Venue: Co-Creation Hub
Registration: http://attending.io/events/july-api-saturdayAPI Saturday is a series of monthly events organized by GDG Lagos with a special focus on APIs – best practices and ideas on how to build them & connect with them and make the best use of them.
So we have had two API Saturday events to set the foundation for getting our hands dirty. And at the next event, we will be.
On Saturday July 11, join top developer Celestine Omin as he develops a platform during his session, explaining the necessary thought process and demonstrating best practices when building systems and when creating APIs.
The second session will be handled by Femi Taiwo and it will be focused on the awesome changes recently made to GCM by Google for handling push notifications to multiple platforms, devices and web browsers with one codebase and how we can put it to use in a demo application during the event.
This is a free event but there are limited spaces so registration is required to ensure those who have indicated interest before hand are admitted first. Do register to attend!
Event is from 12pm – 2.30pm and holds at the Co-Creation Hub, Sabo, Yaba.
Have a publicly launched product and are interested in learning how to include user experience design methods to evaluate and improve it?
For the full agenda and more information: https://events.withgoogle.com/gdc-developer-day/pages/home/
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