Worum es bei uns geht

We are the Berlin Google Developer Group (GDG) focused on Android development.

Go here to join the Android Developers Group Slack team: https://adg-berlin.herokuapp.com/

Do you want to offer a presentation? form here (https://goo.gl/forms/LKVnBINiIcyeeEfy2)

To contact the organizers write to gdg-berlin-android-orga@googlegroups.com .

Disclaimer: GDG Berlin Android is an independent group; our activities and the opinions expressed here should in no way be linked to Google, the corporation.

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Berlindroid - Android Developer Meetup

Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 34

In February we have two interesting talks from our Android community. Nishant Srivastava from Soundbrenner will give his talk "Things I wish I knew when I started building Android Libraries/SDK -Vol.2". "In this session we will dive deeper into best practices and ways of architecting android libraries. You will get to learn about the common pitfalls and how to overcome them by using the right approach such as leveraging architecture components and making your android libraries lifecycle aware. We will also be covering how one can leverage the Kotlin language when developing android libraries as well as information around API design and exploring the path to becoming a better Android Library Developer. By the end of this session, you will be all set to build android libraries that scale and have API which contributes to developer happiness." Our second talk is "The Art of Code Reviews" by Fred Porciúncula "Code reviews are a fundamental part of our job as software developers. Every piece of code we write is (hopefully) carefully reviewed by our teammates before becoming part of our systems. It's an important part of the development process, and it requires significant time and effort. While a great review experience will promote interesting discussions, ensure consistency in the codebase, and potentially catch bugs and implementation oversights, a poor review might lead to nasty bugs and unhappy developers. Still, sometimes it's hard to find the motivation to thoroughly review a pull request, and eventually it just doesn't seem to be worth it given the time you'll need to spend and how hard it usually is to properly review those huge PRs that pop up every now and then. In this talk you'll learn strategies and guidelines that will help improve the efficiency of your team's code reviews. We'll talk about work in progress PRs, commit by commit reviews, emoji driven comments and more. You'll listen to great (and scary) tales of code reviews experiences, and lots of tips and tricks when it comes to preparing the perfect pull request for your peers." This month we are hosted by Careem in their office in Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 34 near the Alexanderplatz.

Android Co-Learning

xHain hack+makerspace

Android Co-Learning is a weekly meetup for Android developers. It’s a healthy mix of experienced developers and beginners. We come together to exchange knowledge, help beginners, discuss new techniques and OS features. Please bring your Laptop with you. Who this meetup is for: - beginners: come by and ask us any question you have. We will help you regardless it is installing AndroidStudio or making VR app; - experienced: come by and share your knowledge and help our new Android fellows or ask questions to other experienced attendees, or just to work on your own projects. There is no strict rule. Just come by and let’s share a good time! We encourage you to join our Slack group “Android Developer Group Berlin”. Visit https://adg-berlin.herokuapp.com and there you can find #co-learning channel. There all attendees and organizers are encouraged to hang out.

Berlindroid Lounge - 10 Year Anniversary

What is known today as Berlindroid meetup started as "Android Stammtisch" on 25 February 2009. That is (or soon will be) 10 years ago. And we've been at it since then. That's 10 years of Android meetups! Let's meet on board of c-base, our favorite space station, to celebrate… ourselves, Berlin's Android developer community. We will use this opportunity to not only reflect on 10 years of history of the local Android community, but also on the history of Android itself. We'll do this in the form of a small Android device exhibition. If you still own some old, rare, or otherwise exciting Android devices please bring them. But give us a heads-up using this form: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1I5XzMTd9ttbjHKVHXVbCHH54nGRr5-_uap1FhASKr1M/edit?usp=sharing We're grateful to all companies that have hosted one of our meetups or sponsored one of our events in the past. A special thanks, however, goes to the following companies that have supported us in the past and are also sponsoring this 10 year anniversary party (in alphabetic order): - Contentful (https://www.contentful.com/) - Evenly (https://evenly.io/) - Karlmax (https://karlmax-berlin.com/) Thanks to these sponsors there will be free drinks and cake.

Android Co-Learning

xHain hack+makerspace

Android Co-Learning is a weekly meetup for Android developers. It’s a healthy mix of experienced developers and beginners. We come together to exchange knowledge, help beginners, discuss new techniques and OS features. Please bring your Laptop with you. Who this meetup is for: - beginners: come by and ask us any question you have. We will help you regardless it is installing AndroidStudio or making VR app; - experienced: come by and share your knowledge and help our new Android fellows or ask questions to other experienced attendees, or just to work on your own projects. There is no strict rule. Just come by and let’s share a good time! We encourage you to join our Slack group “Android Developer Group Berlin”. Visit https://adg-berlin.herokuapp.com and there you can find #co-learning channel. There all attendees and organizers are encouraged to hang out.

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