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Meeting tonight - Topics update

Meeting tonight - Topics update

From:
Christopher Saunders
Date:
2010-08-18 @ 18:56
  Hello Everyone,

Just a reminder that there is indeed a meeting happening tonight.  246 
Queen St, 2nd floor at 6:30pm.

I've been lucky enough to get back into Android development at my day 
job so if nobody else has anything to present I can talk about a little 
caching library I'm working on as well as cover how to make adapters for 
list views.

See you then.

-- 
CS

Re: [ottawaandroid] Meeting tonight - Topics update

From:
BradS4
Date:
2010-08-18 @ 19:42
If anyone is interested, I could discuss my Android Sqlite persistence
framework a little bit.  It's not complete, but it's about 80% done.

On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 2:56 PM, Christopher Saunders <
c.saunders322@gmail.com> wrote:

>  Hello Everyone,
>
> Just a reminder that there is indeed a meeting happening tonight.  246
> Queen St, 2nd floor at 6:30pm.
>
> I've been lucky enough to get back into Android development at my day
> job so if nobody else has anything to present I can talk about a little
> caching library I'm working on as well as cover how to make adapters for
> list views.
>
> See you then.
>
> --
> CS
>
>


-- 
Brad

Re: [ottawaandroid] Meeting tonight - Topics update

From:
Christopher Saunders
Date:
2010-08-18 @ 19:44
  That would be awesome :)

On 10-08-18 3:42 PM, BradS4 wrote:
> If anyone is interested, I could discuss my Android Sqlite persistence 
> framework a little bit.  It's not complete, but it's about 80% done.
>
> On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 2:56 PM, Christopher Saunders 
> <c.saunders322@gmail.com <mailto:c.saunders322@gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>      Hello Everyone,
>
>     Just a reminder that there is indeed a meeting happening tonight.  246
>     Queen St, 2nd floor at 6:30pm.
>
>     I've been lucky enough to get back into Android development at my day
>     job so if nobody else has anything to present I can talk about a
>     little
>     caching library I'm working on as well as cover how to make
>     adapters for
>     list views.
>
>     See you then.
>
>     --
>     CS
>
>
>
>
> -- 
> Brad
>


-- 
CS