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Did you know we have course on building a startup? Yep. Learn how to bring your idea from conception to market.
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We go...! We goo! 
Come join +GDG Mbale and the rest of us there. Happy to share about performance stuff on Android at this event  :-)
 
This is two day hands on event targeting both beginners and intermediate developers on Android. Day one has two tracks beginner track where beginners will follow the Android beginner course(adapted from the Udacity beginner course) and the intermediate track where developers will learn more about performance (Still adapted from the Android performance course at Udacity). Day two has majorly four guided code labs and two video reviews from Google IO 2015. There is a cool prize for the best participant who finishes all code labs in the best time and there is a cool prize for a woman how does best in the hands on session in the beginner track.
GDG Mbale working with Hansu Mobile Innovations will continue to help and train participants in the beginner track  through a training based on Android for Beginners level course, this will still be free to participants for the whole month of August, One needs to be self motivated and passionate to get the best from the training. The training will take place at Hansu Mobile Innovations next to Classic Inn in Namakwekwe and will begin from Monday 7/08/2015. Please you are encouraged to apply. If you are a woman, you are deeply encouraged to apply because there is a reward for the best woman at work.

Register at this link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1sEQ3qLdrVkqeYthOve3D8TVBrmSnzO_7Afkz9165vJA/viewform

Or click on Tickets bellow.
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Wow, yet another one!
 
We have just released a new Udacity course on Ubiquitous Computing. It's a great introduction to developing across Google platforms such as Android Wear, Android Auto, Android TV, and Google Cast. Using your existing Android knowledge, +Timothy Jordan, +Wayne Piekarski, and +Joshua Gordon will show you how to extend your existing apps to these new platforms without having to reinvent the wheel.

Join the class at https://www.udacity.com/course/android-ubiquitous-computing--ud875 and you can try it out for free!
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ADB Episode 31: Graphics Performance

Join +Tor Norbye and I when we finally have a conversation with Chris Craik, one of the engineers responsible for graphics performance on Android.

http://androidbackstage.blogspot.com/2015/07/this-time-tor-and-chet-are-joined-by.html
This time, Tor and Chet are joined by Chris Craik from the Android UI Toolkit team. Chris took time out of his busy schedule of writing performance-testing tools and fixing graphics performance issues to talk on the podcast a...
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Go get it !
 
We've just released Android Studio 1.3 RC 3 to the canary channel, fixing a number of issues reported in RC 2.

http://tools.android.com/recent/androidstudio13releasecandidate3available
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Android Support Library 22.2.1 available now
This release is focused on product quality and stability, with a healthy dose of bugs and edge cases now fixed, particularly for users of the Android Design Library (http://goo.gl/ZgmA99) introduced in version 22.2.0.

You’ll also find a number of API improvements as well:
- FloatingActionButton’s new show() and hide() methods to allow triggering the appropriate animations programmatically
- Snackbar gains LENGTH_INDEFINITE for continuing to show a Snackbar until it is dismissed or another Snackbar is shown
- TabLayout now allows you to retrieve the currently selected tab via getSelectedTabPosition()
- NotificationCompat.MediaStyle now uses a fully fluent API, allowing chaining methods together
- RecyclerView’s SortedList now has convenience methods to batch insert items

Please continue to file any Support Library bugs at https://goo.gl/QHIwpH
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Auto Backup for Apps made really simple

With the Android M release all apps targeting the newest SDK version are getting automatic, full-data backups by default. It’s essential that developers make sure their apps behave correctly with this change.

Check out our blog post below for details on migrating from an existing BackupAgent, best practices for managing what data gets included in a backup and making automatic backup and restore a truly delightful moment for your users.

#AndroidDev
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📢 We're holding an AMA (Ask Me Anything) with Google Design Advocate Mike Denny! Join us on Wednesday July 29, 9am PST.

You can already submit questions! http://www.materialup.com/chat#ama
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Yet another cool thing
 
"Applications are now open for the 1st Google Developer Summit series in Sub Saharan Africa.
This is a premier technical event focused on Google technologies .
Join Googlers and experts from around the world in talks and hands-on codelabs on Material Design, Push Notifications for Chrome, Offline Page Caching and much more.
Applications close on 31st July, 2015 "
https://goo.gl/mIbpki
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I used to write about #Startups and had no idea what goes on in one, until I co-founded one. Stuff ain't easy but you keep going. #Yozarian #YozaWorkshop 
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Designers should follow user experience process for product startups.
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#ux #uxdesign #uxdesigner #product #designer #startup #userexperience  
 
User experience (UX) and user interface (UI) designers are essential for any startup business. In this article very easily explained the UI/UX process for startup.
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  • GDG Mbale
    Organizer, 2011 - present
  • IUIU
    Systems Programmer, 2012 - present
  • IUIU
    Assistant Systems Programmer, 2011 - 2012
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San Francisco, CA - Jinja - Kampala - Lagos, Nigeria - Mombasa, Kenya - Nairobi, Kenya
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I love programming for the Web and Android.
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A simple man with a great passion for programming, gaming and helping people realize the importance of good computing solutions to their business.
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Self taught Android developer and co-founder of HANSU Mobile Innovations Limited :-)
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  • Islamic University In Uganda
    Computer Science, 2008 - 2011
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