Join us for dinner where we'll celebrate the end of 2017 and welcome 2018!

GDG Bronx
Thu, Dec 21, 2017, 7:00 PM (EST)

About this event

Let's get together one last time to end 2017 with a '!'

We'll meet for dinner, have some laughs, catch up, celebrate a successful year and get ready for all that 2018 has to offer.

Dinner will be hosted at

Reservations are for 7pm Thursday December 21st


The price to attend is $10 per person if RSVP and payment are received before December 15th.


The price to attend is $25 per person if RSVPing between December 15th and 17th.


The price to attend is $35 per person if RSVPing after December 17th.

Note: There is a small Transaction Fee ( ) when paying via meetup. If you want to save the $1-2 dollar fee you can come find me in person before the 15th to RSVP, or send payment via paypal / google wallet.
Send a message to Eva Sofianos if additional details are needed on where to send payment.

Dinner includes the following:
Choice of Entree (Chicken/Steak/Pork), salad, rice&beans, sweet & green plantains, plus beverage (Soda/Coffee)

Please bring ID if you plan to purchase an alcoholic beverage from the bar.

RSVP of YES doesn't guarantee a seat if payment is not sent prior to the event.

2017 - Year in Review:

It was a full year of learning, exploring and implementing new technologies.

We started the year with Tensorflow followed CloudNext.

Then we spent a night exploring Firebase and Google Maps.

In June, we had a great time with Google I/O Extended where we shared knowledge and explored new technologies.

We tried out developing for the Google Assistant, using Actions on Google, (now renamed to Dialogflow), and Machine Learning with TensorFlow.

We learned a little about using Kotlin for Android development.

We had fun with the Raspberry Pis and Android Things codelabs.

By September we even gave Swift a whirl to explore iOS native app development.

In October we got together for the DevFest and learned a lot about the Google Assistant, Voice User Interface (VUI), Android Things and Security Robots, Geohashing, Firebase, and Design techniques.

In November we had a very productive Mobile Web Certification Study Jam.

Half of the participants have already taken the exam and gotten certified! WOOHOO!

In December we had a meetup covering native Android app development using Kotlin, as well as mobile web app development.

We look forward to another great year with everyone in 2018!