GDG (Google Developer Group) Berlin Android is an online community for Android developers in Berlin. It's independent of Google, and it has its own study group (Android Co-learning).
The community interacts mainly through a Slack group, but they also have a Twitter and a Github account. In Github, you can find the community's repositories, which include information related to Android apps.
GDG Berlin Android hosts different events, some are virtual but others are in-person. Most of the events focus on collaboratively learning Android development. The sessions commonly last 3 hours, and the team announces all events in Slack before they happen. In the event's description, you will see if it's for beginner or senior developers.
Learn Android development:
The community offers regular events for developers in Berlin. They are mostly 3-hour Android co-learning sessions. Events are tailored both for beginner and senior developers, and you can register only for those that interest you.
Expand your network:
The community's Slack group creates a safe environment to interact with other developers. You will find like-minded people with whom to share your questions and experiences. Additionally, you can interact with others on Twitter and Github.
The community hosts regular events. Most of them are in-person (in Berlin) and last 3 hours. Android co-learning, for example, is a weekly meetup for beginners and experienced developers. It's a space for sharing questions and useful strategies. Keep in mind that seats are limited, and you need to bring your laptop to the event.
Besides the weekly co-learning events, the community also hosts talks with special guests and experts in the field. The main topics are related to robots and testing.
Members of GDG Berlin Android interact mostly through a Slack online group. This group has channels to socialize and do small talk, along with other "serious" channels to ask questions or request feedback. Additionally, during the in-person events, there is always a chance to meet new people and get to know other Android developers.