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Thu Apr 24 3:00 pm
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Google Campus Tel Aviv
ELECTRA TOWER 98 YIGAL ALON ST. TEL AVIV FLOOR 26TH,
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Android for Java Developers (UI) - learning the basic components and tools for designing and implementing UI in Android application development.  This workshop is aimed at developers with a solid base in the Java language and development system and it will include hands on development of topics discussed. Topics covered: • Android at a Glance • UI Design via XML • Activities and Fragments • Views • Lists and Adapters • Dialogs and Toasts Backwards Compatibility. Prerequisites: Working Android IDE: Either Eclipse with ADT pluggin or Android Studio (code samples will be done in Eclipse)Android SDK manager with a minimum of these items installed : Android SDK Tools Android SDK Platform-tools Android SDK Build-tools Android 4.2.2 (API 17) Android 2.3.3 (API 10) Extras - Android Support Library THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE HELD IN ENGLISH !
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Tue Apr 29 4:00 pm
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ELECTRA TOWER 98 YIGAL ALON ST. TEL AVIV FLOOR 26TH,
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Israeli startup will share with us their decision points and consideration while assembling an architecture.
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Mon May 19 3:00 pm
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Google Campus Tel Aviv
ELECTRA TOWER 98 YIGAL ALON ST. TEL AVIV FLOOR 26TH,
Tel - Aviv
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Akka aims to be the platform for the next-generation, event-driven, scalable, and fault-tolerant architectures on the JVM. One of the core features of Akka is an implementation of the Actor model. It alleviates the developer from having to deal with explicit locking and thread management. Using the Actor model raises the abstraction level and provides a better platform for building correct concurrent and scalable applications. Actors in akka: Simple and high-level abstractions for concurrency and parallelism. Asynchronous, non-blocking and highly performant event-driven programming model. Very lightweight event-driven processes Fault Tolerance: Supervisor hierarchies with "let-it-crash" semantics (parent actor supervising child actors(. Supervisor hierarchies can span over multiple JVMs to provide truly fault-tolerant systems. Excellent for writing highly fault-tolerant systems that self-heal and never stop. Location Transparency: Everything in Akka is designed to work in a distributed environment: all interactions between actors use pure message passing and everything is asynchronous.
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