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Thursday
Feb 4, 2016
Android Study Jam Kickoff Party
Seed Coworking

Learn the basics of Android and Java programming, and take the first step on your journey to becoming an Android developer.

First meet-up of the Google Developer Group for Toledo, Ohio.

Thursday
Mar 3, 2016
StudyJamDev / Open Hack
Seed Coworking

Google Developer Group Toledo welcomes you to participate in an Open Hack night. Our Study Jam Dev is for anyone who would like to work on their Android coursework and projects.

The hashtag for the event is: #DevStudyJam

If you are from the community and would like work on anything you are welcome to attend our dual track Open Hack Night. Please register on this GDG Toledo Open Hack Meetup Site, thanks for joining us.

Tuesday
Mar 7, 2017
Android Beacons
Seed Coworking

This talk is an introduction to beacon technologies for Android devices. We'll look at what types of beacons are out there to use, such as RadBeacons and Estimotes. We'll also discuss the different types of beacon protocols available to those beacons: Eddystone and AltBeacon. We'll walk through exactly how each of these protocols work and how to implement them into your application using either Google's Proximity Beacon API coupled with Nearby Messages API and also with the AltBeacon library. So join us for the ins and outs of beacons on Android to better your user's location and proximity experiences.

Jake VanAssche is a Software Engineer at Arbormoon Software Inc. focusing on developing Android mobile applications. He recently got his Master's degree in Computer Science from Wayne State and has a Bachelor's degree in Software Engineering from the University of Detroit Mercy.

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Tuesday
Apr 4, 2017
So You Want to be an Android Developer
Seed Coworking

Have you dreamed of developing your own app, but didn't know how to get started. We'll go over getting started with Android development and leave you with a few simple steps to build your first app (app idea not included).

Chris Wammes is a Applications Development Supervisor at Bowling Green State University. His focus at BGSU is on all areas of the web and includes, web content management, enterprise portal, calendar, digital asset management, digital signage, custom web development and mobile. He also helps run Toledo Web Professionals, and developed the Toledo Tech Events Android app.

Thursday
Jun 1, 2017
Strategies for Learning React
Seed Coworking

GDG Toledo Welcomes Ryan Lanciaux!

React has been on your radar for some time but you don't know the best way to dive in to the ecosystem. There are so many awesome libraries but it's hard to distinguish between what's necessary and what's addressing a pain-point you don't yet have.

In this talk, we will consider some strategies for learning React and some of React's core principles. From there, we will discuss how taking a component-based view of our front-end can help us build an application architecture that scales over time. Finally, we'll examine some important libraries in the React ecosystem and what problems they are working to solve.

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Tuesday
Oct 23, 2018
Live coding: Using a shared theme and resources across mobile and the web
Brady Innovation Center, UT College of Engineering

We'll live code a mobile and web app that shares a theme and resources, as well as adjusts its layout according to screen size.

If enough people RSVP, we'll get pizza and refreshments for attendees.

The event will also be live streamed. Stay tuned for the link.