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Android Hackathon Mumbai kicks off on September 1.

India, Aug. 29 -- If you are an Android developer, or learning its development, or just an enthusiast about Android technology, you may want to attend the Android Hackathon at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Mumbai on September 1, organized by the Google Developers Group of Mumbai (GDG Mumbai).

Google Developer Groups (GDGs) are meant for developers who are interested in Google's development technology including the Android, App Engine, and Google Chrome platforms, to product APIs like the Maps API,YouTube API and Google Calendar API. For more information:

Mumbai GDG is an open and non-profit developers group that aims to learn, share and know more about Google technologies. The events organised by this group are absolutely open to newbies, developers, students, lecturers and anyone who is interested in learning, sharing, and discovering Google's technologies.

Google Developer Group of Mumbai brings Android Hackathon to come and learn Android App Development. You can start working on your ad-hoc project development along with your team members here, and get a headstart towards building and submitting your app project. You'll have to present your app at the Google DevFest, which is going to be held in Mumbai on September 22

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Date:Aug 29, 2012
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