Kotlin isn't just for Android development! It's a great new language that can be used anywhere you would use Java! So come listen to Michael Clark tell us what his team went through to evaluate the language, tooling and company culture before using Kotlin with Spring in their back-end.
This week, Mai Truong will talk about Actions on Google (AoG) and what it can do. She will discuss the terminology, concepts, and tools for writing your own AoG application.
She will also demonstrate how to use DialogFlow to create an agent that can understand and parse user input and return responses. She will show how to access AoG's analytics information and logging, and where to find additional documentation.
About Mai: Mai Truong is a Software Engineering Co-op at Atomic Robot and a University of Cincinnati student majoring in Computer Science.
When you are working on a new project and you don’t have time to develop a custom backend for your application, you can use BAAS tools like Firebase, Kinvey or Dubtel. In this session, Sage Conger from DUBTEL will delve into the details of using these tools to speed up your application development process.
• CRUD Operations
• Dashboard Reports
• Push Notifications
Sage Conger is a Software Engineer at DUBTEL (https://dubtel.com) in West Chester, specializing in Mobile Application development and community support. Sage is a graduate of the Capital University majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics. Follow her on Twitter @CongerSage (https://twitter.com/CongerSage)
We will have a series of lightning talks from several attendees to go a little more in-depth on announcements from Google I/O along with some Q&A time at the end.
There will be I/O swag to give away!
Food and drinks provided by Atomic Robot.
New to Machine Learning but don’t know where to start? Join us for a Machine Learning Study Jam! Brian and Jeffrey Bonner will lead us through the Machine Learning Crash Course (MLCC) from Google Developers!
This course is intended for those who wish to learn about ML from a practical, applied perspective that will enable you to use machine learning in your everyday projects and learn about the power of TensorFlow. This is a great opportunity for anyone with basic technical knowledge and limited Machine Learning knowledge willing to gain some practical experience in ML and TensorFlow.
**Bring your laptop with a current version of the Chrome browser! (version 58 or later)**
5:30pm: Meet & Greet and food provided
6:00pm: overview & first 3 modules of MLCC
8:00pm: TensorFlow modules
9:30pm: event end
We will be on the 1st floor of the Mason Tech Center again. Follow the meetup signs!
This is a bit longer than our normal meetup, so come early and we'll start promptly at 6pm!
You’re assigned a project which needs to pull down data and still function without connectivity. The project has millions and millions of users and you would prefer to limit the impact to the server. What do you do?!
Join Adam Toennis, a senior developer at Atomic Robot, as he discusses the usage of the Network Cache in Android applications.
Due to construction at the Atomic Robot office, we will again be downstairs in the classroom. Follow the Meetup signs!
Come celebrate Pi Day with the designers & app developers of Atomic Robot.
Connect with industry professionals, discuss the latest in mobile design & development, and, of course, enjoy food and drinks!
See you there!
Please register on Eventbrite if you plan to attend.