masked], 6-8pm [Kotlin Basics] * Session 2: TBA [Functions & Classes] * Session 3: TBA [Kotlin Essentials: Beyond the Basics] * Session 4: TBA [Coroutines] Slack Please join the #kotlin-study-jam slack channel in the gdg-trondheim.slack.com slack group for questions and feedback as we go along. More about this course: https://www.udacity.com/course/kotlin-bootcamp-for-programmers--ud9011 Prerequisites You need a laptop and it's best if you have been programming for at least 1 year, and are comfortable with an IDE, such as IntelliJ or Android Studio Code of conduct: https://www.google.com/events/policy/anti-harassmentpolicy.html There will be some food & drinks (soda and beer) sponsored by Webstep. We hope to see you here.

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  • Google DevFest 2018 Trondheim

    Olavshallen

    It's official! GDG-Trondheim is going to host its first GDG DevFest and you are invited to a single day ticketed developer conference on Mobile, Web, Cloud and other emerging technologies. Reasons to attend DevFest 2018 Trondheim: - Meet passionate developers in your community - Learn about software craftsmanship and progressive technologies from an array of experts - Discover how technology can solve problems and help drive innovation - Explore the vibrant city of Trondheim, the third largest city in Norway Who should attend: Developers and designer of all levels. There’s something in the programme for everyone. To find out more about speakers, topics and agenda as they get announced, visit >> http://bit.ly/DFestTrdAgenda Code of Conduct We are committed to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for all. Learn more on >> http://bit.ly/DFestTrdCOC

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  • Microservices Architecture & Message Queues

    Zedge - 5 floor

    Topic: Introduction to Microservices Architecture and Message Queues Description: In the last few years we have seen how new architecture patters have arisen in order to better serve the latest technology trends. One of the most popular ones is Microservices Architecture, where a set of small, independent and modular services interact with each other to serve a business goal. In this talk we will give an overview of how do microservices work, why and when to use them, and how to orchestrate them using message queues. Presenter: Arturo Calvo is a Technology Architect at Accenture. He combines 13 years of experience as a software engineer in startups, academia and multinationals in 5 different countries. He founded 3 startups in the past, and he is a mentor at different entrepreneurship programmes. His interests include Artificial Intelligence, Microservices, Design Thinking and Lean Startup. Web: arturocalvo.com Twitter:@artucalvo Thanks to ZEDGE for hosting us and Accenture for sponsoring food and drinks for this event.

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  • Hello Flutter!

    Webstep AS

    Flutter is another open-source cross-platform framework prepared for mobile app platforms. Since its "beta release", in the end of March, it got huge attention on Github and appeared to be one of the most trending repos. Join us to discover its neat features! - Android & iOS - brief history, problems - Flutter - what's new? - Comparison with React Native and others - Dart (2) - short intro to language - Get Started Tutorial - Widget - the UI programming in Flutter - Can Flutter be used from Android/iOS code (and vice-versa)? - Integration with existing apps - Fuchsia (Android replacement) - Codelabs There will be some food & drinks (soda and beer) sponsored by Webstep and Flutter.io We hope to see you here.

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  • I/O Extended 2018 Trondheim

    Work-Work

    Google's annual developer conference, kicks off May 8th and you are invited to watch the live-stream of the opening keynote with other community members at Work-Work, Trondheim. Meet other likeminded people and learn and discuss about Google's latest product and platform innovations. There will be some food & drinks and giveaways throughout the event so make sure to stick around the whole time! We hope to see you here. #io18extended is official hashtag, add #gdgtrondheim for our event Check out https://events.google.com/io/ for more info.

  • Android Runtime Permissions Handling With EasyPermissions

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    Ernest S. Kamara from ZEDGE will talk about Android runtime permissions handling with EasyPermissions in a mini-workshop. He will go through some simple and complex examples on handling Android runtime permissions and why you should use EasyPermissions. EasyPermissions is a lightweight Android open source library by Google that helps you with Android Runtime Permissions. EasyPermissions is very easy to integrate in your projects and is used in many Google sample apps and other production apps. Agenda: 18.00: Pizza & mingling sponsored by Webstep! 18.15: Short talk with live demo 19:00: Try it out mini-workshop What you need: Laptop with Android Studio 2.1+ Android Support Library[masked] Android device / Emulator Thanks to ZEDGE for hosting us and Webstep for providing Pizza.

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  • ​Curating Online Content with Google ML APIs

    Topic: Machine Learning, Google, API Description: Google Cloud Machine Learning provides modern machine learning services, with pre-trained models and a service to generate your own tailored models. Major Google applications use Cloud Machine Learning, including Photos (image search), the Google app (voice search), Translate, and Inbox (Smart Reply). In this talk, combining Cloud Vision with Prediction API I will show you real use case with many applications, useful for those consuming online content. Presenter: Andres L. Martinez-Ortiz a.k.a almo is Head of Developer Program in Google's Engineering team for several countries in Europe. He is focused on driving the success of Google's developer products and the open web by creating a thriving ecosystem of 3rd party applications and businesses built on them. Closely with Product Management, Marketing, PR, Business Development, and other, he works with and supports developer communities, initiating activities that meet the needs of the innovation ecosystem. In addition, he meets with developers and partners in large companies, startups, universities and enterprises, promoting Open standards and Google technologies. He is also member of IEEE, ACM, Linux Foundation and Computer Society. @davilagrau FIY: Webstep is sponsoring pizza's for this event, so please RSVP if you will attend or not. Also, there are people on the waiting list.

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  • Let’s Build an App Together (Series/Workshop)

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    Let's build an Android app together using Firebase along with top open-source Android frameworks. How about building a photo sharing app, "Trondheim's Photo of the day" or "Dagens bilde fra Trondheim" in Norwegian. The photo with the most likes or ratings get pushed(push-notification) daily to all users. This would be an open-source project and we would add more features as we develop it together. Feel free to send us your feature request or suggestions. Suggested firebase features: - Authentication - Cloud storage - Realtime Database - Crash reporting - Analytics - Remote Config - Cloud Messaging - Notifications Mission: Build a photo sharing app using Firebase What's going on? 19:00 - 19:15 - Doors open 19:15 - 19:30 - Short presentation on Firebase 19:30 - 20:30 - Codelab 20:30 - 21:00 - Break (Pizza & Soft-drinks) 21:00 - 21:30 - Codelab 21:30 - 22:00 - Demos What you need: PC with Android Studio 2.1+ Android device / Emulator with Google Play Services

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