Jimmy McGee · Oct 19, 2013 at 06:30 pm

Dees_Troy Talks about Software Architecture at this Year’s Big Android BBQ – XDA Developer TV

During the BBQ, there were many great events and presentations. You’ve already seen the presentation by XDA Elite Recognized Developer XpLoDWilD. However, that was not the only presentation by an Elite Recognized Developer from XDA. Elite Recognized Developer Dees_Troy, also known as Ethan Yonker, gave a presentation as well. For the few who may not recognize the name, he is the lead developer of TWRP and member of Team Win.

Ethan’s presentation was entitled “Software Architecture and Design.” In this session, Ethan discuss good programming practices in regards to software architecture and program design. Ethan draws real-life examples from his own experience developing TWRP. Examples are primarily in C++, but the discussion centers  less on the specifics in the code and more around designing an architecture using object-oriented programming to create software that is more flexible, powerful, and easier to maintain.

OmniROM, a new project by Dees_Troy and other developers, was also announced. If you want to see the presentation where it was announced, please check out XpLoDWilD’s presentation. But be sure to check out this video! Also, be sure to check out XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan’s interview with Dees_Troy on XDA Developer TV.


Be sure to check out other great XDA Developer TV Videos.

Check out Jordan’s YouTube Channel and Jordan’s Gaming YouTube Channel


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