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Hi everybody, I am not an Android Developer but I have over 20 years of experience as a professional in computer science. So I can offer a few topics and I would like to know what you are interested in.

Please participate this poll so that I know in which fields you are interested.
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Docker
6%
Dart / Polymer
6%
Google Cloud Plattform
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Chrome / Chrome OS
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SSL / Public Key Infrastructure
61%
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We can also include keybase.io but this requires some basics so we can include it later on.
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I am so embarrassed that a german professor is that narrow-minded that she can not distinguish between male indians and criminals.

Dear Annette Beck-Sickinger ( https://plus.google.com/115605958505047984601 ) india has 1,252 Million citizens. Approximately the half of the are male. Do you really think they are all rapists? 

Would you like to be punished for crimes that have been committed by some random german felonies? 
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Embarrassing, unfortunately I am not the least bit surprised. 
These kind of things pop up all over the place at the moment, it seems. Tragic! 
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Who's better: Apple, Microsoft Amazon or Google?

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Google has unveiled a whole new type of Chrome device, and it's one that can fit in your pocket. It's called the Chromebit, and it's essentially a Chrome
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The next meeup in March will be special: 

Start‐ups meet Google:
According to statistics approximately half of small business start‐ups fails during the first five years.
Google is on a mission to improve those statistics and to support start‐ups particularly in the early
stages. In 2012 Google launched Google for Entrepreneurs, an initiative, which is basically the
umbrella for several dozen programs, partnerships, accelerators, incubator programs and products
around the world that support emerging entrepreneurs. Google for Entrepreneurs is supported by
three main pillars: Google’s partnerships with entrepreneurial organizations, programs the company
is sponsoring or supporting more directly and Google products that could be advantageous to
fledgling startups.
What are Google´s goals and how can start‐ups outside Silicon Valley in Germany benefit from them?
In this session you will receive an overview about Google´s start‐up entrepreneur programs and
initiatives including “insider” stories of the first Google Launchpad in Berlin.
 
Speaker: Dr. Tatiana Chapovalova
Tatiana is an entrepreneur, founder of Skillndeal and alumni of Google Lanchpad.  She combines iron
grip with positive attitude and contagious humor. She is a digital native and a talent for building
relationships. Tatiana has a long‐time consulting and project leading experience at giant industry
companies. For the last 5years she had been working as a senior industry manager and a business
advisor at one of the most prominent consulting companies, directing large‐scale projects. Tatiana
designed corporate strategies for her customers and optimized processes.  

Make sure you participate the Doodle: https://plus.google.com/117242887774764180663/posts/6jFCxcceCEH
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Every meetup is special! :-) But yes, this one, if all goes as planned, will indeed be a little bit different. 
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This is a great opportunity to learn android development!
 
New resource for Udacity Android Fundamentals: Study Jams!

We're now offering Google Developers Study Jams around the world to support students taking the Udacity Android Fundamentals course. If you have basic java experience and are interested in boosting your Android development skills, sign up for Android Fundamentals (https://www.udacity.com/account/affiliate/StudyJam) and find a Study Jam near you (http://developerstudyjams.com/). More details on the course here: https://www.udacity.com/course/ud853

Get jamming! #DevStudyJam  
Study Jams are an opportunity for students to receive free, in-person guidance and tutoring on the Udacity course in a fun classroom environment. Study Jam sessions are designed around the Udacity course structure, with a weekly session following each lesson (6 lessons), plus two additional ...
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Randy was fascinated about computer science ever since. At the age of ten he started writing his first programs in Basic on his C64. Unfortunately he had to write these programs very often because he couldn’t convince his father to buy a datasette and so his programs vanished every time his mother pulled the plug to get him to bed.

In 1993 Randy got access to the data centre at the faculty for computer science at the university of Wuppertal and got in touch with telnet, FTP, Gopher and the World Wide Web which wasn’t that wide these days as most people know it today.


A few years later in 1995 Randy founded SCARATEC as one of the first companies in germany dedicated to internet programming.

Today Randy is basically focused Software Architecture and Software Development. His favorite Language is Java EE on Linux operating systems. In his toolbox Randy always carries: git, gradle, IntelliJ IDEA, Google Web Toolkit, Dart and a grml usb-stick to turn everything that crosses his way to decent linux box.

The Google Developer Group Düsseldorf is a special baby of Randy. In 2011 he got the first time in touch with the Google Community. The warm welcome of the community and fascination about technology made him stay and later become organizer of the GDG in Düsseldorf.
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Teuer und unfähiges Personal. Wir sind heute bei über 30 Grad in dieser Strandbar gewesen. Obwohl es dort Ständer für Sonnenschirme gab, war kein einziger Schirm aufgebaut, so dass man draußen kaum im Schatten sitzen konnte. Hinter der Bedienung musste man meistens hinter her laufen um überhaupt etwas bestellen zu können. Das war recht unverständlich, denn es war relativ leer. Die Burger wurden auf der Karte angepriesen, waren dann aber angeblich ausverkauft, was ebenfalls unverständlich war, denn es war ja kaum was los. Ansonsten konnte man noch Flammkuchen bestellen, davon was auch das Meiste 'lieferbar'. Wir waren mit Hund dort. Der Hund hat neben uns gelegen und sich von den anderen Gästen kraulen lassen. Als unser Hund dann aufgestanden ist und der Kellner gesehen hat, dass er nicht angeleint ist, kam er dann auf einmal an gerannt um uns zu ermahnen, dass der Hund unbedingt angleint sein müsse. Wir hätten uns gewünscht, wenn er mit unsere Bestellungen annähernd engagiert bearbeitet hätte ... . An diesem Punkt haben wir das Lokal dann endgültig verlassen, obwohl wir noch mit Freuden dort verabredet waren. Die anderen Gäste habe sich ähnlich Verständnislos über den Kellner geäußert. Wir haben dann woanders besser und preiswerter zu abend gegessen.
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