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Let’s live code in Flutter
• What we'll do Let’s live code a Flutter app from start to finish We’ll look at designing a UI using hot-reload, pulling in data over a network and even accessing some native code for those tricky platform-specific APIs. Let’s see how far we can get building an app in half an hour! About Matt Sullivan: Matt leads developer relations for Flutter from Google’s Mountain View campus. He recently joined the Flutter team, having spent three years working on Android and Wear. He’s a bit of a language geek, and is thoroughly enjoying adding Dart to the portfolio of languages to write cool things in. When he’s not hacking on Flutter, you’ll probably find him in the gym wearing far too many fitness sensors. • What to bring Bring your laptop, appetite, and luck for winning raffles! • Important to know We'll have food, drinks and prizes to give away!


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    Do you use Google technologies in your work, studies or personal projects? Are you interested in learning more about them? Want to connect with other developers in person? Then the Google Developer Group Los Angeles welcomes you to attend one of our upcoming meetings! We're working on a roster of monthly events, including LA's first-ever Google I/O Extended viewing event, where you can watch live sessions from Google I/O with other developers right here in Southern California. Our regular meetings will feature talks and guest speakers discussing APIs and platforms such as Android, Chrome, Google Maps and Earth, Google TV, App Engine, the Google Prediction API, Dart, Google Web Toolkit and Google+. And sometimes we'll throw in other developer-oriented demos, interaction, special guests or games just for fun. Whatever the topic, it will be a great opportunity to meet, talk and make friends with LA-area developers who are using Google technologies to create interesting and innovative projects. Please note: GDG Los Angeles is a group of developers in the Los Angeles area that is independently organized by individuals, and is not a part of Google, Inc.

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