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January's presentation on Dependency Injection Using Dagger 2 is now available on YouTube. Enjoy!
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Don't let the cold weather keep you away from the +GDG Cincinnati Monthly meeting and presentation! This month +Patrick Hammond will be talking about how to use dependency injection in Android with Dagger. This is definitely not the presentation to miss!
An introduction to dependency injection, why it is important, and how to use Dagger2 (or Dagger) in your application architecture to help you build more maintainable Android apps. Patrick Hammond is a co-founder and Android developer at Atomic Robot, is the GDG Cincinnati organizer, and loves great application architectures and spicy food. Google Participant Survey: goo.gl/GjbSNb
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Are you interested in supporting +Hour of Code? +Shazafar Khaja needs to borrow one more +Google Cardboard for tomorrow to help introduce kids to VR. If you can help him out, please contact him directly. Thanks!
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+Anthony Kiniyalocts just pointed us to https://store.google.com/product/61378afccd1eb7d5 if you would like a free Google Cardboard.
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Android Studio 2.0 with Instant Run

One the most requested features we receive is to make app builds and deployment faster in Android Studio. Today at the Android Developer Summit, we’re announcing a preview of Android Studio 2.0 featuring Instant Run that will dramatically improve your development workflow.

Check out the Android Developer Summit Keynote, and watch the Android Studio sessions streamed live from the event for more details.

Android Studio 2.0 is available now in the canary release channel, so we can get your feedback — so let us know what you think!

http://goo.gl/zCpxFb
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Does building Android from scratch sound fun or scary? Join us this Wednesday to learn how you can get started!
Eric will offer an intro to downloading and compiling Android from source and then move into simple file structure and logistics. Eric is primarily a C, .Net, and Java developer and has been creating Android applications for 5 years. He graduated from UC's Computer Science program in 2011 and currently work for a local retailer. Participant Survey (takes 5 min.): http://goo.gl/GjbSNb Ask us why this is important for us and what you get out of it!
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If you are in Cincinnati and want to learn how to build Android apps our upcoming Study Jams have you covered!
We are excited to announce that GDG Cincinnati will be hosting Android Study Jam sessions this spring. This year's Study Jams will be oriented around Udacity's Android for Beginners course (https://www.udacity.com/course/android-development-for-beginners--ud837). This course is best suited for ...
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December's presentation on Android Permissions is now available on YouTube. Enjoy!
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If you are interested in teaching an Android course in Cincinnati, please contact +Brandan Jones.

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The partnership between the Android Developers Group and the University of Cincinnati is very strong, and very important.

Want to teach Android? UC needs you! I received this email from Dr. Hazem Said, the Department Head:

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Hello Brandan,
I am looking for someone who can teach the evening section of the basic android class. If you know someone, would you let me know:

IT 1046C 002 609675 BASIC ANDROID DEV 3 3 28 5 OK M 06:00pm 08:50pm WEST 60WCHARL 240

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I originally wrote this course, and I have taught it several times. I'll be happy to share my material with you, if you are interested in teaching it as well.

(Apologies if you've received this message twice... I've posted to Android and GDG Cincinnati, to reach a wide audience.)

Thanks,
Brandan
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This past week's Android Test Katas presentation is now available on YouTube.
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Only four more days until we kick off the inaugural #AndroidDevSummit.

The two day summit starts at 9AM PT on Monday with a keynote from Dave Burke, VP of Engineering for Android. Day 1 is all about Android framework, and Day 2 focuses on tooling and performance. g.co/AndroidDevSummit

If you weren’t able to nab a ticket, don’t worry! We’ll be livestreaming 16 hours of content for you to watch at the comfort of your own desk.

You can get updates on the livestream here, so you don’t miss a single thing: https://goo.gl/GXdEom
Join us for 2 days of deep technical sessions...
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Google Developer Group Cincinnati is dedicated to building a strong local developer base.  Interested in developing solutions that use Google's platforms and APIs?  Live in or around Cincinnati, Ohio, USA (even if 'around' is only Internet close)?  Join us!

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