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Interested in Java programming on the Android phone? O'Reilly is sponsoring an online tutorial workshop:
I am arranging a “local viewing party” to watch the sessions live and offer help, answer questions, and provide additional material as necessary. I will have a limited number of Android G1 phones to try out (you can also use the emulator).
Local (Purdue) viewing:
If you are interested in participating, register at the site above and let me know (so I can make sure we have enough room). If you miss the first session, that's probably OK–we can catch you up.
If you do not have an account on the CS machines, send me email.
If you have a laptop, you may want to use it rather than one of the lab machines. You'll need the Java SDK, the Android SDK, Eclipse, and the Android Development Tools (ADT). (More coming on where to get these tools and how to install them.)
If you can come early for at least the first day (today), it will help getting started. I'll plan to be in the lab at 1:30.
We may be crowded today. I've reserved another lab (LWSN B148) for overflow, but will only use that if needed. (And I'll need to find a volunteer to run the webcast there.)