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Hi everyone, we have updated the program for GDG Singapore DevFest 2013. #gdg   #devfest  
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To all #gdg members that have an Android phone.

Introducing Project Frisbee

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Introducing GDG Frisbee

All GDG content in one place. Project Frisbee is the result of GDG[x]'s coordinated efforts to build an application that makes it easier to discover Google Developer Group content while being on the go.

Frisbee is a community effort and we appreciate the help of everyone who wants to help improve the App. For now we need translators who want to help us make Frisbee available in every language out there.

Check http://github.com/gdg-x for more information.
Post your feature requests and bugreports here: https://github.com/gdg-x/frisbee/issues

Enjoy!

Get the app here: http://goo.gl/DbMSd2

#gdgx   #frisbee  
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To everyone interested in the African economy and developer world:

1) Join Android conference droidcon in Tunis on 26-28 April (six weeks to go). Call for papers is still open for two more weeks: http://droidcon.tn/

2) The African Android Challenge: http://www.androidchallenge.org/
Submit your app until 15 April!
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It was great to have a weekend of hacking with developers all over the world in February 2012! #androidDev
 
On 5 November 2007, the Open Handset Alliance announced Android as the new platform for mobile devices. Looking back after 5 years, what was you greatest or worst Android moment as developer?

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For me, there was the happy feeling when I first saw the +OpenIntents  app running on our first real G1 device. And there was also the disappointment, when my email to the OHA last year was returned with a mailer daemon message "user unknown".
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What do you do on 5 November 2012? Think about what happend 5 years ago!
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Chant quietly with the Others in the hopes of awakening Cthulhu from his dark slumber, same thing we do every November 5, Pinky. His call lay within your source code, every ringtone a note in our dark symphony, quickening the Old Ones and calling them back to this world. The secret incorporation of the People app in ICS with the Book of Azathoth should ensure the strength of our servitude to the Outer Gods.

O Nyarlathotep! O Azathoth! I grow squamous and rugose with anticipation!
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Who can design a logo for the GTUGs/GDGs around one of the following themes?:
- Guy Fawkes night, bonfire night
- 5 years of Android
- V for Vendetta

Style:
Dark and serious (heavy) (to offset against GADC which was more ‘lighthearted’), but still fun. Somewhat anarchistic, C-base style, mystique, “hacker” and factory-like.

We're targeting ambitious graphics designers mostly. Something along the lines of the logo of our own G+ page. If that's you, create a logo and reply it to us soon!
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Back in May at #io13 +Xavier Ducrohet gave a great introduction to the new Android SDK build system, Gradle. One of the many benefits of Gradle and Android Studio is that it pulls a number of useful services in to a centralized location, making it easier for developers to seamlessly control their development environment, tools, and services.

In the talk he mentioned testing on real devices with AppThwack from within Android Studio, and now you can. We suggest testing often on a small number of devices in order to catch performance and other issues as they're introduced in to the code, not further along the development cycle.

Best of all, it's easy to get started. Here's a step-by-step tutorial to get you up and running.
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It's 23:30pm!

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Tech Needs Girls! To program like +Achere Buxton and write like her too :-)
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Meet the #Ingress  team in this hangout, is your GADC community into it? Why? How? Tell your story, +Cowgirl App! is courious...
 
Cowgirl App! Hangout on Air with Niantic Labs on Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Watch LIVE on Tuesday from the Event, talk to us, share your Ingress stories, and reasons why you want to play on the Event (linked below) for a chance to win an Ingress invite. RSVP "Yes" to the Event, comment and share your Ingress inspired artwork during the Hangout here:
https://plus.google.com/b/113746358864153772426/events/cknfbgugo3imeq64jmn3nh6tcoo

We're going to be talking Ingress with +Niantic Project 's +Brandon Badger , +Brian Rose and +Anne Beuttenmüller .

Joining us will be players +Valerie Wallace +Linda Besh +Mara Mascaro +Amanda Blain and +Stefan Hoth 

The Hangout will hosted by +Samantha Villenave and +Pamela Poole of +Cowgirl App! (And of course, Sam's an Ingress addict player too!)

Oh, and What's Cowgirl App!? I'm glad you asked. Cowgirl App! is the app review site that doesn't smell like Doritos and armpits. Tech is real life, so Cowgirl Up! 
www.cowgirlapp.com

#ingress   #ingresshangout   #nianticproject   #nianticlabs   #cowgirlapp  

Oh!! And a very special thank you to +Cédric VILLENAVE for this lovely promo video.
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Thanks for sharing this +Global Android Dev Camp ! :)
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Spotted at the Googleplex this morning. (via +Fred Chung)
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Android User Groups hacking at the same time worldwide - 17/19 February 2012 #GADC
Introduction
The Global Android Dev Camp takes place from February 17th to 19th, 2012. Android developers from all over the world come together at more than 30 locations and hack for 48 hours - nonstop! Globally, about 1,000 developers are expected - from Berlin, Munich and Dusseldorf, to Warsaw and London, to Brazzaville, Kyoto and San Diego.

The goal of the global hackathon is to bring together Android communities spread around the world. The global hackathon offers them the opportunity to share knowledge and experiences; to jointly test and evolve existing products and solutions; and to create completely new applications, tools, etc.

And, last but not least, it is also simply about having loads of fun among like-minded people.

Do you want to join the global hackathon with your user group?
There are about 50 locations all over the globe that want to join the hackathon. If you want to host another local hackathon please fill in our registration form

Event hashtag: #GADC