Best Practices for Software Development w/ Chet Haase – BABBQ2014

Best Practices for Software Development w/ Chet Haase – BABBQ2014

Googler Chet Haase made a big appearance at the 5th annual Big Android BBQ. He talked about Android 5.0 Lollipop during the Opening Keynote. Additionally, he gave a talk entitled, “Best Practices for Software Development of Practical Practicing Software Practitioners”

Lead of the Android UI toolkit at Google, Chet and his team focus on animations, graphics, performance, and more. In this presentation, Chet talks about the latest in best practices for software developers. So if you wanted to learn more about software development best practices, or not, check out the video below!

If you missed it, two other session have been uploaded from the Big Android BBQ for your enjoyment, the User Experience session put on by Kevin Bruckert, technical lead for the user interface area of the NVIDIA SHIELD line of products, and How Open Source Can Help your Project put on by Ethan Yonker, lead developer for the Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP).


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