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Alvin Phill

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Does anyone know if there Is a hosted event close by
Specifically in our Metro - DC/MD/VA Area?

Google I/O 2015 - Attend Offsite - Extended Event  
Registration is only 10 Days away - I am staying local.
I hope to at least virtually attend
Anyone? - https://events.google.com/io2015/offsite
Google I/O 2015 brings together developers for an immersive, two-day experience focused on exploring the next generation of technology, mobile and beyond. Join us online or in person May 28-29, 2015.
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We're hosting an #io15 extended event at  #GoogleDC .  To register visit: http://ioextendeddc.eventbrite.com
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Erik Isaksen

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For those in the DC/VA/MD area on Nov.21st...

+Danny Blue & I are running the #Polymer  code lab session for DevFestDC 2014 (www.devfestdc.org)  at +AOL headquarters in Dulles, VA. Sign up today!

The code lab walks through creating a single page application from a skeleton application using +Web Components  & +Polymer and is based on +Eric Bidelman 's SPA Tutorial.

#polymer    #webcomponents   #paperelements   #coreelements   #devfestdc   #gdg   #gdgcdc  
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Erik Isaksen

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Calling MD, DC, & VA ! Let's make November a hackademic revolution! +Chris Strom +Danny Blue
 
This fall we're working with Google Developer Groups from around the world to spread the word about Web Components and +Polymer .

Join us in November and learn Polymer at your local "Polytechnic".  #itshackademic !

https://blog.polymer-project.org/events/2014/10/09/polymer-polytechnics/
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Awesome! Great news +Tyson Kemp. Let me know if I can help.+Danny Blue & I can promote the event on +The Web Platform Podcast . +Rob Dodson is on our episode this week talking about +Polymer and Web Component interop. (Releasing by Friday) if you need speakers let me know as well.
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GDG Washington DC
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GDG DC has 40 invite codes to giveaway for Google Domains and we're giving the codes to our awesome GDG DC members. The codes will go to the first 40 members that help us brainstorm for the upcoming DevFest 2014.

To participate you just need to complete this form: http://bit.ly/gdgdc-googledomains

We will be accepting responses until tomorrow (Thursday) night or until we reach 40 responses, whatever comes first. At that point, those among the lucky winners will get the an email from us with the invite code.

May the fastest win!
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Phillip Dyson

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I haven't coded in almost a decade. Luckily it was Java. Any recommendations or tips in case I decide to try and stumble through some hacking.? #googleio2014 #io14extended #io14
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Antonio Zugaldia
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Our next event has just been announced! +Jenny Murphy, from the Glass Team, and +Allen Firstenberg, a Google Glass Developer Expert, will be in DC next week. We'll be having a design sprint, office hours, and quite some fun.
We will kick-off the evening with a Design Sprint, lead by Jenny Murphy, a member of the Glass Team. During this part we will talk through the Design Principles for Glass in a hands-on workshop to paper prototype Glassware. After that, Developer and Designers Office Hours will take place and will help you kickstart, unblock, or accelerate your Glass project. Together with Jenny Murphy, Allen Firstenberg, a Google Glass Developer Expert, will be o...
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Darn. Well, that sounds like a fun plan too +Andy Lawton. 
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Josh Wilson

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Explorers far and wide! Come one, come all, as we travel back in time to an age of castles, knights, chivalry and pretty cool sword fights. Back to a time where Google Glass does not exist and these "Witch Goggles" invoke curiosity and a possible burning at the stake. It promises to be an enjoyable evening for all with good food, good company, and a very entertaining performance.
 
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Explorers far and wide! Come one, come all, as we travel back in time to an age of castles, knights, chivalry and pretty cool sword fights. Back to a time where Google Glass does not exist and these "Witch Goggles" invoke curiosity and a possible burning at the stake. It promises to be an enjoyable evening for all with good food, good company, and a very entertaining performance.

For this Glass and Relax, we will be heading to Medieval Times near Baltimore, Maryland. Currently I have the date set for 3/1, but we can adjust that prior to purchasing the tickets if a better date suits the group. These events are predominantly for Glass Explorers, but significant others and others are welcome too. While you may demonstrate your Glass to people if you like, this isn't meant to be a "What is Google Glass" meet up. This is meant to be something we can all attend, have fun, and leave with some enjoyable memories with your fellow Explorers.

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I've been in talks with the sales rep and we can get the corporate discount rate if we can get a group of 10 or more people together to go. There are some add on a we can consider too, one that I would recommend is the Royalty Package, which is an extra $10 per person, bit includes guaranteed first or second row seating, some commemorative items (pennant, booklet) and one DVD for the group (would be given out at random, I'm not a contender as we already have one). There's also the appetizers for an additional $9.95 per person, where we would have pre-show appetizers separate from everyone else. The appetizer thing may be nice, but I still would recommend the Royalty package over it.

The base rate would be about $44 per person, or $54 per person with the Royalty Package. The only downside to doing the group thing is that the tickets must be purchased at least 2 weeks in advance, and they must be purchased by one person, meaning we would all need to pay the same person in advance, be that me or another of the group, in order to get the group rate. That is the portion that I do not like but I understand it. I would prefer not to have to pool the money before hand and have everyone purchase their own ticket, but we could get better rates grouping.

The other option is we all purchase our own tickets via whatever means we like (sometimes groupon has deals) and just meet at the mall prior to the show. If we arrive as a group, we'll be seated as a group. This option is potentially more expensive, but I'm sure many of you would be more comfortable with that. We would all still need to agree on Royalty package or not though in order to still be seated together.

Questions, comments, feedback, just let me know.
#GlassAndRelax Medieval Edition
Sat, March 1, 2014, 5:00 PM
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament

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Adam Simmons

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Posting this if any Glass Users or developers are interested in the NoVa, Washington DC Area.
 
Trying to get together Local Glass Explorers. All Google Glass Explorers of Northern Virginia and Washington DC area are Welcome. Let's get together at Bar Louis in One Loudoun and discuss Glass Ideas, Experiences, Best Practices and more. Make sure to share this with whoever else you know who has Google Glass in the area.
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Phillip Dyson

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Hey all,
I'm looking to find some structured online course material. The three main subjects I'm interested in are mobile app development, mobile web development and data analytics with Hadoop and/or MongoDB.  Preferably multimedia.  Instructor lead would be nice but I'm more than fine with self study.  Free of course is always nice but I'm wiling to explore tuition courses as well.

Thanks
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GDG Washington DC
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Welcome Google Developers!

This is the brand new Google+ community for GDG DC + VA + MD. We hope we can build on the strong Meetup Group and, at the same time, provide a better place for online discussions and exchange of technical information.

Please let us know how we're doing. Happy hacking.
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Google Developer Group Washington D.C. (GDG-DC) is a developer group that is passionate about discussing, discovering, and distributing Google technologies. GDG-DC welcomes it's members from Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, and Maryland. Started as National Capital Area Google Tech User Group in April 2010, we have grown up to 1000+ members on Meetup and have conducted 25+ events so far. Links: DevFest - GDG-DC Meetup - GDG-DC Twitter @gdevdc - GDG-DC developers.google.com - GDG-DC Disclaimer: GDG DC is an independent group; our activities and the opinions expressed on this +Page should in no way be linked to Google, the corporation.

Erik Isaksen

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+Danny Blue & I had our +itshackademic event on +Web Components & +Polymer yesterday at #DevFestDC. Thank you to +Jeffrey Posnick for guidance & Q&A, & +Rob Dodson for all your dedication & hard work on these events. Thanks to all the attendees and +GDG Washington DC for having us. It was awesome!
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Erik Isaksen

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Antonio Zugaldia
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Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts is inviting Glass Explorers to a performance of Carmen, July 25 at the Filene Center. Wolf Trap will provide each Explorer with a free pair of lawn tickets, in exchange for using Glass to test new technology that deliver captions and supertitles to mobile devices.
Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts is inviting Glass Explorers to a performance of Carmen, July 25 at the Filene Center. Wolf Trap will provide each Explorer with a free pair of lawn tickets, in exchange for using Glass to test new technology that deliver captions and supertitles to mobile devices. You can read more about the experiment here: http://nyti.ms/1kb4rzG. Tickets are free for those who RSVP to bring their Glass to the perform...
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Phillip Dyson

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Hey everyone!

Just want to let everyone know about the update for the GDG DC I/Ox 2014 Android Wear Hackathon/Design Sprint Pre-Event Instructions.

This should get everyone started with installing Android Studio, using the SDK, making sure the emulator is setup, and understanding what Android Wear is all about, so on event day you can get right into hacking!

Please review the design principles page as well as the DevBytes playlist for extra content.

I think we will see some awesome apps and designs out of this event and I really hope everyone has an awesome time! ... ohh and shhh but there is a super awesome prize for the winners!

Let us know if you have any questions getting started.

P.S. Thanks to our amazing sponsor TandemNSI and also to the Washington Post for running this hackathon/design sprint!
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Babs Lee

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Josh Wilson

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I have a couple invites left for Google Glass. I need to know by Sunday if you're interested. The usual $1500+tax, 18+ and US resident restrictions apply. Let me know asap.
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Babs Lee

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HELLO GDGDC!  We have 10 GLASS invites to give away!  Just fill out the form for a chance to win an invite. :) GOOD LUCK.
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Tell us what would you do with GLASS??Hello GDGDC! Let us know what you'd do with GLASS. The top 10 responses will win a coveted GLASS invite courtesy of GDG DC. If you win an invite, you will still have to pay for GLASS. The raffle is only for winning an GLASS invite. Responses must be received by 2pm DC time. Good luck!
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Need responses by 6pm 11/21 Thursday DC time.
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Viet Nguyen

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would anyone like to meetup about hackathons? I was unable to attend yesterday's hackathon and really would like to have access to the resources that they provided yesterday
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