Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Android Developer Challenge (JUG-AFRICA)


There are the Android events I managed for the JUG-AFRICA. The events was supported by Google under the Android Developer Challenge — Sub-Saharan Africa

Other event will be published here.
À suivre....Stay tuned !

Thanks to all JUG-AFRICA Leaders..

3 comments:

Android app developers said...

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bonbhel said...

Hi Android app developers !
Thanks for your support. There is Africa Android Challenge I launched few weeks ago in collaboration with Google. Take a look : http://androidchallenge.org

In addition. I started live free Webinar for Android Programing later last year under my new program called Africa Android Training.
The next Webinar (sessions 3 and 4 of 10) will take place this Saturday and Sunday via Webex or GoToTraining Tool.
About, 230 GTUGs (Google Tech User Groups) and JUGs (Java User Groups) members already registered from 15 Countries across the world.

All sessions are fully recorded and the videos will be published later.

How it works:
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1. Sign up here: http://androidchallenge.org/index.php?option=com_forme&fid=4 (if not already)
2. Join the Africa Android Training group : http://groups.google.com/group/africa-android-training
3. An hour before training, click to this link and follow the instructions to reserve your place: https://student.gototraining.com/rt/530814866642544128 (if this link does not work, send us a message Skype: bonbhel)
4. Make sure your microphone, your Internet connection and your projector (if you are in a group) work well.

Next sessions (5 and 6) :
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Session 1: Overview of the features offered by the Android API
Session 2: Installing and setting (Step by step) Create and run an Android application, the Concept Layout

Session 3: Menu, Dialog, Notifications
Session 4: Activity, Resources and Assets.

Session 5: Data Storage, Content Providers : Saturday - at 10:00 AM GMT (12:00 in Cairo, in Algiers 11:00, 10: 00 in Lome, 11: 00 in Kinshasa and Brazzaville ....).
Session 6: Multimedia (Audio and Video), Animation : Sunday - at 10:00 AM GMT (12:00 in Cairo, in Algiers 11:00, 10: 00 in Lome, 11: 00 in Kinshasa and Brazzaville ....).
Session 7: Services, Location and Maps
Session 8: Web services, XML, Cloud-computing
Session 9: Security and Permissions
Session 10: Testing, Publishing, Licensing

Thanks,
Max
Thanks,

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