Your Android mobile app training experience shouldn’t be limited to deep-dive Android tutorials and great app development classes. You also deserve some high-level inspiration and vision on the future of Android and mobile technology. At AnDevCon, we will present you with keynote speakers who will inspire and challenge you. Buckle your seat belts and prepare to be transported!
Wednesday, November 19, 8:45 am – 9:45 am
Come to this keynote to learn about the latest features and functionality in the Android platform.
Chet Haase is the lead of the Android UI Toolkit team at Google and works on animation, graphics, UI widgets, and anything else that helps create better Android user interfaces.
Thursday, November 20, 10:30 am – 11:00 am
Android development is red hot, but to achieve true commercial success, developers must also address the 2.5B non-Android client devices in the market. This is often easier said than done as it’s a headache to recode for different user interfaces and platform capabilities, and effectively validate apps across the full breadth of devices.
Intel feels your pain. Come and learn about cross-platform frameworks and tool sets for HTML5 and native (C++/Java) apps that allow developers to leverage their Android skills and codebase to deliver consistent and compelling experiences across client operating systems and device architectures. We’ll explore common issues and demonstrate remedies to reach the entire market.
Jeff McVeigh is the General Manager of Performance Client and Visual Computing within Intel’s Developer Products Division. His team is responsible for the development and delivery of leading software products for performance-centric application developers spanning Android, Windows and OS X operating systems. During his 17 year career at Intel, Jeff has held various technical and management positions in the fields of media, graphics, and validation. He also served as the technical assistant to Intel’s CTO. He holds 20 patents and a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.