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Android Wear Event
Sun, October 19, 2014, 5:00 AM
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We had around 250 people attending the talk yesterday on GSOC. Thank you all for attending the talk. Hope it helped in introducing GSOC and inspired you to try for it this summer. The whole presentation for those who missed it and want to know what happened will be uploaded shortly. We also have a few pics of ours here! Last but not the least We would like to thank Kartik, Akshay and rajat for accepting our invitation.   #gdgindia   #gsoc2014   #googledevelopers  
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The Google Developers Group BITS Pilani in coordination with Computer Science Association will be organizing a hands-on-session on “Android” on  14th March Thursday in LTC 5102 from 4:00 p.m.

Speakers for the talk : KAMESHWAR G. (M.E. BITS Pilani) 


Things to be covered in the session

The session will be covering all the basics of building a complete android app and design principles of building an app. The workshop will also cover a brief introduction to the event
Google Social Hackathon – a kernel event of APOGEE 2013.
 
P.S.:- Please bring your laptops and if possible spike boards along.
 
The details for the talk are as follows:

Date:-  14th March, 2013
Venue:- LTC 5102
Time:- 4:00 pm
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The links from today's session on Google Summer of Code are as follows:

Bhargav G. presentation here.

G. Karthik presentations http://gkarthik.net/gsoctalk/.
Link to the Karthik's Blog post http://gkarthik.net/tips-for-google-summer-of-code/.
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An idea can change your life but an idea materialized into an app can change millions of lives. So pack up all all your ideas and get ready to participate 12 hour long marathon coding event 'Hackathon'. The problem statement is open!
Hackathon
Fri, March 28, 2014, 10:00 PM GMT+5:30
Birla Institute of Technology and Science

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Google Social Hackathon, a kernel event of Apogee 2013, BITS Pilani, was organized on 16th March, 2013, with the joint effort by other associations, namely, Computer Science Association, Information System Association. This 12-hour overnight marathon event saw the participation of over 108 coding enthusiasts from different colleges. 

It was an open problem statement event where participants were required to develop an innovative app using any combination of available Google Technologies. In addition to this, there were some social problems also, with some technical implementation, provided by NGOs. 

To encourage amateurs and to ensure multi-disciplinary participation, a hands-on-session on Google APIs and Android was conducted on 14th March, 2013. Speaker for the talk was KAMESHWAR G. (M.E. BITS Pilani). The session covered all the basics of building a complete android app and design principles of building an app, along with a brief introduction to the event. The talk helped participants gear up and set the mood of the Hackathon. 

With 27 teams participating for this event with 4 members in each, the event received a hearty response from the outstation as well as the BITSian students. Dominoes Pizzas and Nescafe snacks were provided over the course of the night to revive the brainstorming coders. 

Google goodies were given to all the participants of the event. There were few glitches related to power and internet issues but were resolved soon. Overall, the event was a huge success. 

The event was sponsored by Google.
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A talk on Google Summer of Code will be held on the 13th of February 2013.

Speakers for the talk
Bhargav G. - project named "Photo galleria: A hybrid mobile app developed using Phonegap" in Apache Software Foundation,
G. Karthik - project named "Data Visualization of Gene-Disease Links Using Graphical Networks" in Crowdsourcing Biology

Things to be covered in the session
Everything from motivation, incentives, how to apply and prepare for GSoC to completion of the project. Projects completed by the speakers and their overall experience.


About Google Summer of Code
                         Google Summer of Code is a global program organized by Google every year that offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source software projects. They have worked with several open source, free software, and technology-related groups to identify and fund several projects over a three month period. Through Google Summer of Code, accepted student applicants are paired with a mentor or mentors from the participating projects, thus gaining exposure to real-world software development scenarios and the opportunity for employment in areas related to their academic pursuits. Historically, the program has brought together nearly 5,500 successful student participants and over 3000 mentors from over 100 countries worldwide, all for the love of code. 


 The details for the talk are as follows:

Date:- 13th February, 2012
Venue:- LTC 5102
Time:- 5:30 pm
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Google Developers Group BITS-Pilani chapter is a group for the students of Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences, Pilani to use, learn, share and contribute to Google Technologies and in general to the world of Open Source.
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