GatorJUG ::: Android Design Patterns with Kevin Neelands

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GatorJUG ::: Android Design Patterns with Kevin Neelands

Time: October 10, 2012 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Santa Fe College -- Building S-318
Street: 3000 NW 83rd Street
City/Town: Gainesville
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Phone: 321-252-WEB2 (9322)
Event Type: meeting
Organized By: Michael Levin
Latest Activity: Oct 10, 2012

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We have a great presentation you all will love coming up Wed, October 10. Join us for some camaraderie with new and old friends. We'll have tasty food and beverages.

Kevin Neelands has been programming since the Apple 2E was hot stuff and recently has done iPhone and Android programming.  Kevin will talk a bit about Android development with Java, some common problems and features and/or patterns that help solve them, and wrap up by showing how design patterns help Android development.  The lecture will be appropriate for the Java novice, but experienced programmers might learn a thing or two.

Please let your friends know about GatorJUG. We've been around for a long time. These presentations are too good to miss.

This meeting is sponsored by Cambridge Web Design ::: Working Software Developers.

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Comment by Dan Lackey on October 9, 2012 at 8:49pm

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