A hands-on introduction to Android for Java coders

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Every week on Monday until May 20, 2019

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Join us for a three-session series about Android! Expand your coding repertoire by learning Android in this fun, friendly, casual workshop. :)

Sessions:
- First session (Monday May 6th) - Introduction to the Android Studio IDE and the Android activity lifecycle. Create and run your first app.
- Second session (Monday May 13th) - Introduction to creating a UI and making it responsive to user input. Create a whack-a-mole game.
- Third session (Monday May 20th) - Introduction to building a multi-screen app and handling device orientation. Create a choose-your-own-adventure game.

Prerequisites:
- Comfortable with Java
- Android Studio installed on your laptop. Instructions here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fVyp8m-54myt2CzZwlomHe7ypphHyS416oidGi6v0dk/edit

Our fearless workshop leader:
Michiyo is a software engineer who works on a team that does prototyping and R&D. She enjoys teaching programming, swimming, and eating cookies.

RSVP:
Please keep in mind that space is limited, so if plans change and you are unable to attend, please change your RSVP to 'not coming' so someone else may attend in your spot. Thanks! :)

Location:
The LEAGUE of Amazing Programmers
12625 High Bluff Drive
Suite #107
San Diego, CA 92130

Parking:
Easy and plentiful! :)

Schedule:
6:00pm = Sign-in, grab food/drinks, network.
6:30pm = Welcome!
6:45pm = Workshop time!
8:00pm = Event end.

Additional info:

Huge thanks to The LEAGUE of Amazing Programmers for hosting this event!!

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