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?
Who's better: Apple, Microsoft Amazon or Google?
Kids are so awesome!
There is one term emerging in the IT-world that is also beeing mentioned in the report: Datensparsamkeit which is a term that is actually taken from the german privicy legislation.
While we are moving more and more data into the cloud, this is also a growing matter and I am quit happy that this term also found its way to the Technology Radar.
Sorry that you haven't heard too much from my since the DevFest. I was quit busy with my business affairs.
I would like to thank you for your awesome commitment which made this not only our first DevFest but a really special event.
Thank you to and who took care for the website and started the preparations for the DevFest during my summer holidays. And who where also a reliable partners when it came to things like preparing the location and fiddling around with the sound equipment.
this was the second major event in this year, where you took a special role by supporting the GDG Community in Düsseldorf. You’ve be also my Co-Organizer at the Dart Flight School earlier this year. Thank you for your continuous support!
Thank you to who also prepared a vast part of the DevFest and even sourced his family for the catering and delivery. Also a very special thank you to Resul's Mama for preparing these delicious appetizers which also ended up the lunch boxes of my children ;-)
Another special thanks goes to who saved an essential part of the DevFest: Coffee and Beamer! When we were preparing the location one evening before the DevFest, we realized that people might like to drink coffee and that a beamer would also come handy since the one that we had where broken! Out of my desperation I called Nana who didn't even let me finish my explanation and promised to bring in a beamer and a coffee machine!
I think a nice souvenir of our community event are the cups and the badges that prepared for us and who took this very time consuming and important task from my shoulders! Thank you Alex!
Thank you to who has provided the badges and took care for the registration. Also thank you for encouraging your colleagues to hold talks at the devfest and organizing so much in the background! You’ve been a great help and I could hardly imagine this Devfest without you!
I hope you all have seen the stunning pictures that has taken. I was asked if we have contracted a professional photographer for this event! I was proud to answer that these pictures are also an outcome from our community here in Düsseldorf! Thank you Ann-Katrin!
Thank you to and for the stunning presentation about your collaboration between designers and developers at Grandcentrix. This topic was very important to me because user experience is an important and also exciting topic and I hope we will be hearing more of you guys in the future!
Thank you to for your talk about Machine Learning. This was the point where I truly regretted that we had two tracks and I could listen to just one talk at a time. I hope you’ll continue the series about your domain soon!
The same applies to . I have read your slides (31!) about android wear. Very detailed and very professional styled. I hope I’ll get the chance to attend another talk of you soon! Thank you for contributing to the DevFest!
you’ve made the most of the Android TV that I’ve brought from this years Google I/O. I also only had the chance to read your slides since we’ve been in concurrent talks. I hope there will be coming more like this next year! Also a big thank you that you’ve showed up and helped preparing the location the night before the DevFest!
Thank you to for you talk about Material Design. I think Material Design is an exciting topic that will hit us in nearly all fields of our work. Very exciting talk as always. Thank you for your ongoing contribution to the GDG Community, not only at the Devfest but also with your talks at our Meetups!
I think it would be a good idea to dedicate an own track to at the next Devfest. I that were like three or more hours of very passionate presentations about Microservices, Docker and Google Go. Your talk inspired me to wrap my brain around Docker for the last three weeks and you’ve probably seeded a completely new series of talks ;-). Thank you for participating since 5 years at the GDG (formerly known as GTUG) Düsseldorf!!
It is hard to believe that someone is so dedicated to our community that he travels nearly every month 240 km (150 miles) to attend, participate and contribute to the GDG Düsseldorf. Whenever there is a meetup or major event, I think of who is exactly doing all this and I feel like I have to give all to make the events worth it. Thank you Wolfram for being a part of the GDG Düsseldorf and Thank you for your talk and support at the DevFest!
A very exciting part of the DevFest was the gradle workshop! Gradle is an emerging tool that becomes more and more important for developers no matter if it’s mobile, Desktop or whatever. I am very grateful to who has hold a very eloquent appetizer talk and offered a workshop during the Devfest. There were less participants at the workshop than we expected but I think this was not because of the workshop but more because of our stuffed program and the concurrent talks. Nevertheless I would like to stick to this concept but less in competition to multiple tracks but more in a dedicated time slot. Thank you for spending your time and offering this workshop!!
Thank you to for caring for the catering. It was a relief that you took over this part. I also got the promised receipts for the bookkeeping.
This was the very first DevFest in Düsseldorf. I was very excited about how this will turn out and I am more that happy about how it all went. We’ve learned some lessons like we have to calc about 40% no-showers. However this seems to be the exact average like all the other DevFests in Germany experienced. Next time we’ll know this number and will deal with it.
We could not have organized this DevFest without the help from outside. Therefore a big thank you to and our Sponsors, Google and Grandcentrix.
has supported our event financially and by priceless manpower! Thank you Grandcentrix!!
Thank you to who traveled from Dublin to Germany for holding his stunning talk about App Distribution and Revenue Models at our DevFest! You’ve been a real headliner to our Event!
and from Google have introduced us to Maxim Mai and helped to bring him to Düsseldorf. We don’t take it as given that you send us a Speaker to a comparatively small event like ours. Thank you for supporting us with nearly everything we need to run the GDG!!
Thank you to Kath and Dirk for having Resul und me in Munich last weekend and giving us these valuable trainings and making organizinging the GDG a real joy!!
I’d like to point out that the GDG is not driven by some faceless enterprise but supported by people who are on the other side of the world and yet really caring for our local concerns. and are spending a vast amount of their time by traveling around the world to help the GDG’s in all parts of their work. I am running the GDG as an organizer since 2011 and whenever I’ve asked for help, I got it from them. Thank you for your priceless support Andrian and Van!!
Thank you to everybody how is making the GDG such a great institution!
With our tonights event we are closing a very successful year for the GDG Düsseldorf and I wish those of you that I am not going to see tonight a merry christmas and a happy new year 2015!
Couldn't make it today - so not every month :-) But I try to be in D.dorf as often as family and workload permits. See you next time.
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I just got this email that might be of interest to you girls and guys:
Hi GDG Düsseldorf,
I am GDG Ankara member , my name is Mustafa ÖZLÜ. We want to inform you about Android Developer Days an event organized by GDGs and developer community. We want to inform you about the 2015 version of the event. Android Developer Days is an "Open Conference". It has the Open Source philosophy in the background and completely organized by the Developer Community. Anybody can contribute and attend as a speaker or attendee to the event. Attendance is free.
Android Developer Days 2015 Journey has started. Let’s be together in this journey.
You can see the infographic about Android Developer Days 2014 ( ADD 2014 ) in the link below which explains what happened last year briefly.
Our motto is: “Challenge yourself, change the world”. We believe that we can change things together. Let’s grow the community and show the power of it.
We also want to bring together all GDGs from all around the World. If you have an opportunity to come and attend, we will be very happy to see you in the event. And also we had many speakers from GDGs in previous events. You may become a speaker in the event. Depending on the budget we cover the travel expenses of GDG member attendees and speakers.
If you want to attend ADD 2015 please keep in contact.
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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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