For the folks at the homegrown Google Developer Group (GDG), there is nothing more exciting than developing software that will light up more than just a screen. The process of being “app-sessed” (obsessed with apps) can be easily related around society circles now, and it is only at its primary market stages. Echoing this mentality, the second meetup session will call for developers to explore the process of beginning an Android app, and at the same time, win attractive prizes.
Thim Chanrithy, the young talent involved with the Android development sector currently, will be piloting the session with the experience of his previous Linux venture, the Moon OS (based on Ubuntu). Participants are free to join the development process, but have to first ensure that they have their own eclipse and Android SDK installed on the respective desktops to stay on pace with the directions. You can find out more information on the installing process here. Prizes will also be involved during the session to brighten up the Saturday morning, so be sure to have a good breakfast ahead to stay in top shape.
The session will be hosted at the Development Innovations office from 9am to 12pm this Saturday, 14 June 2014, and interested participants can sign up through the official form here. For more information and/or latest updates, you can check out the GDG Phnom Penh’s official Facebook page here too.
Development Innovations is located on #296, St. 271, Sangkat Toul Tompong 2, Khan Chamkarmon. Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Click here to see a map.