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The Google Developer Group (GDG-DC) is a developer group designed to discuss, discover and distribute Google technologies. This will cover Washington DC Capital Suburban area including Northern Virginia and Maryland.

GDG-DC meets as often as we find good topic, location, sponsor and interested techies!

Please visit our website (http://www.devfestdc.org) and join our groups (http://groups.google.com/group/nca-gtug) to participate and register in Meetup (http://www.meetup.com/ncagtug/) to attend. Oh.. don't forget to follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/schida)

Check out our awesome yearly event DevFestDC (http://www.devfestdc.org).

Check out http://developer.google.com/ for the full list of Google offerings for Developers.

Upcoming events (1)

Flutter Overview by Jared Alexander @ Capital One

1600 Capital One Dr

Please join us for our first DC Flutter monthly meetup, where Flutter enthusiasts and beginners will come together to learn and share about Flutter. Agenda: 6:00-6:30p - Meet and Greet. Food will be served compliments of Capital One. 6:30p - Flutter 101 - Jared Alexander 7:30p - Shared Preferences Lightning talk - Larry Aasen 7:45p - TBD Main Presentation: Flutter 101 - Introduction to Flutter About the presenter: Jared Alexander is a Lead Software Engineer at Capital One and works on the Capital One Mobile iOS and Android flagship apps. He’s passionate about all things mobile – he teaches iOS and Android development at George Washington University as an Adjunct Professor and runs Tysons Apps, a company he and his wife Rose co-founded. Outside of app development, he loves basketball, traveling, and hanging out with his cat Wahoo. Location: Capital One Headquarters (Tysons Corner, VA) 1600 Capital One Dr McLean, VA 22102 Metro: McLean Station (Silver Line) a short walk away Parking: There is free parking at the original Capital One Headquarters building (1680 building, as they have not opened parking to the new building yet, which is where the Meetup is). Park there, then walk towards the largest Capital One building (1600 building). Take the first floor elevator to the 7th floor and walk around the floor until you see Maplewood Hall on the right hand side. No need to sign in. Twitter: https://twitter.com/dcflutter

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