Android Development with IOIO Class


First, we need to announce the winners of yesterday's caption contest. Like I said, there are two winners this month - congratulations to c2squared (caption: "digitalWrite(5, HIGH);) and Member #205855 (caption: "Sadly, Music Bot's requests for shoulder repair continued to be misinterpreted."). Keep an eye on your inboxes!


digitalWrite(5, HIGH); and Sadly, Music Bot's requests for shoulder repair continued to be misinterpreted

Today's post is a reminder of an upcoming class - Android Development with IOIO. This class centers around the IOIO (pronounced yo-yo) board and will teach you how to integrate your Android-based device into your next embedded electronics project. Androids can do everything these days. They are powerful, feature-rich personal computers that fit in your pocket or bag. The IOIO gives you the ability to harness this power in new ways.

There are still plenty of spots available in both classes. One takes place on June 30, 2012 from 9 a.m. to 5 pm. and the next will be on July 1, both at SparkFun HQ. In addition to the usual crew of SFE teachers, Ytai Ben-Tsvi will be in attendance as a guest instructor. Check out the class listing over at learn.sparkfun.com for more details and to sign up. Hope to see you there!


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  • You will be capturing this on video and editing it into a virtual class for those of us who cannot attend, right? (Said the customer who just received a shiny new IOIO today.) I’m feeling a little geographically challenged just now.

  • There are good things about living in Alaska, and there are bad things.

    Not being able to go to SparkFun events is one of those bad things.

  • @ RWizard and Jerry: We will try our best to document and then offer it to the public. We’ve got the video system hooked up but we’re still working out some kinks. With two different classes on the same subject I hope we can get enough content to offer a video. And Jerry- no promises but I’m sure there is someone here who would love to visit. =)

  • Aww, I liked “All your bass are belong to us” better. :(

  • Another vote for putting it on video for the geographically challenged. I dont suppose you have an employee headed to our island again this summer? This would be an awesome class to have/teach.

    Publishing class notes will be another big contribution!

    Mahalo Jerry of Maui Makers.

  • Great job on the captions c2squared and eclipsh. I had a good chuckle from both of the winners, and many more throughout the day. Congrats!


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