Hey Developers – Mark Your Calendars for DroidCon London
Following the resounding success of the Droidcon Berlin conference comes anotherÂ event of equal industry impact in London, UK. Organized by the active members of ‘Londroid’ – the monthly London Android meetup (www.meetup.com/android) DroidCon London will be a two day extravaganza of Android development. The two day event will be an opportunity to hobnob amongst Android’s European stars at the conference. None of your marketing jive here buddy, just developers running free amongst their own like kittens in a field of buttercups.
09:30-10:00Â Â Â Welcome! Welcome! – Carl Gustaf-Harroch & Kevin McDonagh of Novoda
10:00-11:00Â Â Â Â Advanced Audio Development in Android – Andreas Reuterberg and Alex Shaw
11:05-11:50Â Â Â Â Comparative Analysis of Object Orientead and Procedural Programming methodologies on the Android Platform – Akshay Dashrath
11:55-12:40Â Â Â Â Zii Labs – “Zii Architecture”Â A presentation on OpenGL ES
12:40-13:40Â Â Â Â LUNCHEON
13:45-14:30Â Â Â Â Parkbench panel
14:30-15:15Â Â Â Â Understanding Android bytecode with the Dedexer tool. Presented by Gabor Paller who writes the blog “My life with Android ” and creator of Dedexter. – Gabor Paller
15:20-16:05Â Â Â Â RJDJ – Martin Roth
16:10-16:55Â Â Â Â The Future of Mobile, a discussion
17:00-17:45Â Â Â Â Parkbench Panel
17:45-18:00Â Â Â Â Thank you + prize raffle / competition results
Interested in attending? We have 5 tickets to giveaway to the event!
Email us at info @ androidguys.com and we’ll get back in touch with you as soon as possible.Â These will be a first come, first serve basis so hurry! SORRY GUYS!Â ALL OUT!
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