Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 6:30:00 PM Google Fiber Space Lounge 1814 Westport Road, Kansas City, MO

Join GDG Kansas City and learn about making apps for the Google Assistant and Actions on Google platform.

This series will present beginner-level information then build upon topics and ideas to create a real app with more advanced interactions.

After the series, you'll have a chance to present an app using all the things you've learned to win prizes and bragging rights!


Meetup 1: Making an App (4/17)
6:00 - Doors open, networking, and dinner
6:30 - Intro and lightning talks
6:45 - Building an app for the Google Assistant

At this meetup, we'll present several ways to make an app for the Google Assistant, from no-code options to some more complex ones. Topics will include features of Dialogflow, connecting your app to other data sources, and publishing your app.


Meetup 2: Adding Functionality (5/1* tentative)
6:00 - Doors open, networking, and dinner
6:30 - Intro and lightning talks
6:45 - Adding Great Functionality to the Google Assistant

The second meetup will explore more advanced topics. Attendees will learn how to create non-linear conversations, setup and utilize account linking, and more.


Actions for Your Community Competition

At our Google I/O Roundup in May, anyone that wants can present the app they built for a chance to win prizes and bragging rights! It can be anything, but if possible, something that benefits the community (you can use any definition of "community"). Need some ideas?

Ok Google, when will the street car be at 19th street?
Hey Google, when is my trash day?
Ok Google, find me a spot to park downtown.

Other idea sparks:


Help us help you! Fill out this survey to let us know what you want from this and future meetups: https://goo.gl/forms/YlpIeEyO0qnAIOQr1

Not a member of our Slack yet? Join at https://slack.gdgkc.org

Code of Conduct: https://developers.google.com/groups/guidelines/

• Parking
The Google Fiber Space has a parking lot and there is street parking available. Please do not park in the church parking lot adjacent to Fiber as this is a private lot and you may be towed.

• What to bring
A laptop is highly recommended to put your new knowledge to work during the session and follow along, but not required.

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