2nd Round of Speakers Announced For Droidcon UK
Droidcon London is once again almost upon us, that magical time of the year when 46 of the world’s greatest minds in the Android industry descend on the UK to share their knowledge with developers eager to learn.
Join us and meet staff from xda+ a great manner of other tech companies from Thursday, 27th – Friday, 28th October at the Business Design Centre, and as an added bonus if you book before September 26th you can save £130 on your ticket price! Now the second round of speakers have been announced and just a few of them include:
Droidcon Bio: “An Android Google Developer Expert. His primary expertise is Android and Mobile UX but he is also friendly to backend technologies. Yonatan’s passion to help people learn and adopt new technologies resulted in his founding of the Android Academy.
Find him on Github below:
Droidcon Bio: “He has been an Android developer for the past 5 years, having worked for companies like the United Nations and Telecom Italia on projects such as ShareTheMeal which won an award as “Google Play Best of 2015” and the Sochi Winter Olympics app.“
Droidcon Bio: “An Android developer with 5 years experience delivering greenfield projects for multiple companies. Having worked internally at Thomson Reuters on MVPs with early prototypes of Google Glass, Android Auto, Android Wear, or Android TV. In his current role at Hudl he’s developing one of the largest video apps in the US for sport.”
Droidcon Bio: After graduation she began working at Infinum as an Android dev and by the end of 2014 she switched from projects in telecommunication, medical and travel to mobile banking. Here she became the Technical Manager of Mobile Banking where her responsibilities include researching new technology and advancements in security.
Read some of her articles below:
Simple server-client syncing for mobile apps using Couchbase Mobile,
Android Fingerprint Security
Not sure what Droidcon is? Last year, Jordan took a few minutes to interview Wendy from Skills Matter about the event’s past, present, and future.
More speakers will be announced in the coming weeks and will feature talks on subjects including: Code Quality, Security, Reactive, Analytics, Data Science, Machine Learning, Neuronetworks, APIs, IoT, Machine, VR, Games, Usability, Accessibility, Material Design and Animation, Tooling, Languages, Experience, Product Lifecycle, Architecture, Scaling, Performance, and Clean Code. So if you are interested head over to view the full programme at the link below!