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This year's I/O Extended is held at Finn.no in the center of Oslo. RSVP at our meetup.com site: http://www.meetup.com/GDGOslo/events/221079087/
I/O Extended 2015
Thu, May 28, 4:00 PM GMT+2
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The presentations from yesterday's talks on Go are available online.

Thomas' presentation slides are here: http://kjeldahlnilsson.net/shared/go-for-web-stuff/index.html and the sample code from his presentation is here: https://github.com/thomanil/habitboss_backend_std
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Due to popular demand we have moved the I/O Extended meetup to StartupLab at Forskningsparken. Forskningsparken is easily reachable by tram or subway, just five minutes from the city centre. See the meetup.com event to RSVP and for detailed instructions on how to get to Forskningsparken: http://www.meetup.com/GDGOslo/events/182502362/

Looking forward to seeing you all there!
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What are we planning for #2014?
Like last year, we will try to balance the community-driven focused events, with broader topics with well-known presenters from abroad.

We expect Google I/O in June to be one of the major events this year, and have planned a variety of topics for 2014:
* Google Chromecast
* A DevArt hackathon
* An event for women - maybe the Girl Geek Dinners Oslo meetup group? (http://girlgeekdinners.origo.no/?ref=checkpoint)
* A DevFest towards the end of the year 
* Google Glass is expected to launch 2014 - a meetup centered around where Glass & Google/Android wearables stand?
* Google I/O Extended in the end of June
* Android lightning talk session: invite our community members to a low-key evening of short productivity tips / framework recommendations / techniques: anything that anyone wants to contribute
* Android hackathon/code retreat?
* Android testing tactics: a rundown of all the major different frameworks/tools from unit testing up to cloud-based device testing
* An event with the intention of helping to learn kids about technology - maybe in cooperation with the “Lær Kidsa Koding” (“Learn The Kids Coding”) initiative here in Oslo? 

It should also be mentioned that we held a very successful Dart Flight School event in February, where Slava and Florian from the Dart team at Google joined us. Recordings of the event can be seen on our YouTube page:
Dart Flight School 2014: Florian Loitsch - Introduction to Dart
Dart Flight School 2014: Vyacheslav Egorov - Angular.Dart + Polymer.Dart
Dart Flight School 2014: Vyacheslav Egorov - Dart VM by a Compiler Engineer

What would you like to see from #GDG Oslo in #2014 ?
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A little recap and some notes on the Dart Flight School (http://www.meetup.com/GDGOslo/events/160760232/) on February 5th:

* The event covered Dart + Angular.Dart and Polymer.Dart
* 109 persons attended
* ...4.58% in which were women
* Memorable quote: "Very interesting information about Dart. I am definitely going to check this out for possible use in production."
* See our Community page for photos from the meetup: https://plus.google.com/113962199449694311661/posts/QUDtGqR5bEd

Recordings of the talks:
* Dart Flight School 2014: Florian Loitsch - Introduction to Dart
* Dart Flight School 2014: Vyacheslav Egorov - Angular.Dart + Polymer.Dart
* Dart Flight School 2014: Vyacheslav Egorov - Dart VM by a Compiler Engineer

Thanks again for a great evening.


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Recordings of the talks from the Dart Flight School are now available:

Florian Loitsch - Introduction to Dart: 
Dart Flight School 2014: Florian Loitsch - Introduction to Dart

Vyacheslav Egorov - Angular.Dart + Polymer.Dart: Dart Flight School 2014: 
Dart Flight School 2014: Vyacheslav Egorov - Angular.Dart + Polymer.Dart

Vyacheslav Egorov - Dart VM by a Compiler Engineer: 
Dart Flight School 2014: Vyacheslav Egorov - Dart VM by a Compiler Engineer
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On January 14th there will be a free mobile app contest arranged by AppCircus in Oslo. 

Here's your chance to present your app to a jury of top experts; and the winner will receive a nomination for the Mobile Premier Awards, a point of reference for apps and startups during the Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona.
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The October GDG meetup will feature an introduction to Go programming.
 
Session 1: +Marius Mårnes Mathiesen will present a brief introduction to the language's core features and strengths.
 
Session 2: Thomas Kjeldahl Nilsson will walk us through a real-world example of developing a simple REST backend via Go.
 
Session 3,4.. : TBD. Maybe you? Please let us know, below, if you are a Go developer with an idea for a lightning talk or longer session you'd like to present!

Please visit the Meetup page at *http://www.meetup.com/GDGOslo/events/206577722/** to sign up.*
An introduction to Go programming
Tue, October 28, 2014, 5:00 PM GMT+1
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2013 was a big year for GDG Oslo. We are now have more than 630 members, and are among the biggest meetup groups in Oslo. Here's a quick summary of our  #gdg  #2013 activities:

January meetup:
For the first meetup in 2013 we had two presentations.

We started with a presentation from Uwe Kubosch, where he presented the Ruboto project. Ruboto is “Ruby on Java on Android”, and lets developers write JRuby code and compile it to run on the DalvikVM. 

Gaël Pouzerate is the maker of the hugely popular GreenPower battery saver app for Android. He presented his experiences, and his recommendations on how to reach millions of downloads in the Play Store, and make a living out of developing apps.

Links:
http://www.meetup.com/GDGOslo/events/95051442/
http://ruboto.org/
http://binary-mango.com/greenpower/

February meetup:
The February meetup was JavaScript focused. Tine Kleivane gave an introduction to the JavaScript, followed by August Lilleaas who gave an introduction to AngularJS.

Links:
http://www.meetup.com/GDGOslo/events/103477952/

March meetup:
The March meetup was a collaboration with another meetup group here in Oslo, named Mobile Meetup. Marie Schweiz came all the way from Germany to talk Android design 

April meetup:
For the April meetup, game development was in focus. Jerome Lacoste, developer of the algebra game DragonBox talked about his experiences doing cross-platform game development, Unity and what it is like to work for a startup. In addition, Ole Andreas Jordet from Krillbite joined us to talk about how they got 250,000$ funding through Kickstarter for their game “Among The Sleep”.

Links:
http://www.dragonboxapp.com/
http://www.krillbite.com/ats/

May meetup:
The May meetup was all about Google I/O. In FINN’s offices we hosted a Google I/O Extended party, with 117 attendees.

Links:
http://www.meetup.com/GDGOslo/events/114595712/

June meetup:
In June we were asked by the Google DevRels team if we wanted to participate in an Android App Clinic, to which we of course answered yes. The apps presented ranged from Poker playing apps to an app from the Norwegian Railways NSB, who all got thoroughly reviewed by Googlers Reto Meier, Ian Ni-Lewis and Roman Nurik.

Links:
GDG App Clinic - Oslo


July and August:
Everybody needs vacation to charge their batteries. In July and August we charged our batteries :)

September meetup:
In the September meetup, FINN.no, Norway’s leading classifieds market, presented their new app and talked about the development process, challenges and experiences. Also, Kim Joar Bekkelund joined us to talk about large-scale JavaScript apps.

Links:
http://www.meetup.com/GDGOslo/events/135523352/

October meetup:
In October we were joined by Claus Sørensen and zoogler Geir Engdahl. Claus gave an introduction to Node.JS, while Geir talked about how he has built his startup SkyLib using Google technologies.

Links:
http://www.skylib.com/
http://www.meetup.com/GDGOslo/events/143389332/

November/December meetup:
For the last meetup of the year the startup Appear.in presented their video conversation service, and how they built it using WebRTC. 

Links:
http://www.appear.in
http://www.meetup.com/GDGOslo/events/152948632/
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A little recap and some notes on the Dart Flight School (http://www.meetup.com/GDGOslo/events/160760232/) on February 5th:

* The event covered Dart + Angular.Dart and Polymer.Dart
* 109 persons attended
* ...4.58% in which were women
* Memorable quote: "Very interesting information about Dart. I am definitely going to check this out for possible use in production."

Recordings of the talks:
* Dart Flight School 2014: Florian Loitsch - Introduction to Dart
* Dart Flight School 2014: Vyacheslav Egorov - Angular.Dart + Polymer.Dart
* Dart Flight School 2014: Vyacheslav Egorov - Dart VM by a Compiler Engineer

Thanks again for a great evening.


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Google Developer Group (GDG) Oslo is a non-profit developers group to learn, share and know more about Google technologies.


Our events are open to newbies, designers, developers, managers and organizations who are interested in Google's technologies or use them as part of their projects.


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: GDG Oslo is an independent group; our activities and the opinions expressed on this +Page should in no way be linked to Google, the corporation.