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Independent Tech community. Google, Open Source and other technologies - Android, GWT, Dart, Mobile and Java, Web, Docker and more. Düsseldorf centred.
Independent Tech community. Google, Open Source and other technologies - Android, GWT, Dart, Mobile and Java, Web, Docker and more. Düsseldorf centred.

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It's time for the next meetup and again we have amazing talks. Be part of GDG Düsseldorf and attend our monthly events!

Our November event has no less than 4 talks - ThirtyInch MVP, Firebase, Android Databinding, World Knowledge Map

ATTENTION: We have a new host and sponsor for this month - Rheinfabrik. Please check the map for the location and feel free to contact us.

Feel free to sign up via Meetup - Meetup will be our preferred way to sign up in the future. As usual our monthly events are completely free (Devfest being an exception).
https://www.meetup.com/Google-Developer-Group-Dusseldorf/events/235377197/


The 4 talks:
- MVP android library ThirtyInch
- Firebase Database
- Advances Android Databinding
- World Knowledge Map

Pascal from Grandcentrix is talking about the new MVP library ThirtyInch. "I am passionate about Android. I'm focused on a clean tested architecture, beautiful material design and useful libraries with great APIs."

Frederik will hold a talk about Firebase Database and how to structure the data.

"I am a young full-time computer science student living in Germany who's chief interest is creating and inventing new stuff. I see myself as an enthusiastic developer and junior entrepreneur who likes to make the things we all like to dream about become reality. It is my dream to simplify life by making the most out of our immense technical progress and huge knowledge.
Besides from engineering I like to go skydiving, skiing, scuba diving and sometimes I just go out, enjoy the nature and make some photographs with my camera."

Andre is talking about Advanced Android Databinding.

"I am an enthusiastic Android hacker with now more than 7 years of professional experience in Android application development. As freelancer I worked for several companies and participated in international research projects. Today me and my team are engineering enterprise level mobile solutions for national and international companies.
I am strong in Software Craftsmanship and Clean Code advocate with passion for Open Source."

Alex´s talks is about World Knowledge Map.

"I started my career as a developer in 1982 when wrote a program for prime numbers on his commodore vc20. In the following 30 years of doing completely different things I had still been interested in computer development, observing things –and people- changing with computer progression and evolution. I popped up at the GDG Dusseldorf in August with a flash talk about a novel way to share knowledge."

We are looking forward seeing you all at our new location.

Best regards,

your GDG Düsseldorf team

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#Trivago #io17

Google IO Extended 2017...

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#meetup #april

Our next meetup is happening on April 3rd 2017 with some amazing talks and hot pizza waiting for you! The event takes place at trivago GmbH, Bennigsen-Platz 1, 40474 Düsseldorf. We’ll have three talks by our community members Stefan, Resul and Randy.

Stefan Meyer-Kahlen: Building a world champion computer chess program
Randy Gupta: The Who´s Who of Google Cloud Plattform
Resul Kocyigit: Androids UiAutomator and the reborn of the SmartMonkey

https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/Google-Developer-Group-Dusseldorf/events/238613077/

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#IoT #meetup created by #aconno from +Miroslav Simudvarac​ showing an e-paper device for IoT with an image of our member +Resul Kocyigit
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#aconno #IoT #startup
From alpha to omega connecting the internet of things.

An amazing GDG event happened yesterday with a world premiere of aconno devices presented by +Miroslav Simudvarac​​.

Thanks for hosting us !!!

Also a big tganks goes to +Wolfram Rittmeyer​​ presenting us the internet of cars and +Pascal Welsch​​ for introducing us the new Bluetooth 5.

Thanks for all GDGers. You make these events great.

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February 15 we have our second Monthly Meetup 2017 - sign up via Meetup and come and join us! Looking forward to seeing you there!
February 15 we host our second Meetup with the GDG Düsseldorf group (Google Developer Group) for 2017.

#GDGDUS - A GDG Düsseldorf evening with IoT and Android Things

As always we try and have an interesting mix of talks, so there is something for everyone - and new for this year is that we switch locations - so make sure you read to the end.

This time we have 3 talks by 3 different speakers - Pascal, Wolfram and Miki, who is also our host for this evening.

"A whirlwind tour of Android Things” - Wolfram Rittmeyer, Android GDE (Google Developer Expert) with long and broad experience is giving an introduction into Android Things, how to get started, what you can do with it, and what APIs exist. You will also hear about where it differs from normal Android development and where the use of existing Android libraries and integration can help your IoT projects.

Miki, Miroslav from Simvelop is going to hold a short talk on IoT, and show us what he has been doing lately.

And last but not least we have Pascal talking about Bluetooth 5.

Bluetooth 5 -> The Bluetooth SIG released the specification of Bluetooth 5 in December '16. This release will lay the foundation of future IoT devices: longer range (4x), faster speed (2x), bigger messages (8x)

Pascal Welsch from Grandcentrix will cover the new possibilities, backwards compatibility and how this new protocol will affect future products. Grandcentrix is Germany’s largest systems integrator specialized in the end-to-end creation of digital products and services for the Internet of Things, Smart Home and Mobile Commerce, and we are excited to once again have Pascal come and present.


Our February event will be held at Simvelop, Volmerswerther Str. 80-86, 40221 Düsseldorf, a familiar location to those of you who have come to our IO Extended events - thank you very much Simvelop for hosting us! Without the support of you and other sponsors we wouldn't be here!

As always our monthly meetups are free of charge, so come and join us for a great evening of mingling, networking and great tech talks. And yes, there will be snacks as well.

GDG is an open independent community and we welcome everyone, all that is needed is an open mind and an interest in technology. We encourage beginners as well as very experienced techies to come and take part in the interesting discussions that always happen - looking forward to seeing you there!

Remember that we are always open for new speakers as well - if you have an interesting topic to share, let one of know and we will do our best to fit you in at one of our events. We especially welcome newcomers!


Notice! The order of the talks are not decided, so make sure you try and be there from the start!

See you there!

See Meetup, Meetup is our main event handler, and our preferred - if you have signed up there already you don't have to do it again here - we list on G+ just as a courtesy for our members, and to reach out even better.

https://www.meetup.com/Google-Developer-Group-Dusseldorf/events/237218861/

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#gdgCharity   #DevFest  

We promised you to donate the income of our DevFest to our charity projects. We are glad to announce you, that we forwarded 500 EUR to our supported projects "disaster aid HAITI" and "DKMS".

Katastrophenhilfe HAITI: Hurricane Matthew: 372.69 EUR

We are proud, that we could add the last donation for that project, which with that it reached its target of 9.600 EUR.

https://www.betterplace.org/en/projects/49055-katastrophenhilfe-haiti-hurricane-matthew

DKMS: 127.31 EUR

https://www.betterplace.org/en/projects/11135-mit-der-dkms-im-kampf-gegen-blutkrebs

First of all, a big and best thanks to all attendees. Without you, things like that wouldnt be possible.

Another big thanks goes to our sponsors #scaratec and  #sipgate .

Thank you very much,

your GDG Team.

https://www.betterplace.org/en/fundraising-events/22798-charity-google-developer-group-dusseldorf

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Remember remember... todays agenda in november...
#trivago  and #gdgDus  are rocking the evening with amazing talks.
It's time for the next meetup and again we have amazing talks. Be part of GDG Düsseldorf and attend our monthly events!

Our November event has no less than 4 talks - ThirtyInch MVP, Firebase, Android Databinding, World Knowledge Map

ATTENTION: We have a new host and sponsor for this month - Rheinfabrik. Please check the map for the location and feel free to contact us.

Feel free to sign up via Meetup - Meetup will be our preferred way to sign up in the future. As usual our monthly events are completely free (Devfest being an exception).
https://www.meetup.com/Google-Developer-Group-Dusseldorf/events/235377197/


The 4 talks:
- MVP android library ThirtyInch
- Firebase Database
- Advances Android Databinding
- World Knowledge Map

Pascal from Grandcentrix is talking about the new MVP library ThirtyInch. "I am passionate about Android. I'm focused on a clean tested architecture, beautiful material design and useful libraries with great APIs."

Frederik will hold a talk about Firebase Database and how to structure the data.

"I am a young full-time computer science student living in Germany who's chief interest is creating and inventing new stuff. I see myself as an enthusiastic developer and junior entrepreneur who likes to make the things we all like to dream about become reality. It is my dream to simplify life by making the most out of our immense technical progress and huge knowledge.
Besides from engineering I like to go skydiving, skiing, scuba diving and sometimes I just go out, enjoy the nature and make some photographs with my camera."

Andre is talking about Advanced Android Databinding.

"I am an enthusiastic Android hacker with now more than 7 years of professional experience in Android application development. As freelancer I worked for several companies and participated in international research projects. Today me and my team are engineering enterprise level mobile solutions for national and international companies.
I am strong in Software Craftsmanship and Clean Code advocate with passion for Open Source."

Alex´s talks is about World Knowledge Map.

"I started my career as a developer in 1982 when wrote a program for prime numbers on his commodore vc20. In the following 30 years of doing completely different things I had still been interested in computer development, observing things –and people- changing with computer progression and evolution. I popped up at the GDG Dusseldorf in August with a flash talk about a novel way to share knowledge."

We are looking forward seeing you all at our new location.

Best regards,

your GDG Düsseldorf team
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