Join GDG Atlanta for our monthly meeting, hosted at TechSquare Labs every 3rd Tuesday evening of the month.
Our monthly meetups are FREE and open to the public. We feature talks, workshops, open discussions, and more that focus on development strategies relating to Google developer products. We welcome developers from the community to host talks or workshops with our group. If you're interested in co-hosting programming related to Google product development, contact us at [masked]
Typical meetup format :
6:30 - Networking
7:00 - Main talk
8:00 - Open discussion
8:45 - Wrap up
This month we have two presentations.
One on Angular.js and one on Room with Android
First Adam Morgan
In his talk, Adam will introduce automated testing within the context of Angular applications using Karma, Jasmine, and Cypress.io. You will learn the benefits of automated unit testing and the tools that are needed as he walks through sample code and their associated tests. You’ll walk away with what you need to know to setup a test suite for your own Angular applications. This talk will cover a series on automated testing he has written for Scotch.io with updates for Angular.
Second Brian Gardner
Dealing with databases on Android can be painful at times. Using the built inSqliteDatabase and SqliteOpenHelper objects are often tedious and hard tounderstand. To help developers implement database persistance more easily,Google has released a new library called Room.
It promises to simplify database implementations by providing an abstractionlayer over SQLite. In this talk we'll take a look at how to add the androidcomponents to your application, how to setup your models to get stored, how toaccess your data, and how you can test your database.
Brian Gardner is an Android developer and instructor at Big Nerd Ranch. He movedto Atlanta to attend Georgia Tech for Aerospace Engineering but the Matlab classsparked an interest in programming. From there he changed to Computer Scienceand learned Ruby and Rails on the side. Shortly after graduating he discoveredAndroid development and hasn't looked back since. He's a big believer in testingand how different architecture patterns can help improve testability. When he'snot programming he can be found catching up on his reading backlog, playing pcgames, cooking, making cocktails, and finding new things to learn.
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