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Need your Android app to respond to someone's location? Learn about geofences at the next Cincinnati Android Meetup!

http://www.meetup.com/cincy-android/events/221650848/
One of the coolest (and possibly creepiest) things about our phone is that it usually knows where we are in the world based on our coordinates in the GPS (Global Positioning System).  With that data we can make our apps do some pretty cool things!  Geofences define a GPS point and a radius in meters to create "triggers" for action.  I will show you how to setup the Google Maps API and add geofences to any application. About Bill Mote: Bill was a ...
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What's going on this week and what's coming up in the next few months?  Check it out here:
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A lightweight wrapper around SQLiteOpenHelper which introduces reactive stream semantics to SQL operations.
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Want to learn more about how you can use some of the recent AppCompat updates in your Android apps?  Join us this Wednesday evening!
Demo app for the new appcompat-v7:21.+ library, how to leverage some advantages of the new Material Theme, speaking about experience back-porting Material Design concepts for use in a large app. Michael Clark Jr. is an Android Developer for a locally-based National Grocery chain. He has a background in Java and .NET, and is currently a student at NKU seeking a Master's in Computer Science with a focus on Secure Software Engineering and Mobile Sec...
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The documentation team here at Google has just released an update today which has a lot more detailed information and lessons about creating custom user interfaces for Android Wear. Go and check it out at http://developer.android.com/training/wearables/ui/index.html
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Android Wear Basic Notification Cheat Sheet 0.1

I was spending a few hours to understand how Android Wear Notifications work, what elements they consist of, and how they relate to normal Android Notifications. This is something that should be fairly straight forward, but it was a bit tricky finding the information. So, I decided I'd share my findings with you. Behold, the Android Wear Basic Notification Cheat Sheet 0.1. It is very basic, but having something like this would have helped me, and I am hoping it will help you too!
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"Walk right in, sit right down, geofence, you've been crossed."

Learn how to add geofences to your Android apps in Cincinnati on April 15th!
One of the coolest (and possibly creepiest) things about our phone is that it usually knows where we are in the world based on our coordinates in the GPS (Global Positioning System).  With that data we can make our apps do some pretty cool things!  Geofences define a GPS point and a radius in meters to create "triggers" for action.  I will show you how to setup the Google Maps API and add geofences to any application. About Bill Mote: Bill was a ...
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CODE + BEER @ BW3 on Wednesday night: http://www.meetup.com/cincy-android/events/221010328/
A completely informal Android focused event.  Whether you want to come write code, get or offer coding assistance, talk Android and/or Life philosophy, hate on all things Apple (kidding), gain access to free testers ;) or just chit-chat with like-minded people this is the meeting for you!
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In other news, we have yet another online tool for #AndroidDev - APK method count in browser: http://inloop.github.io/apk-method-count/
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Join us in the latest in the Cincinnati Android Developers Group coding challenge series!
Android Fu, LLC brings you the latest installment in the Cincinnati Android Developers Group coding challenge series. Join us for a night of food, drink & a surprise set of requirements to code to! This challenge has been targeted at a common problem and should leave you with an application you can make use of going forward! Coding Challenges have been designed to ensure success at any skill level and on any platform!  Just starting?  We've got y...
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In Cincinnati and want to learn how to start developing for Android Wear before Google I/O?  Come out this Wednesday! http://www.meetup.com/cincy-android/events/188237842/
Android Wear extends the Android platform to a new generation of wearable devices.  Learn how to get started with Wear and see how your existing applications will behave on Wear devices. Patrick Hammond is a partner and Android lead at Atomic Robot and has more devices than most people would consider normal.
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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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