This year, we're piloting a new event before the GoogleDeveloperDay in Munich called GTUG BootCamp.
Part sessions and part hacking, BootCamp focuses on 101-level content and provides an overview of the major developer platforms. In addition, there'll be hands-on tutorials, community-led discussions, and time to meet new people.
It's a great way to get a quick crash course on our products before the main event.
You will find more and detailed informations about the Agenda, the Party and the BootCamp at the EventPage:
About the Developer Day:
Google Developer Day is a one-day event that will feature technical content on the latest Google developer products and platforms and also give you a chance to meet the team that works on them.
For the first time ever, Google presents the event in close cooperation with Technical University of Munich (TUM) to offer even more relevant and interesting sessions to all attendees. We will have sessions on Android, Chrome & HTML5, Cloud Platform & Tools, Social Web, Google Apps and Geo.
In Germany, Google Developer Day 2010 will be held in Munich on November 9, 2010.
(and yes this text is stolen from the I/O BootCamp Page)
When & Where
Google Technology User Groups (GTUGs) are user groups for people who are interested in Google's developer technology; everything from the Android and App Engine platforms, to product APIs like the YouTube API and the Google Calendar API, to initiatives like OpenSocial.
And we're rolling, damn it people, you're fast. 28 Tickets are gone and it is only on for about 30 Minutes
Wooooow - allready 75 Tickets gone, you're amazing folks
Only a few Tickets and Days left until we will blow your mind!
We now have a rough Agenda AND some of the Speakers Names. We will have Michael Mahemoff, Paul Irish, Reto Meier, Stephanie Liu and Malte Ubl.
This will be Awesome guys. At the Moment we're trying to reorganize a new Event Location for Monday, so more of you guys can join us. Stay tuned.
Only a few Days left until we'll rock Munich.
If you want to stay up to date, follow us @gtugmunich or save the search for #gtugbc on Twitter.
Or you could have a look at http://munich.gtugs.org/gdd10hackathon where we've written down the Agenda, the Guidelines and some additional Informations for you.