Call for Speakers: Washington DC 2017

If you are an expert in building or managing apps for Android devices and have have solid teaching experience, speak at AnDevCon: The Android Developer Conference! We are seeking proposals for half-day (3 hours) tutorials, full-day (6 hours) tutorials as well as 60-minute, and two-part (120 minutes) technical classes for the Washington DC show, July 17 - 19th, 2017. This program will emphasize Android Fundamentals (such as Android Studio, Embedded Android, UI/UX and Gradle), cross-platform technologies, and Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

In your session proposal, please tell us:
  • The proposed title of your session. We reserve the right to change it to our style.
  • A session description of 150 - 300 words. We reserve the right to change it to our style.
  • If your session is a lecture format, or if it's hands on with attendees following along on their laptops.
  • Tell us if your session is Overview, Intermediate or Advanced. If you are unsure, please see our guide for session levels.
  • Which track it falls under (Android Fundamentals, Cross-Platform or Machine Learning).
  • Explain what prerequisite skills or knowledge should be expected. Be specific!

The speaker submission should be submitted by the speaker himself/herself. Please also include the following information in the speaker proposal. Incomplete submissions may not be accepted.

  • Your bio, 125–150 words, with a summary of your teaching expertise. We reserve the right to change it to our style.
  • Your name, mailing and e-mail addresses, telephone and cell phone numbers.
  • Your hi-res digital headshot, see
  • Twitter and blog addresses (if you have them).

Please submit a session proposal electronically as a text e-mail or as a Word document to Katie Flash, Director of Conference Programs.


Tutorials and technical classes at AnDevCon are taught at three levels: Overview, Intermediate and Advanced.

Overview: No previous knowledge of the session's subject is required and will be a high-level introduction of the topic. 

Intermediate: These broad technology sessions emphasize capabilities and how things work. As appropriate, the instructor will show examples or code. 

Advanced: These sessions teach attendees how to implement a solution. As appropriate, the instructor will include detailed samples or code. 

Important Dates:

Monday, February 13, 2017:
Deadline for abstract submission - including all information described above.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Speaker notification of acceptance.


Katie Flash
Director of Conference Programs
+1-631-421-4158 x128