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!
17:30 Doors open
18:45 Opening talk + introduction Adyen
19:00 Building SDK's by Timon Langlotz
20:00 All about databinding by Stefan Mitev
20:30 Time for some drinks
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.
It's time for some lightning talks!
Now that the dust of KotlinConf is settling down and we've learned new cool things to do with Kotlin, it's time to share this knowledge.
Use this opportunity to tell others about what you really liked or share your latest tips and tricks.
The following topics will be covered:
- Inline Classes
17:30 Doors open
19:15 Lightning talks round 1
20:15 Lightning talks round 2
Join us for an evening where we’ll hear from Uber and ING how they dealt with scaling up.
Tho Nguyen & Edgar Fernandes - Android developers @ Uber
Tho and Edgar will talk about the story behind Uber’s decision to build a monorepo to support the growth of our Android development.
Ken van Hoeylandt - Android developer @ ING
Ken’s talk is about various bumps in the road that they’ve encountered (and solved) at ING during the development of their mobile banking apps.
Ken will focus on different aspects from their daily development, about scaling up their teams and their continuous integration.
Aitor Viana- Mobile developer @ Uber
Aitor will guide the audience through our CI/CD process from the eyes of a developer. Why we do what we do and why does it work for us?
18:00 - 18:20- Doors open, grab drinks and a seat
18:20 - 18:30- Welcome & Intro- Morgan
18:30 - 19:00- Tho & Edgar - Journey to Android Monorepo
19:00 - 19:30- Ken- How we scaled up our teams. Continuous integration. Scaling practices
19:30 - 19:45- Break
19:45 - 20:15- Aitor- CI/CD at Uber - A Journey to Production
20:15 - 20:30- Q&A
20:30 - 21:30- Networking
***Please be sure to bring a form of identification for check-in. We recommend biking or taking public transit to our office as we do not have onsite parking available.
You probably use apps to watch videos or listen music on a daily basis. With both tools in the Android SDK as external libraries you can create your own feature rich video or audio app. But how complex is it?
This meetup, as you’ve guessed it, is all about media API’s on Android. Remco Mokveld will talk about how to deal with offline video in combination with ExoPlayer.
ExoPlayer is an open source project maintained by Google on Github to offer more features than Android’s standard MediaPlayer API. ExoPlayer is used by many apps on the Google PlayStore and is also a core part of YouTube’s app.
The second talk of the evening will shine some light on Media API's for Audio. Dion Segijn will talk about his experience setting up audio for Blendle’s latest product.
17:30 Doors open
18:45 Opening talk
19:00 Remco Mokveld
20:00 Dion Segijn
By public transportation, from Utrecht CS trains: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWMWofU5-FA
If you're by car, park here: https://www.interparking.nl/nl-NL/find-parking/P1%20Moreelsepark/ Blendle can reimburse parkings tickets
Catharijnesingel[masked] GC Utrecht, NL
For practical questions about Blendle you can also contact [masked]
Now the dust has settled around Google I/O '18, it's time to get our hands dirty. This evening we'll take you through the latest and greatest Android announcements in a set of lightning sessions! We'll discuss topics like:
- Navigation by Vince
- Workmanager by Hugo
- Constraintlayout by Wolfram
- Kotlin KTX by Jovche
- A topic of your choosing? Contact us if you're interested in giving a lightning talk!
17:30 Doors open
19:15 Lightning talks part 1
20:15 Lightning talks part 2
Join us for a meetup full of Kotlin. If you haven’t had the chance to get started with Kotlin this is the meetup for you. Vince Treur and Rene de Groot will guide you through the language to get you up and running in no time. Even though this is a workshop for beginners, people from all skill levels are more than welcome to join!
17:30 Doors open
19:15 Workshop part 1
20:15 Workshop part 2
21:30 Lights out
Note: Please bring your laptop with the latest version of Android Studio
Note: Please do not RSVP here! This is just an announcement! More info and registration via: https://io18daug.eventbrite.com only!
Ready for the big announcements of this year from Google? Google will show their latest product announcements and improvements in the area of Machine learning, cloud computing, hardware products and last but definitely not least and the thing we all eagerly waited for: Android!
Let’s watch this event together to see and discuss what Google will introduce so we can start building all the new things in our pretty apps.
5:30pm Doors open, drinks + food
7:00pm Start if the keynote livestream
8:30pm Drinks and snacks
This year Pixplicity is sponsoring the event with their office, drinks and food to celebrate this yearly event. Located in Utrecht, easily accessible and room for 45 people
Think you could come up with a way to optimize Internet coverage for Project Loon balloons? Or how about routing Google Street View cars through Paris?
Step into the shoes of a Google engineer and tackle these types of challenges during Hash Code, a team-based programming competition for students and professionals (18+) across Europe, the Middle East and Africa organized by Google. You pick your team and programming language, we pick a real-life engineering problem to solve. Are you up for the challenge?
The competition is divided into two stages:
* an Online Qualification Round on 1st March at 18:30 CET
For this round, your team can participate from wherever you’d like, including one of our Hash Code hubs. Hubs allow for teams in the same location (eg. city or university) to compete side-by-side in a more fun and exciting environment.
* a Final Round on 1st April
Top scoring teams from the Online Qualification Round will be invited to Google Paris to compete in the Final Round of the competition.
Find some teammates, sign up today at g.co/hashcode and we'll see you at the UvA!
It’s time for a night of Code Puzzlers! Learn more about our everyday Android coding challenges, quirks in the Android framework, fun facts, great discussions, tips & tricks and win great prizes. In this meetup you will compete in teams in trying to solve many code challenges, puzzles and general Android questions. To gain knowledge, win prizes, but most of all learn from each other and have fun!
When you register for this meetup we ask you for you Android programming skill level (beginner / intermediate / expert). We do this to create equally levelled teams. Good answers will score points for your team which at the end of the evening might result in some well earned prizes!
19:00 Welcome and Opening
19:15 First round of questions and challenges
20:15 Second round of questions and challenges
21:00 Announcement of the winner and drinks
21:30 Doors close!
Note: If you have a interesting code challenge which suits this meetup please send it to [masked] (Thanks in advance!)
Come join us for another edition of the annual "Bier & Bitterballen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitterballen)" meetup at Quignon in Utrecht. We want to invite you to celebrate the start of a new DutchAUG meetup season:
We supply the drinks and bitterballen, you bring your (Android) stories!
What will this year's theme be? Join us to liven up the discussion with drinks and snacks on us.
We hope to see to a lot of you there!