Synopsis: Android has quickly become one of the most
popular smartphone platforms out there. With more than 350,000 Android
devices being activated every day, and over three billion apps
installed, it’s definitely a lucrative market. The question is, how do
you get started developing for it? While not a complicated system, it
can be quite confusing. From setting up a development environment to
learning the nuances of the programming and design, a recent beginner
Android developer will share what he’s learned.
Time: 7:00 PM (6:30 PM food starts)
This is a free event, but please register here: http://hubcitynugjul2011.eventbrite.com/to help us plan for food, drinks, etc..
5912 U S HIGHWAY 49 SUITE H1
HATTIESBURG, MS 39401-7584
Deloitte’s entrance is an outside facing door to the right of Cloverleaf Mall’s food court.
About the Speaker: Doug Burkhalter is a student at USM, the only employee of It Just Werx, a long-time member of the Hub City NUG, and a total computer nut. He dabbles in programming in several languages, hoping to make a career of it if he ever manages to finish school. In his free time, he co-exists as an avatar in Second Life, programming and thinking up various tools for that online social platform. He can be reached on his far too quiet twitter account, on Facebook, through Second Life, It Just Werx’s site, or his ugly personal web page.
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