XDA:DevCon 2013 Has Sold Out!
What began as a pitch and discussion around a table at an Olive Garden after Hurricane Sandy is almost a reality. With all of our tickets sold, great sponsors finalized, killer giveaways, and amazing speakers lined up, we are running full tilt towards XDA:DevCon 2013 next weekend (Aug 9-11) in Miami, FL. Here’s a full list of what we have in store:
Saturday, August 10
Mark Murphy on Plugin Architectures for Android
Karl-Johan Dahlstrom and Johan Redestig on How Sony Supports and Works With Independent Developers
Jason Ostrander on Connecting Android Apps to REST Interfaces
Leon Farasati on Using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 to your Advantage
Jono Bacon on Building a Convergent Future With Ubuntu
Daniel Nazer from the EFF on Patent Trolls vs. App Developers
Bjorn Andersson on A Walk in the Kernel Park
Michael Hall with an Ubuntu Touch Development Workshop
Sunday, August 11
Stephen Erickson on Root Application Development With The RootTools Library
Pearl Chen on NFC: Thinking Creatively Beyond Mobile Payments
Ariel Shimoni on Monetization: Making Money From Your Free Android App
Stormy Peters on Mozilla and Bringing the World’s Next 2 Billion People Online
Justin Case on Android Security Vulnerabilities and Exploits
Rick Schwartz on Maximize App Power Usage and Performance with New Software and Hardware Tools
Alin Jerpelea on Android on Legacy Devices – Use It or Lose It?
While we won’t be offering a live stream of the event, we will be recording the sessions in HD and will make them available after the event for your viewing (and learning) pleasure. Thank you to all of the sponsors, speakers, volunteers, and staff who have helped to get us to where we are. We can’t wait to see the result next week!
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