Join us for an introduction to Google's
increasingly popular programming language Go.
This workshop will walk you through the absolute basics
of Go; what it is, what you can do with it,
how the syntax is, what's in the standard library.
We will also dive a little deeper into some concepts
where Go differs from the rest of the crowd
and finally we'll finish with some hands on
tutorials where you can try out Go for yourself.
- Bring a laptop.
- Make sure you have an editor or IDE you're
comfortable with. VS Code or IntelliJ are good options.
- Git and a browser are also nice to have.
- Be at least somewhat comfortable with using a terminal.
If you're feeling adventurous install Go and set it
up following these directions: https://golang.org/doc/install
17:30 - Food and networking
18:00 - An introduction to Go
20:00 - Beer at place to be named later!
Please let us know if you haver any allergies or intolerance so we can order food for you.
In collaboration with NorApps and Apparat we are proud to present Firebase workshop with Googlers from the Firebase team. The session will be lead by:
Susan Goldblatt is a Software Engineer at Google. She works on Firebase as a front end developer. Before Google, she wrote a computer science curriculum for high schoolers and worked at a startup in NYC.
Lauren is a Tech Lead on the Firebase Team at Google San Francisco. Prior to joining Google, Lauren co-founded the storage-on-demand startup Boxit, and was the first Product Manager at wearable tech company Nymi. Lauren has spoken internationally about entrepreneurship and technology. In her spare time, she enjoys swing dancing, rock climbing, and writing.
They will take us through building an app using Firebase, and how it takes care of data storage, synchronization, file storage, authentication, and other backend functionality so that your time can be spent polishing user interactions. In this codelab you will build a Firestore-backend restaurant recommendation web app.
You will learn how to:
- Listen to changes in Firestore data in realtime
- Use Firebase Authentication and security rules to secure Firestore data
- Write complex Firestore queries
- Integrate with cloud Functions
17:00 - Doors open
17:15 - Food and swag
17:45 - Word from our sponsors
18:00 - Presentation and codelab starts
19:30 - QA
19:45 - Kahoot with prizes
20:00 - Beer time!
If you have any food allergies or intolerances, please notify us in advance.
Do you want to learn how to write blazing fast cross platform mobile apps? or you are looking for a alternative for React Native ? Then join use for a fun evening where we explore Flutter.
What is Flutter ?
Flutter is Google’s mobile app SDK for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world, and is free and open source.
What will you learn ?
We will follow the Udacity Flutter course that is made by Google. We will work through as much as possible of the first part of the course so you will have a good understanding of Flutter going forward.
What to bring ?
Bring a laptop. Flutter require some downloading if you haven't done any mobile development before so try to install flutter before you come so we don't loose time on installing. If you have any problems with the setup we will gladly help you get everything running.
17:30 - Food
18:00 - Intro about Flutter and key concepts
18:30 - Work on Flutter code labs
20:30 - Beer!
Udacity course : https://www.udacity.com/course/build-native-mobile-apps-with-flutter--ud905
Flutter : https://flutter.io/get-started/install/
If you have any allergies or intolerances please let us know so we can order food for you.
Welcome to Google IO Extended 2018!
Are you interested in technology and wonder what Google will come up with next?
Join us for a day of Google fun at Google IO Extended. We will be watching the keynote and there will also be a quiz where you can win some fabulous prizes!
There will of course be food and drinks as well, and you can buy beer in the bar.
There are limited t-shirts up for grabs, so be there early.
All this is possible because of our fantastic sponsor Apparat AS.
• 18:00 Doors open and delicious food
• 18:20 Keynote Preshow starts
• 19:00 Google IO 2018 Keynote
• 21:00 Kahoot quiz with prizes
• 21:30-23 Drinks in the bar
Welcome to meetup about Google on Action and Dialogflow in collaboration with NCE Media! This meetup will be in the Media Lab in tower 3 on 9th floor.
The entrance to tower 3 is located at the other end of the building from the main entrance – after passing the restaurant area. There you will be met by someone from NCE Media/GDG who can let you into the secured zone. Arriving after 17:10 there is a number on the door you can call to have someone come and let you in.
In the first part, Hans Petter will give you an overview of how to create apps for Google Assistant (and more!) using Dialogflow (www.dialogflow.com) and Actions on Google (https://developers.google.com/actions/).
Topics to be covered:
- What it is and why it matters
- Making the move from graphical user interfaces (GUI) to conversational user interfaces (CUI)
- Doing intent matching and entity extraction in Dialogflow
- Tying Dialogflow to an external data source
- Tying Dialogflow to Actions on Google
- Publishing your Actions on Google app
In the second part we’ll use what we learned in the first part to build an Assistant app.
About Hans Petter Eide:
Hans Petter is a freelance developer living in Oslo. He’s currently hired by NRK, where he’s working on the NRK Super childrens app for Android, and have previously worked with clients like Urban Sharing (Oslo City Bike, Bergen City Bike..), Cisco and FINN.
There will be pizza served at 17:00 and the lecture will start at 17:30.
Please let us know if you have any food intolerances.
Hash Code is a team-based programming competition organized by Google. You pick your team and programming language, we pick a real-life engineering problem for you to solve. Are you up for the challenge?
Top scoring teams from the Online Qualification Round will be notified on 28th February 2017 and invited to the Final Round at Google Paris!
What do I need to participate?
IMPORTANT!!! Everyone that wants to participate must register at https://hashcode.withgoogle.com/ before the 26th of Febuary 18:00 CET.
If you dont have a team just sign up and we will help you form a team before the deadline for forming teams at 18:30 CET 1th of March.
What do bring?
Bring our own laptop
• 17:30:Doors open and pizza will be served. (If you have any food preference or allergies let us know.)
• 18:30:Live stream starts
• 19:45: Competition starts
• 22:30:End of the competition
More info on https://hashcode.withgoogle.com/
• What we'll do
Want to get started on the Google Cloud, but don't know where to begin or you have experience with the platform
Join us for our Cloud Study Jam with our good friends in DevOps Bergen! Together we'll work through Google Cloud Platform Essentials labs and Kubernetes labs. Don't worry if you haven't had any experience with GCP or Kubernetes. We need start from the beginning.
If you can't finish during the meetup you will have plenty of time to finish at home and if you finish one quest of labs you will receive a Google Hosted badge for your online profile. You will also be able to finish any of the other labs on your own. Everyone that joins the meetup with get official Google training, a $70+ value, free of charge.
• What to bring
Bring a laptop (PC, Mac or Chromebook)! The labs will run on all of the latest versions of the popular browsers. For the best experience, make sure your laptop has Firefox or Chrome installed.
• Important to know
• What we'll do
Det har vært et sterkt fokus på informasjonssikkerhet i IT-mediene den siste tiden, og Roy Solberg må ta en del av æren for det. Han har den siste tiden avdekket alvorlige sikkerhetshull i Skandiabanken (Sbanken), InfoTorg, og ikke minst skandalen rundt sporingsklokker for barn som f.eks. Gator. Hans fremgangsmåte er rasjonell, og bunner først og fremst ned i nysgjerrighet; hvilke kall gjør tjenesten, hvorfor gjør det slike kall, kan jeg manipulere kallene for å hente ut andre data enn mine egne.
Han vil gi en introduksjon til metode og fremgangsmåte, samt gjøre en liten live-demo sammen med oss. Vi avslutter kvelden med noen hands on-øvelser. Ta med PC eller Mac. Det holder å ha Chrome installert, men cURL, og programmer som Fiddler og Charles kan også brukes hvis du er komfortabel med dem.
Roy Solberg jobber til daglig som mobiluvikler i NorApps AS. Der jobber han med en av verdens mest populære fotball-apper - FotMob. Han har tidligere jobbet 10 år som IT-konsulent i Bergen.
17:00 - 17:30 - Velkommen. Vi spiser og koser oss
17:30 - 17:35 - Informasjon fra Google Developer Group Bergen
17:35 - 18:30 - Roy Solberg holder foredrag om forbrukersikkerhet
18:45 - 20:00 - Hands on-øvelser
Array AS er stolt sponsor av denne eventen.
Linker til noen av sakene fra Roy Solberg:
• What to bring
Skal du være med på hands on-øvelsene så tar du med PC eller Mac. Ha Chrome installert. Om du er komfortabel med mer avanserte verktøy vil Fiddler, Charles proxy og cURL være lurt å ha installert.
• Important to know
Det blir mat og drikke for de som melder seg på. Vennligst gi tidlig beskjed om eventuelle allergier eller lignende til styret (a) gdgbergen.no
• What we'll do
Neural Networks are becoming very popular lately with the rise of Deep Learning. In this session we will dive into how we build basic networks to more advanced concepts with Keras .
Keras is a high-level neural network API written in Python and are capable of running on top of Tensorflow, CNTK or Theano. For this workshop we will use Keras with a Tensorflow backend. In this workshop we will build a simple image classifier and some other awesome stuff. Agenda:
17:00-17:30 - Meet and greet
17:30-18:15 - Presentation of Neural Networks
18:15-20:00 - Build Neural Networks yourself.
• What to bring
- Computer with docker installed.
Kotlin er et programmeringsspråk utviklet av JetBrains (folkene bak IntelliJ, Resharper osv). Språket ble sidestilt med Java som førsteklasses plattformspråk for Android under Google IO 2017.
Torstein Skulbru, team lead mobility i EVRY Bergen, gir en introduksjon til Kotlins spennende og intrikate syntaks. Deretter fortsetter kvelden med praktiske oppgaver slik at alle får teste ut hvordan Kotlin sitter i fingrene.
• PC eller mac
• Siste versjon av Intellij Community Edition (https://www.jetbrains.com/idea/download/) eller Android Studio (https://developer.android.com/studio/index.html) (oppdateringer må gjøres før workshop)
• Godt humør!
17:00 - Oppmøte og mat
17:30 - Introduksjon av Torstein Skulbru
18:00 - Workshop
20:00 - Vi runder av
Lokasjon: TV 2, Nøstet (Ring[masked] om ingen åpner døren)