I don't know about anyone else, but I'm tired of being a working weekend warrior. Thursday is my most important day to get to work because I have a goal to salvage my weekend working from home. I also deeply miss and value my Northern Colorado GDG community, and beyond. I have many Android and Google Actions projects that I would like to move forward on.
I will be hosting an hour-long meetup on Thursdays. For the first 10 minutes, we can have a meet and greet, and we can all name the project we will be working on. Followed by a focused 40 min session. Then for the last 10 min., we can discuss what we accomplished, and our next goal.
Please help to motivate me, folks. I'm so tired of working alone!
I'd also love to hear about what you, as community members, are up to and interested in, so I can host meetups with relevant content just for you. You are freely invited to just stop by and say hello during the beginning and end of the session.
You may wear your favorite Snapcamera filter or bring a funny joke or pun. I'll kick it off with a pun just for Thursday:
If you think Thursdays are depressing, wait two days.
It will be a sadder day.
Not anymore! Because I'm going to utilize my work week wisely! And so can you!
Aims Community College/raywenderlich.com
I have been a hobbyist developer in Android and iOS for the past 9 years as well as a full-time computer science professor for Aims Community College in Colorado where I teach a certificate in mobile app development including Android and iOS platforms. I also teach courses in Python, Java, C++ and a certificate for development in the .NET platform utilizing C#. Prior to teaching, I was a full-time software engineer creating .NET applications in C# for a financial industry. I am also a writer and an organizer for the Google Developer Group of Northern Colorado. I enjoy attending the Google I/O conference as well as various Android meetups and conferences around the United States. In my spare time, I enjoy rollerblading, horseback riding and spending time with my teenage daughter and two dogs.
Aims Community College