This second event is a practical workshop for all those taking their first steps in learning programming for Android development.
Whether you’ve already started or have zero programming experience, have a side project or are searching for a job, come and join us at the Android Study Jam: a series of 3 workshops run by Women Techmakers in conjunction with the organisers of the Berlin Android community. This is the 5th edition of the Android Study Jam and with this event trio we are testing a new format, hope you will enjoy it!
During the course, you will get a general overview of mobile development for Android, learn basic programming concepts as well as core vocabulary and concepts in Android, get hands-on experience building a small app using the Kotlin language, and understand what opportunities exist for you in the vibrant Berlin tech scene as an Android programmer. https://github.com/WTMBerlin/AndroidStudyJam2019
Besides technical skills, we will also cover other important skills for being an effective programmer, such as communicating your progress, giving and receiving feedback, searching for learning resources. And much more! 🚀
More detailed information and materials are here: http://wtmberlin.com/android-study-jam/
23.09 - Technical workshop [BRING YOUR LAPTOP] 💾
- Install and configure Android Studio andSlack
- Open and run your first Android project
- Get a small intro to Github
- Learn how to make use of online resources to effectively problem solve if you get stuck.
- Homework assignments: Say Hi on Slack, examine the course code and Android Studio once per day.
30.09 - Technical workshop [BRING YOUR LAPTOP] 💾
- Create an Android app with XML and Kotlin
- Giving and receiving feedback
- Reading technical documentation and internet resources
- Intro to handling errors
- Stand-up meeting
We will meet on Mondays between 18:00- 21:30 for three weeks with experienced Android developers present to instruct and help you. Working at home is not required but is encouraged. We also recommend you attend all sessions if you have no to little programming experience.
This is just the start for you though. After the course ends, there will still be plenty of support and opportunities for you from within the Berlin Android community with free weekly co-learning meetups , monthly presentations and drinks, free/discounted conference tickets. The Android community is open to all people from all backgrounds.
We follow Berlin’s code of conduct https://berlincodeofconduct.org
More detailed information and resources here: http://wtmberlin.com/android-study-jam/
ABOUT GDG BERLIN ANDROID
Berlin Google Developer Group (GDG) is focused on Android development https://berlindroid.de
Go here to join the Android Developers Group Slack team: https://adg-berlin.herokuapp.com/
Do you want to offer a presentation? Fill this form here: https://goo.gl/forms/LKVnBINiIcyeeEfy2
ABOUT WTM BERLIN
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