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The scheduled Study Jam sessions for tonight have been altered. The Durham group will not be meeting, and will double-up on the review next week at the regularly scheduled time and place. The Cary group has a Hangout planned for tonight, so if you have attended in Cary please check your email for an invitation to that event.

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Today we're announcing the Android for Work program to tap into the potential of smartphones and tablets in the workplace. 

Android for Work brings together OEMs, Enterprise mobility management and Developers so organizations can make the most of the world’s #1 mobile operating system.

For more on how to join Google Play for Work and how to design great apps for Android for Work, check out our blogpost (http://goo.gl/Tz7I1Y). To learn about the benefits for developers and what you should look out for, watch this DevByte from Developer Advocate +Rich Hyndman

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Over one billion people carry Android smartphones, but for most, they're underutilized in the workplace. Today, we're making it easier to welcome them to work.

Announcing #AndroidforWork : A program designed with our partners to secure, manage and innovate on the Android platform. Learn more on our blog: http://goo.gl/zV53uy or by visiting google.com/work/android
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Google Fiber is expanding, and we need teams with a wide range of expertise. We know veterans have many of the skills we're looking for. Last night, hundreds of veterans joined us in Austin to explore career opportunities across Fiber cities. 

Want to learn more about Fiber career opportunities? Take a look at google.com/fiber/jobs
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Any app ideas in music, film, or gaming?

Join #GCPBuildOff to present it during #SXSW : http://goo.gl/qCWkz8
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Got summer plans? High school seniors, are you thinking about studying CS in college? (We hope so!) If you are, check out the Computer Science Summer Institute, where you'll have the chance to learn programming fundamentals directly from Google engineers and design your own app with fellow participants. We're accepting applications until March 5! http://goo.gl/QIgEZ1
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Are you a developer who has been interested in Android development, but just hasn't gotten around to it? Join our facilitators +Fred Medlin in Durham at +Two Toasters and +Evan Halley in Cary at +School Dude for our seven-week Android #studyjam  sessions.

The Study Jam sessions are meant to help people go through the Udacity "Developing Android Applications" course. Week one will look at Lesson 1 from the course. The seventh week will be presentation of final projects. If interested, sign up using this link whether you have an existing Udacity login or not: https://www.udacity.com/account/affiliate/StudyJam You'll see a "Start Free Trial" button, but just ignore that and click on "Access Course Materials" to get to the course. All Google courses are free on Udacity. 

To register for the Study Jam sessions for your preferred location use the registration links below. You can sign up for just the first one, or all of the days separately if you'd like the calendar entries. Food will be provided at the Durham location, but currently not at the Cary location (although that may change).

Durham Registration - http://bpt.me/1224399
Cary Registration - http://bpt.me/1224418

You don’t HAVE to register through the Study Jam program or participate in it to take the course, but I will say that Google is kicking in some funding, so people who come consistently to the sessions will receive some good swag, and there will be some prize opportunities for people that present final projects in the seventh week.

If you don’t do the Study Jam sessions I would still recommend the course if you’re trying to learn Android development because it is a complete look at the features and techniques for making professional Android apps.

If you have any questions just email gdg.triangle@gmail.com or contact +Luke Dary via G+ or Hangout.
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Our new AngularJS course is ready for you to play! If you haven't checked it out yet, today's new blog post will give you a preview of what it covers — including flexible directives, creating routes, and the 5 service recipes.

Sharpen up and read it now! http://cods.ch/1As27Qq
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Due to the state of the weather and roads we'll make this a Hangout-only meeting, but people are welcome to dial in if you'd like to share what you are working on, or want to take a look at something mentioned below.
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Let's build something!

There are a lot of great things going on in all areas of the Google Developer landscape: I/O dates were announced, Android Study Jams ( http://developerstudyjams.com/ ), Google Cloud Platform Build-Off ( https://lp.google-mkto.com/NA-2015-GCP-Buildoff_Landing-Page.html ), and a lot of updates happening all around.

If you don't have your own project, you can work with someone else, hack on a GDG project, get your feet wet with a codelab, or just spend the time looking through code samples. We'll have something for everyone of any skill level. 
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Links for the various things mentioned:
I/O - https://events.google.com/io2015/
Android Study Jams - http://developerstudyjams.com/
Cloud Platform Build-Off - https://lp.google-mkto.com/NA-2015-GCP-Buildoff_Landing-Page.html

We'll try to solidify the March meeting soon, but it will likely be either a Cast API app building night or a visit from the local Google Fiber City Manager.
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Excited to announce that our official dates for Google I/O in San Francisco are May 28 & 29, 2015. Whether you’re able to join us in person, online via I/O Live or at an I/O Extended event in your local community, we’re looking forwarding to connecting with the global +Google Developers community to share what we’re working on next. 

More details to come over the coming weeks; be sure to check https://events.google.com/io2015/ for the latest.
Google I/O 2015 brings together developers for an immersive, two-day experience focused on exploring the next generation of technology, mobile and beyond. Join us online or in person May 28-29, 2015.
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It isn't too late to join others and start learning +Android development on Thursday evenings for the next seven weeks. Join our facilitators +Fred Medlin in Durham at +Two Toasters and +Evan Halley in Cary at +School Dude for our seven-week Android #studyjam  sessions covering the Udacity "Developing Android Applications" course.

This week will look at Lesson 1 from the course. Week seven will be presentations of final projects. Sign up is a two-step process.
First, use this link whether you have an existing Udacity login or not: https://www.udacity.com/account/affiliate/StudyJam

Eventually you will see a "Start Free Trial" button, but just ignore that and click on "Access Course Materials" to get to the course. All Google courses are free on Udacity. 

Second, to register for the Study Jam sessions themselves. Pick your preferred location and use the registration links below. You can sign up for just the first one, or all of the days separately if you'd like the calendar entries. Food will be provided at the Durham location, but currently not at the Cary location (although that may change).

Durham Registration - http://bpt.me/1224399
Cary Registration - http://bpt.me/1224418

You don’t HAVE to register through the Study Jam program or participate in it to take the course, but I will say that Google has graciously offered to provide some funding, so people who come consistently to the sessions will receive some good swag, and there will be some really great opportunities for people that present final projects in the seventh week to win some prizes.

If you are unable to participate in the Study Jam sessions it is highly recommend to try out the course if you are trying to learn Android development. The course is a complete look at the features and techniques for making professional Android apps.

If you have any questions just email gdg.triangle@gmail.com or contact +Luke Dary via G+ or Hangout.

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What would we create if we all had access to the best tools and tech to build a better world? 

Today, we're announcing #NextWave, our effort to equip and inspire the next generation of makers and doers in the U.S from underrepresented communities. http://goo.gl/IVhKTa

Our first program will be with the amazing team at +CODE2040, providing 1 year fellowships to African American and Latino founders. The founders will receive funding, office space and mentorship for their #startup. In addition, selected entrepreneurs will work to make their local tech hubs more inclusive. Interested or know someone who'd be a great fit? Have them apply here: http://goo.gl/IVhKTa
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This is the chapter home page for Google Developer Group Research Triangle.  GDG Research Triangle serves the Research Triangle area of North Carolina, which encompasses Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and surrounding areas.

Organizer: Luke Dary,  http://goo.gl/cT3WVS
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