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SDK's & Data Binding @ Adyen
On the 22nd of November Adyen will open its doors for our next Meetup! As a large payment platform they build and maintain a rich set of SDK's used by big clients around the world. In the first talk of the evening, Timon Langlotz will explain how they create their SDK's. Once everybody is up to speed when it comes to SDK's it's time to learn about data binding! Stefan Mitev will cover the data binding principles and teach you how to start using it to build your Android apps. Meaning that after this talk you'll have the power to make your UI layer look cleaner than ever! Schedule: 17:30 Doors open 18:00 Dinner 18:45 Opening talk + introduction Adyen 19:00 Building SDK's by Timon Langlotz 19:45 break 20:00 All about databinding by Stefan Mitev 20:30 Time for some drinks Transport: Parking your car might not be the easiest thing to do in this area so we advice to travel by public transport, the location is located very close to Amsterdam Central.

Adyen

Simon Carmiggeltstraat 6-50 · Amsterdam

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    Welcome to the Dutch Android User Group (DutchAUG)

    The Dutch Android User Group (DutchAUG) organises monthly meetups where Dutch Android professionals can meet and connect with each other. The main goal is to inspire and be inspired by hearing members sharing their knowledge about- and experiences with their passion, Android.

    Our meetups are fun and technical, with presentations done by Android gurus, open discussions, demo's and workshops in an informal setting. The purpose is to provide you “the Android professional” a place to learn more about the Android technology, ask questions and meet other people.

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    If you would like to join us (http://www.dutchaug.org/join) or receive more information about our activities, please subscribe for the next event, or contact us by email at info@dutchaug.org.

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