To Register for the training sessions please visit the Eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/android-development-for-beginners-training-sessions-tickets-22081145300) page. The ticket for this 4 sessions training is $20 (including fees).
The course will held once a week on Tuesday for 4 weeks (4/19/2016, 4/26/2016, 5/3/2016, 5/10/2016) from 6:00pm - 9:00pm at Google San Francisco at 345 Spear Street. Study Jam participants who complete the entire course and submit a final project to their local GDG chapter are eligible for a 12% discount for Udacity’s Android Nanodegree
Weather you have little or even NO experiance with developing for android, this guided Udacity Training Course that has been jointly developed by Udacity and Google, will teach you the basics of Designing and Developing an Android app.
WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN A STUDY JAM?
All are welcome to join a Study Jam, though students should first be sure to meet the course prerequisites and requirements. Here are the Udacity course requirements. This course is intended for beginners. Students with a higher level of programming experience, but want to get started on programming for Android Apps are also welcome. You will be expected to download Android Studio (http://developer.android.com/sdk/installing/studio.html) in order to follow along with the instructors throughout the course. Access to an Android device is helpful, but not required, to complete the final project. Please see Technology Requirements (https://www.udacity.com/tech-requirements) for using Udacity.
To be eligible for the Udacity Android Nanodegree discount, please also signup for the Udacity Study Jam group. (https://www.udacity.com/account/affiliate/GoogleStudyJams)
***Please register on Eventbrite for this event***
This event is free with the promo code "abgamedeveloper" or through the links below.
About the Event:
The Android TV team is thrilled to invite you to the first Android TV Game Bootcamp & Code Lab that will be
held on July 10th, 2015 on Google campus in Mountain View, CA USA!
This event offers a unique opportunity for game developers:
• Learn more about Android TV
• Get first-hand experience in our code labs
• Be part of an exclusive Q&A with the Google Android TV engineering team
There will be 12 sessions lead by Google engineers along with code labs at the end of the day. Please click here for more (http://bit.ly/androidtvgame)details on the sessions, Google Engineers and to register!
Why learn about Android TV?:
Reason 1: Android TV is really "just Android," so it's fully supported in the core Android releases and keeps up to date with all the latest changes. This means that porting existing Android apps is seamless for developers.
Reason 2: You will learn more about D-pad. Android TV was redesigned for the living room experience, so all apps must be designed specifically for D-pad in the living room.
Reasons 3: It is easy! Developers typically have their Android games running in a day, and then take a couple of weeks to correctly support hardware controllers and to remove any touchscreen or phone specific text or icons.
Reason 4: Sony smart TVs will run Android TV, with Sharp and Philips following this year. We also have stand-alone devices from NVidia (Shield TV), Razor (Forge TV)
Register today by going to http://bit.ly/androidtvgame (http://bit.ly/androidtvgame)
1565 Charleston Rd Building 46 · Mountain View, CA
Realtime sync for Mobile and Web Apps is not only a reality now but an expectation. Firebase is a back end as a service that's part of Google Cloud Platform. It makes common tasks like realtime data synchronization and user authentication quick and easy to implement. Come to this talk with Jenny Tong (Google and Firebase) to learn about how using Firebase in your next app can make your development faster and more fun.
Brice Morrison of Bromoco lighting talk about user research, testing, and design will help you learn how you can do some simple (but often skipped!) steps that will put your product ahead of the competition.
• 6:00 PM Doors Open - Munch & Mingle
• 6:30 PM Welcome & Announcements
• 6:45 PM Firebase Presentation by Jenny Tong - (title TBD)
• 7:30 PM User Design Lighting Talk by Brice Morrison (title TBD)
Jenny is a Developer Advocate on Firebase at Google. In this role she helps developers build realtime stuff on all sorts of platforms. If she's away from her laptop, she's probably skating around a roller derby track, or hanging from aerial silk.
Brice Morrison is founder and user experience designer at bromoco, a small consultancy specializing in making great tech accessible, fun, and beautiful
We hope you’re having a great holiday season. After just two seasons within 7 short months, 72 F50 startups have already raised more than $30M, including $8M+ from the F50 Co-Investment Network.
We're currently looking for great startups to include in F50 Season 3 which is focused on: Smart Hardware, IoT, Robotics and Wearables. This is a low-friction, no-strings-attached way to get high-potential outcomes for your startup.
This is the FINAL WEEKEND for applications, you may apply by going to http://f50.io/s3 Important note: we will also be including a few exceptional startups as special nominations that are not in the Season 3 sectors of focus (typically raising $500K-3M, but we can go higher).
Find team members to help create your application or game.
You will have 1 slide and 1 minute to present your Application/Game to the attendees if you wish. Or you can simply listening to other peoples presentations, Mingling and networking and refreshements will also be going while presentations are going on for those who are coming to use the time mostly for networking.
Register right here on this eventbrite page: FIND YOUR TEAM (http://www.eventbrite.com/e/find-your-team-tickets-10918691099)
Location: Xero Headquarters 101 Green Street San Franscisco Ca 94111
Agenda for Tueday November 18, 2014
6:00 - 6:30 Doors open, Registration, Refreshments Mingling
6:30 - 8:30 - Presentations begin (these will go on simultaneously with listening, mingling and networking in the back with refreshments)
6:30 - 8:30 Mix, Mingle, and chat with your potential team members
9PM Be wrapped up and saying goodby.
RULES FOR PRESENTING
Presentations should be from startups and those forming companies rather than professional recruiting or from larger established corporate teams unless you are the venue hosting.
This is a chance to mix, mingle, and make new friends, so leave bad attitudes behind.
Q. What if I don't have my slide yet?
A. We will take people with a slide first who registered on eventbrite, followed by those who registered on eventbrite with no slide, followed by those who have no slide and just rsvped on the meetup
Q. Will you do this again, possibly in Mountain View also?
A. Yes we plan to, especially if a good portion of the people who have indicated show up for this one in SF and yes we want one in Mountain view also which is harder to get hosts for, especially those who will help with refreshments, but we may have some bites on Mountain View venue and also if you know of some who are willing to provide refreshments let us know. We love you but don't wish to be stuck with a refreshment bill when running a free event on our free time.
Q. What happens if someone steals my idea?
A. How will you find a team member if you don't share?
Q. Can we have NDA's at the event?
A. There will be no NDA shenanigans. This is a free event and the organizers don't wish to spend their own free time as NDA police. Plus excecution and alliances and funding are as large a part of success as a good idea.
Q. What happens if I form a team at the event and things don't turn out or there's a dispute?
A. We are not attorney’s, please consult your legal counsel for legal questions.
Q. Location is a bit of of walking distance to Bart
A. It's still walkable however in SF Uber and Lyft usually work pretty awesomely for short trips. Hey running a startup is not for those not willing to put effort ;)
Q.Shoud I relax, network, meet people and have some fun regaurdless of if I find the right team member right away.
A. Yes we highly recommend that, life is short and hey, Zero is kind enough to supply some food and drink refreshements for the evening.
Discover the latest trends and practices in the Cordova world, especially about the new and upcoming features in Cordova 4.0. Things like modern frameworks like Ionic and Onsen UI, newly supported platforms, UI design, application architecture, framework comparisons, debugging and testing will be described by the top-notch speakers in this mobile HTML5 space.
This event will take place at Crittercism on Monday November 17th at 6pm. Crittercism will also be graciously providing food and refreshments for attendees.
• 5:30 Doors open, mingle, and enjoy food and drinks.
• 6:00 Announcements
• 6:10-6:40 Cordova 4.0 with Q&A - Masa Tanaka, CEO of Monaca
• 6:40-7:10 Ionic, Onsen UI and frameworks with Q&A - Andreas Argelius, chief developer of Onsen UI
• 7:10-7:30 Gathering bugs in Cordova with Q&A - Chris Beauchamp, developer evangelist of Crittercism
• 7:30-8:00 Mix and mingle with your follow devs
Masa Tanaka is CEO and founder of Monaca, a leading Cordova/PhoneGap development platform provider. He is recognized as a contributor and a evangelist among Tokyo Cordova developers. He has spoken in various conferences and workshops in the valley, including HTML5 Dev Conf and official PhoneGap events.
Chris is currently a developer evangelist at Crittercism, a service that provides mobile app performance insights to help developers improve their app. He is a developer himself and has been building apps since the first iPhone SDK was released. He's published a handful of apps to both iTunes and Google Play that have gathered over 25M downloads.
HTML5DevConf / IoTaConf / F50.io Social Night Tech Mashup @ Moscone Center (Oct 20, 2014)
YOU MUST REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE (http://html5devconf-iotaconf-f50io-socialevening.eventbrite.com) (free event, but we will be checking for tickets)
Three conferences are combining to bring you Social Night - You do NOT need to be attending conference to go but we highly recommend the content! Do be 21+ however, to register:
IoTaConf (https://www.eventbrite.com/iotaconf.com) - Internet of Things Conference
F50.io (https://www.eventbrite.com/F50.io) - Get Funded.
6:00 PM Drink, Munch, & Mingle (you can mingle all evening if you wish)
6:30 PM Presentations, MC Tony Parisi (http://tparisi.github.io/)
• VR with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Human Interfaces Group
• Stewart Christie Intel - Beer with Galileo Hardware
• Wayne Piekarski, Google - Android Wear Code Session (separate ticket and room, Limited Seating)
• Presentation on Leap Motion VR by Co-Founder of Leap Motion
9:00 PM Last Call
9:30 PM Head to Bed, So your ready for Conf Day 2
Presentations (Time and Room TBD) (Additional Presentation sto be added as Confirmed)
VR with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Human Interfaces Group
The Operations Lab creates the software that is used to command all JPL spacecraft (like Curiosity rover), ranging from desktop to AR and VR systems. The Human Interfaces (HI) group researches, designs, prototypes and develops the ways users interact with these systems.
They works on multiple tech research projects (http://www.hi.jpl.nasa.gov/projects/) for NASA including:
• Future Robotic Interfaces: Interface Design for NASA's Future Space Robots
• Controlling Space Missions: Design Controls for NASA's Current Space Missions
• Earth Science Data Processing: Help Scientists See and Share Data with the World
• Deep Space Communications: Manage How We Communicate with all NASA Space craft
• Partners in NASA Outreach: Share the Challenges of Space Exploration with the Public
• Multi-disciplinary Data Visualization: Bring Together Disciplines to Visually Examine Data
Stewart Christie - Beer with Galileo Hardware (http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/do-it-yourself/galileo-maker-quark-board.html)
Experienced and accomplished Technical Marketing Professional with extensive hardware and software knowledge. Comprehensive understanding of designing embedded electronic hardware and embedded firmware for various applications. Known for technical skills and passion for the voice of the customer. Highly networked individual with recognized ability to coordinate with multiple internal and external teams to deliver outstanding results. Accomplished technical article and blog author with extensive social media following. http://bit.ly/edc-blog
Wayne Piekarski - Android Wear (http://www.android.com/intl/en_us/wear/) Code Session
(separate ticket, Limited Seating)
Wayne Piekarski is a Senior Developer Advocate at Google, focusing on Android, Wear, and Glass. He has worked for 15 years in academia and industry in the areas of wearable computing, outdoor augmented reality, 3D user interfaces, and mobile devices. His current position at Google involves getting developers excited about new mobile and wearable technologies, reaching out to developers via conferences, social media, and tutorial materials. He also works to advocate for developers internally in the company, ensuring developers have the right tools and information to support their work.
Wayne Piekarski from Google will present an in-depth technical discussion of Android Wear, discussing the capabilities of the platform, how to design effective user interfaces that work best on a wearable device, as well a hands-on demonstration of building applications for real devices. The demonstration will show how to build a simple application, and deploy it to a wearable device, using the Android Studio developer tools. Wayne will also be available to answer questions from developers about the Android Wear APIs and how to best develop applications.
Presentation on Leap Motion VR (https://www.leapmotion.com/product/vr) by Co-Founder of Leap Motion
High-speed, markerless, touchless, and intuitive – no buttons, joysticks, gloves, or straps. Just like in real life, your hand is the controller.
Social Night Sponsored by:
Get An Insider's Opinion of Wearables from Rachel Kalmar (Misfit Wearables), and then learn about The Future of VR with David Holz (Leap Motion), about smart software with PredictionIO: Open Source Machine Learning Server with Isabelle Lee (PredictionIO), and about the tech of Biofeedback - Sleep and Poo - the uncharered Zones of the Quantified Self with Jean Rintoul (Ibis).
This month, Internet of Things Conference IoTaConf (http://iotaconf.com/) brings together multiple local meetups for a joint-event. Enjoy and hope to see you at the conference.
While this meetup is free you will need to register to attend (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/meetup-open-source-machine-learning-platform-biofeedback-sleep-poo-you-tickets-10283499223) as we are combining several meetups for this evening and we need to keep track of space.
• 6:15 PM Doors Open - Munch & Mingle
•6:25 PM Welcome & Announcements
• 6:35 PM Wearables - An Insider's Opinion by Rachel Kalmar of Misfit Wearables
• 6:45 PM Presentation by David Holz of Leap Motion - The Future of VR
• 7:30 Pm Break
• 7:45 PM Presentation by Isabelle Lee of PredictionIO- PredictionIO: Open Source Machine Learning Server
• 8:30PM Presentation by Jean Rintoul of Ibis- Biofeedback - Sleep and Poo - the uncharered Zones of the Quantified Self
Rachel Kalmar - Misfit Wearables
Passionate about sensors, hardware, and making data actionable. Stanford neuroscience PhD, d.school alum, unicyclist.
David Holz - Leap Motion
Leap Motion CTO and cofounder David Holz wants to break down the barriers between people and technology to realize the full potential of both. Using the Leap Motion Controller for highly accurate, gloveless hand tracking, developers and designers around the globe are transforming everything from healthcare to virtual reality.
Isabelle Lee - Prediction IO
Isabelle Lee is a member of the PredictionIO team. PredictionIO (http://prediction.io/) is an open-source project that enables application developers to build and deploy predictive products easily.
Her 20-minute talk will start with an overview of Machine Learning and how it's enhancing our daily experience. Isabelle will introduce the latest PredictionIO open-source Machine Learning Server and its design architecture [ DASE]. A short demo will show how you can build predictive features with PredictionIO.
Jean Rintoul - Ibis
Specialties include integrating people and technologies, biofeedback sensor hardware, data analysis and machine learning. I am seeking to build biomedical/neuro engineering solutions, that have a real positive impact on the world.
The F50 S2 application deadline is rapidly approaching! Apply by this Saturday, September 20th at 12:00 p.m. to help your startup get funded.
F50 has increased its co-investment target to $5M and also anticipates its S2 companies to raise $15M for their round.
• Keep your equity (Absolutely no charges for founders)
• We help your fundraising strategy (Premium service for top founders)
• Get plugged into F50’s investor network (We’re talking billions, folks)
• We’ve got skin in the game (~$5M co-investment this October)
• Save time (Get in, get funded and get back to your business)
• Move the needle (We will promote your startup throughout Silicon Valley)
• Angel Investor matching (Connect you with angels and help you fill your round)
Founders, there are people on other side of our application waiting with check in hand to fund your startup. What are you waiting for?
• Startups get preparation/analysis by F50 team to ensure “fundability”
• Startups participate in F50 Funded!
• Startups participate in Demo Day & F50 Summit
• F50 helps to match companies with the best investors for their business
• F50 Ventures Network may co-invest in some of the F50 companies
Fully committed team
Lead investor (preferred)
Primary Target Sectors:
Consumer Mobile / Social Economy
Enterprise / Big Data
Smart Hardware / IoT / Robotics
F50 (Fundable 50) is a private co-investment platform that identifies fundable startups and matches them with investors. F50 is supported by a global community of investors and Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs and Startups (SVE). For more information, please visit www.f50.io.