Four Day Android Development Workshop
Monday 16th April to Thrusday 19th April 2012
Registration at 10.00 on Monday 16th April 2012
First session starting at 10.30.
The workshop will finish at 16.30 on Thursday 19th April 2012
There will be opportunities for networking with both the presenters and the other participants during the course, including an evening curry event on Tuesday 17th at a restaurant in Aberystwyth.
The curry is free – but you’ll have to pay for your drinks!
Guest Speakers: Chris Loftus and Dr Andy Starr, Computer Science Department, Aberystwyth University
The objective is to provide attendees with practical experience in the design and development of applications for the rapidly emerging Android market. The presenters are professional software developers with a particular interest in Android and other mobile computing environments. The workshop series is designed to be complementary to the highly regarded iPhone based courses run previously by SAW Aberystwyth, and will lead you through typical Android hardware configurations, use of sensor input and the Android development environment before moving on to the hands-on development of sample applications.
Whether you are an existing software developer - or are new to this innovative field but have some programming experience and want to see what opportunities Android development could give your business you are welcome to join us at this event – which is free of charge to those living or working within the convergence area*. Note that any travel and accommodation costs must be borne by the participant. A wide range of hotel and other accommodation is available in Aberystwyth, and we can help suggest options if required.
To register your interest at this fully-subsidised workshop please click here
Alternatively you can email us firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop will be presented in English, however, should you wish to engage in the workshop through the medium of Welsh, please let us know up to 4 working days before the date of the event and we will endeavour to ensure all resources are available in Welsh as soon as possible.