Per Nymann Jørgensen
Biography: Per Nymann Jørgensen
I remember when I bought my first computer, it was back in the early 80, but from that point on, my passion for computers and making them 'do things' was awaken. Today many year later :-), now 37 years old, having two kids, and living in a small town 40 km outside of Copenhagen my passion has been my profession. I have been working with Java for the last 10 years, and have an education as Cand.scient.dat from University of Copenhagen, the last year and half, I have been working for Trifork. As a person, constant learning is important, I love reading and not only about computers science, but also the 'big' picture is a passion. In my spare time i'm playing soccer and running.
Training: Android Training Tweet
Track: Training: Front-end Development / Time: Sunday 09:00 - 16:00 / Location: 1.1, University of Aarhus, Building 1421
This tutorial is an introduction to the Android software stack, including operating system, middleware and application framework. We will explain the fundamentals of a typical Android application and over how to build the GUI, create a SQLite database, interfacing with other Android applications and to all the nice hardware that is typically available on an Android device. We will use the tools provided by the Android SDK to develop, install and debug the application.
If you participate in this training session, please bring your own computer with the following software installed:
- Java 1.6
- Eclipse 3.5
- Android SDK r07
- ADT Plugin for Eclipse v 0.9.8
Keywords: Android, mobile, Java, GPS, Hands-on
Target audience: If you have no or little experience with Android, this tutorial is for you. You should, however be familiar with the Java language to get full benefit from the many hand-on sessions.