Jan 31, 2012

SG-GTUG Android Precamp Meet-up: Sat 11 Feb 2012

In preparation of the Global Android DevCamp happening over 17-19 February, SG-GTUG will be organising tutorial sessions on 11 February. If you intend to participate in the DevCamp, please register yourself at the official site.

Time: Saturday 11 February 2012, 1:00pm to 4:00pm.
Venue: "Potential" Room, Level 13, 1 Fusionopolis Way Connexis (North Tower), Singapore 13863.
MRT Stop: CC23 "One North" station. 

  • 1:00PM - 3:00PM Tutorial on Google Android (Bharathi)
  • 3:00PM - 4:00PM Google App Engine examples (Louis, Mani)

About the speakers

* Bharathi Subramanian is working as a Principal Consultant in Embinux Division of International SQLStar. He has nearly 11 years of experience in the embedded domain. Currently, he manages the Embedded Linux, Android porting and Android training projects. During this talk he will cover the following topics (1hr for first 3 points, and 1hr for the last point):
  1. SDK Setup
  2. Emulator Usage
  3. Example 1: Hello World
  4. Example 2: UI and Layout Example
There will be free wifi access but we request that you download the Android SDK before coming to the meet-up to avoid delays.

* Louis Shue is a co-founder of SG-GTUG and dabbles in Google App Engine in his spare time.
* Mani has worked for over 5 years in the IT industry in India, in the roles as Business Analyst, Product Manager, etc. He quit his career in mid 2010 to start working on his own project, that allowed him to be a self taught web applications developer and a Google App Engine expert. He has already built a Content Management System for Maastricht University, his first client and is currently working on his own online test preparation software, which he expects to complete in mid 2012.
During this session, we will going over the following:
  1. Steps to set up an App Engine development environment and the codes of a sample Guest Book application from code lab. (Louis)
  2. The design architecture and demo of a web application using Android and App Engine. (Mani)

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