Tuesday, June 26, 2012
So if you can't join us for the party at c-base you can follow our updates here.
Monday, June 11, 2012
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Don't be sad, it's gonna be even betterDidn't get a ticket for the I/O in San Francisco and are around the Berlin Area during that time?
Forget the $900 ticket fee, forget booking the flight to the States, forget the pain of the actual travel and just enjoy in the comfort of the c-base space station instead.
For the second time c-base is proud to be hosting the Google I/O Extended in Berlin and YOU are invited to join our Googly happening. GDG Android in Berlin and Berlin GTUG joined forces to make it a great experience for you!
ScheduleOn Wednesday and Thursday at noon the c-base will be hosting a freestyle Hackathon around all Google APIs. Get together with other enthusiasts, enhance your skills and make awesome stuff. Of course you can work on projects to be submitted to the all new Google Apps Developer Challenge with a first price of $20,000 per Team!.
At 18:00 we'll switch the Context and set focus over to San Francisco and will watch the live streams from the Google I/O event, starting with the much anticipated keynotes.
There will be 2 (maybe more) separate rooms showing the voted tracks. After you have registered for a day you can vote on the 2 Sessions you want to see.
Join us on board of the Mother of all Hackerspaces that crashed Berlin a long time ago and has been home to all sorts of creative minds.
You can work either on software or improve your skills with the hardware side of the ADK.
Test your Android application on devices that the c-base has to offer: from first generation mobile phone, two Google TV boxes and a variety of tablets.
TL;DR: Come or cry, it's going to be awesome!
Thursday, May 10, 2012
The two fold event on Thursday, 24th of May, will take place at co-working space AHOY!Berlin in Charlottenburg near Stuttgarter Platz.
The first part of the event offers some hands-on Dart experience (from setting up the SDK, IDE, to some “hello world!” accomplishment) and will take place from 4pm to 6pm. Please register at meetup for the first part of the event. All participants are expected and required to bring their own laptops and power cords. AHOY!Berlin will provide WiFi and 'some' power outlets.
The second part will be a presentation about Dart with Q&A (7pm to 9pm) followed by a get together in the Ahoy Lounge where we can continue with a laid-back general discussion about Dart. Please register at meetup for the second part of the event.
Google is sponsoring this event, including coffee during the hands-on session and cold drinks to chill out after the presentation.
If you want to prepare yourself for the event have a look at
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Berlin GTUG Meeting on 26th of March, 7pm.
Lets get together late March to celebrate the early spring arrival in Berlin and reconnect on Google technology.
Sorry for the late notice, but we decided it would be better to have a small event next week rather than wait for our late April meeting to see each other again. Therefore we are looking forward to welcoming you in the Less Rain basement, where Jerome will present How to super-charge your startup with Google App Engine, and our usual GTUG updates. Afterwards lets have a drink and chat.
The Meeting will take place on Monday, 26th of March, at 7pm. We'll meet at Less Rain, Linienstrasse 154a, 10115 Berlin.
Please register for the event at meetup.
About our main presentation: How to super-charge your startup with Google App Engine
Jerome, CTO at SnapEngage, will briefly present Google AppEngine, and will focus on why the PaaS from Google should be a hosting platform considered by any early stage Internet startup. The presentation will then focus on good practices to get started with Google AppEngine, and some ways to avoid common issues.
Sunday, January 22, 2012
After several great GTUG events last year, we want to start 2012 with another highly interesting meeting. Topics will be:
- The Berlin "Zukunftsinsitut" / "Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft" that was newly founded by Google. Ahmet Emre Açar from www.internetundgesellschaft.de will inform us about the institute and we will have a chance for disussion, too.
- IS24, KaufDa, Komoot (alphabetical order) all have a multi-platform mobile strategy and will give presentations on how they manage the cross-platform development process.
Please register for this event at meetup. Your registration helps organizing Berlin GTUG events better.
Doors open at 6:30pm, presentations start at 7pm.
Stay tuned for more detailed information on the talks.