Georgia Institute of Technology Mastering Android Development
GIT MAD is a College of Computing organization that strives to teach and encourage the development of Android applications. Enabling members to either work in a group to develop their own application or learning where to start in Android development.
This year, we're going to be starting up a BEGINNER session running alongside of REGULAR sessions.
The BEGINNER session is good for those who are starting to learn how to write Android apps and also those who want more practice in it.
In REGULAR sessions, we dive into app programming immediately, so those who have previous Android experience are welcome to join this instead.
Meetings are held on Mondays in Klaus 2443 from 6pm-8pm.
|Week 1- 1/8||No Meeting|
|Week 2- 1/15||No Meeting (MLK day)|
|Week 3- 1/22||
Basics of Android Development
|Week 4- 1/29||No Meeting (CoC Career Fair)|
|Week 5- 2/5||Citi Tech Talk: APIs and Kotlin|
|Week 6- 2/12||
Layouts and XML
Regular: Async Task
|Week 7- 2/19||
|Week 7- 2/21||Chick fil A Tech Talk|
|Week 8- 2/26||
List View & Adapters
|Week 9- 3/5||Beginner: & Regular: Fragments|
|Week 9- 3/10||Android Bootcamp (tentative)|
|Week 10- 3/12||Beginner: & Regular: Recyclerview & Card Views|
|Week 11- 3/19||No Meeting (Spring Break)|
|Week 12- 3/26||Beginner: & Regular: Fragments|
|Week 13- 3/31||Android Bootcamp (tentative)|
|Week 13- 4/2||
|Week 14- 4/9||
|Week 15- 4/16||Beginner: Notifications|
|Week 16- 4/24||No Meeting (Finals)|