By Stephen Schenck | January 30, 2012 3:37 PM
Google produces some fantastic resources for anyone from the up-and-coming Android developer, to the seasoned professional. From design guides, to training materials, Google’s steadily been releasing an increasingly comprehensive set of tools and instruction for the creation of new Android apps. Even with all this available, Google’s looking to provide developers with an even more engaging, productive experience working with Android, and has just announced a new Android Developers Google+ page for just that purpose.
Part of what Google’s planning for the page mirrors the sort of thing we’re used to seeing posted at the Android Developers blog: coding tips and tricks, announcements of new software release, and news on developer events. Beyond what the blog offers, thought, the Google+ page will focus on discussions between Android devs; Google’s excited about what will stem from that, given the general high-quality of conversations it’s noted from users of its service.
You can look forward to a lot of Hangouts, starting with a weekly series on Wednesday afternoons. If you won’t be around to check those out, Google will be archiving them on YouTube, and there should be even more planned for a little further down the road.