Android has quickly become the OS/GUI of choice for highly interactive 32-bit embedded devices and part of the appeal is the relative ease of developing applications (apps) for the platform. Now you have a chance to hear about the art and science of developing Android apps from an apps-building expert—Marko Gargenta, a well-known Android expert and instructor. Gargenta has already trained more than 1000 Android apps developers and sales engineers at companies including Cisco, HTC, Intel, Motorola, Qualcomm, Sharp, and Sprint. Now you have a chance to hear him speak for FREE.
The event is the monthly evening meeting of the Silicon Valley IEEE Computer Society. The date is May 7. The price is free—zero, zip, nada. Unless you want pizza and a soda. Then it’s $2. Cheap date? Bring your main squeeze if he or she is interested in developing Android apps.
The event will take place on the Cadence Design Systems San Jose campus in building 10 (the tall one).
More info and registration, click here.
Register quickly. The room has a capacity limit of just under 200 people and you can expect every seat to this free event will fill quickly.