by: ANDROID2EE • 27
MySensors is a simple application that allows you to list all the sensors installed on your device. It opens an activity that shows your device sensors: Sensor Name -Sensor Type (Acceleration, Magnetic Fields ...). If you click an item, a new zone is displayed below. It explains the technical characteristics of the sensor: Type, Unit, Resolution, Energy use, Maximum range, Minimum delay, Vendor Name and Version. If you click again on the item, this area is hiding again. You can easily know the technical characteristics of the sensor of your device.
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This application is an application of Android2EE, licensed Android professional expertise, consulting and training. Want to learn Android programming, Android2EE ramp you up through its Ebooks and trainings.
Let me tell you my story about this company. In 2010, I leaned on the Android technology, I wrote three EBooks on the art of programming Android (available on Android2EE). I left my previous company and I created the company Android2EE (Android To Enterprise Edition), whose objective is the Android training, expertise and consulting. I have some contracts as a consultant and also as a trainer. I mounted a set of Android training for companies:
Initial Training: Become self in 3 days.
Extensive training (2d).
Tablets' Specificity and Graphics training(2d).
Complex applications training(2d).
Project Manager - Technical Ledear training(1d).
Customized training(2 to 3d).
I practice this training by teaching at universities and engineering schools in Toulouse and in main Java conferences:
CESI-EXIA Conference 26/05/2011
EPITECH Conference 30/05/2011
Sup-Info Conference 09/06/2011
IUP ISI Conference 14/06/2011
Infosup Conference 18/01/2012
IUP SI 5 and 9/01/2012 Course
IUP ISI 30/01/2012 and 06/02/2012 Course
IngeSup From 24/01 to 10 / April 2012 Courses
INSA Conference 11/01/2012
In preparation CNAM
Devoxx France (The 2012 French Java conference in Paris), Wednesday, April 18, 2012, 3H conference.
JCertif Africa in 2012 (The Java conference of the African continent) in September 2012 Conference and Courses
Finally, I invested the digital space, here are some of these sites:
The review of my book "Android, A Complete course" by developpez.com (which I'm quite proud, though):
http://android.developpez.com/livres/ # L9791090388000
And the articles I've written on developpez.com:
Ah yes, I forgot, my resume is located here (if ever): http://mathias-seguy.developpez.com/MathiasSeguyCV201106/