Meetup

October Meetup

2017-10-03 |by Laurence de Villers | 0 Comments | Meetup

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

The meetup will be held at Shopify!

490 Rue de la Gauchetière O, Montréal, QC H2Z 0B2

Schedule:

  • 18:00 Socializing!
  • 18:30 2 Way Data Binding: It works! A real case by Michel Marin, PMP
  • 19:15 Break
  • 19:30 Simple disk storage with Objectbox by Vincent Carrier

Sponsors

Shopify is the leading cloud-based, multi-channel commerce platform designed for small and medium-sized businesses. Merchants can use the software to design, set up, and manage their stores across multiple sales channels, including web, mobile, social media, marketplaces, brick-and-mortar locations, and pop-up shops.

 

2 Way Data Binding: It works! A real case

by Michel Marin, PMP

Sharing the tricks, problems and solutions I have learned about building a real app with 2 way Data Binding.

Bio

Project Manager Professional
IMS Manager for Bureau du développement et des relations avec les diplômés
Université de Montréal
eCaptain for the Advance Tech Suite Community
PADI Master Scuba Diver

 

Simple disk storage with Objectbox

by Vincent Carrier

Writing SQL is a hassle. DAO libraries like Room have not changed that. Objectbox is a lightweight solution to achieve the same goal, but offers a much simpler and faster API.

Bio

Android Developer for Omnigate Systems. Secretly Batman.

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September Meetup

2017-09-24 |by Laurence de Villers | 0 Comments | Events, Meetup, Uncategorized

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017

The meetup will be held at Shopify!

490 Rue de la Gauchetière O, Montréal, QC H2Z 0B2

Schedule:

  • 18:00 Socializing!
  • 18:30 Build complex & re-usable UIs with Epoxy by Simon GUEROUT 
  • 19:15 Break
  • 19:30 Session of QA about Android

Sponsors

Shopify is the leading cloud-based, multi-channel commerce platform designed for small and medium-sized businesses. Merchants can use the software to design, set up, and manage their stores across multiple sales channels, including web, mobile, social media, marketplaces, brick-and-mortar locations, and pop-up shops.

 

Build complex & re-usable UIs with Epoxy

by Simon GUEROUT

You have been using clean architecture/MVVM/… but you still have huge fragments because of a complex logic ?

Airbnb delivered Epoxy – a lib that helps you creating complex & reusable UI inside recycler views, without the boiler plate.

This talk will present the basics of using Epoxy and explain a few different ways to create complex interactions without having a thousand code lines.

Bio

Full stack mobile developer, with a string devops background, leading the mobile team @ CleverToday.
Scrum Master & Kanban professional user.
Android apps & system developer since 2008.

When I’m not making apps, I am working on Barracks, the IoT platform connecting things, users and apps securely, without technical or business constraints.

Model-View-Intent Architecture pattern

by Étienne CARON

A quick overview of the Model-View-Intent Architecture pattern, and some of its core principles. We’ll touch on Reactive and Functional programming. We’ll learn how to take View Events, transform them into Intents, and apply Intents to a Model via Reducers. We’ll also see how to subscribe Views to Model change events. This presentation makes extensive use of Kotlin and RxJava 2.

Bio

Etienne is a software developer who’s worked on all tiers (server, web, mobile and embedded) of large scale software platforms. He is now a Mobile Dev Lead for Shopify.

QA Android

If you any question about Android, framework and CodeLab, we will be there to answers it.

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July Meet Up

2017-07-17 |by Marcos Damasceno | 0 Comments | Events, Meetup

Wednesday, July 26th 2017

The meetup will be held at Shopify!

490 Rue de la Gauchetière O, Montréal, QC H2Z 0B2

Schedule:

  • 18:00 Socializing!
  • 18:30  Putting Rest to rest by Marcos Damasceno
  • 19:15 Break
  • 19:30  Mixed Reality for Social Good by Etienne Caron

Sponsors

Shopify is the leading cloud-based, multi-channel commerce platform designed for small and medium-sized businesses. Merchants can use the software to design, set up, and manage their stores across multiple sales channels, including web, mobile, social media, marketplaces, brick-and-mortar locations, and pop-up shops.

 

Putting Rest to rest: Let’s chat about GraphQL

by Marcos Damasceno

Shopify has adopted GraphQL for almost all services in the company. With GraphQL, clients craft queries and get back only what they requested, everything is typed and everything you want to expose is part of a schema. The days of not knowing what fields are accepted by what endpoint are over. In this talk, we will go through the basics of GraphQL and we will also take a look at Apollo for Android.

Bio

Marcos is a passionate developer who has been working with Android since 2010. He is a Google Expert in Android and is actively involved in the community, helping organize the GDG in Montreal and speaking at many conferences around the world. Since moving to Montreal in 2013, Marcos has developed great apps for large companies and startups in Canada and now is a Senior Android Developer at Shopify!

 

Mixed Reality for Social Good

by Etienne Caron

Exciting times for mixed reality enthusiasts. With many AR and VR platforms now available, we’re witnessing the birth of a new medium. In many ways, this boom is similar to the personal computer revolution of the 70s and 80s. People are wondering: “Besides games, what are these gadgets good for, anyway?” In this session, we’ll see how people are using mixed reality for social good. Then, we’ll learn about the Android Thing, Ar.js and the Daydream VR platform. We’ll see how you can use these and other platforms to build your own community projects.

Bio

Etienne is a software developer who’s worked on all tiers (server, web, mobile and embedded) of large scale software platforms. He is now a Mobile Dev Lead for Shopify.

 
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June Meetup

2017-06-19 |by Laurence de Villers | 0 Comments | Events, Meetup, Uncategorized

Wednesday, July 26 th 2017

The meetup will be held at Shopify who’s also Sponsoring the event!!

La GARE, 5333 Casgrain avenue in Mile End, (QC)

Schedule:

  • 18:00 Socializing!
  • 18:15  buddyBuild by Romain Pouclet
  • 19:00 Break
  • 19:15  Instant App by Philippe David
  • 20:00 Break
  • 20:15  Physics Animations by Boris Dubois

Sponsors

La Gare is a collaborative space in the heart of the Mile End. Subscribe to their newsletter here

Using Buddybuild for Android Apps

by Romain Pouclet

Buddybuild is a Continuous Integration, Deployment and user feedback solution for your mobile projects. This talk will show you how to use it with Android projects.

Bio

Developer Relations Engineer at buddybuild.

Instant App

by Philippe David

Instant App is available for ALL DEVELOPER. Come and learn the basic of Instant App.

Bio

Philippe is a software engineering graduate from École de Technologie Supérieure. Currently working at Bus.com as a full time Android developer.

Physics Animations

by Boris Dubois

Learn how to create richer, more dynamic animations for your applications with the new library for physic animation.

Bio

Boris is an Android Dev at LaPresse+

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April Meetup

2017-04-15 |by Laurence de Villers | 0 Comments | Events, Meetup, Uncategorized

Tuesday, April 25 th 2017

The meetup will be held at our usual place with our amazing partners at La Gare!

 La GARE, 5333 Casgrain avenue in Mile End, (QC)

Schedule:

  • 18:00 Socializing!
  • 18:30 Android Things 101 by Philippe David
  • 19:15 Break
  • 19:45 AutoValue, What you should know. by Vincent Dubedout

Sponsors

La Gare is a collaborative space in the heart of the Mile End. Subscribe to their newsletter here

Android Things 101

by Philippe David

A brief introduction into the world of IoT with Google’s Android Things

Bio

Philippe is a software engineering graduate from École de Technologie Supérieure. Currently working at Yellow Pages Group since 2015 as a full time Android developer.

AutoValue, What you should know.

by Vincent Dubedout

AutoValue is a Java library created by Google and released as version 1.0 in January 2015. His goal is to generate immutable value classes, backward compatible with Java 1.6, and avoid to write all the boiler plate code. We will go throught Immutability, Value Objects, AutoValue and awesome linked libraries to clean your code, speed up deserialization and development process.

Bio

Vincent Dubedout is passionate about Technology, Code, Architecture, Mobile Platforms. Avid cyclist, polo player, enjoying the outdoors.

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