As a special this month, Josh Gordon from the Google TensorFlow team will be hanging out after his talk to help with TensorFlow issues.
If you are just getting started developing for Android (or haven't done it in a while), please follow this link (https://developer.android.com/studio/index.html) to download the latest Android IDE (Android Studio).
How to enter the building on a Saturday: The main entrance door is facing N. Ashley St (see map below); however, if it is locked you'll need to go around the block (W Ann St), enter the parking lot behind our building, and look for the lower stairwell (East side) near the wooden tables.
The Mobile Code Lab is your opportunity to start, join, or share a project with your fellow mobile developers. No experience required.
We take over the Arbormoon Software offices for a few hours to talk about what’s new in mobile.
This is a BYOC event. Bring Your Own Computer.
This event will be co-located with the Ann Arbor CocoaHeads Mobile Code lab (https://www.meetup.com/A2-CocoaHeads/), and you are free to try different platforms or just stick with Android folks.