Android developers to descend on Apps World for free Droid World workshops

Leading Android developers, Google Android representatives, handset manufacturers and operators will be appearing on Apps World’s ‘Droid World’ stage this year, delivering valuable developer advice and ideas covering design, build, architecture, interface and monetisation issues. The open-source nature of the Android platform has led it to become the most popular platform in the world with 51.6% of market share in December 2011.

Taking place as part of Apps World on 2-3 October at Earl’s Court 2, the Droid World workshops will see some of the industry’s most successful developers shed light on their creative, technical and business processes in open, interactive workshops where attendees will be encouraged to suggest discussion topics, debate and collaborate. Find out more about the workshops here

Developers can register for free to attend the workshops on 2-3 October here.

Ian Johnson, MD of Six Degrees who organise Apps World said “We are pleased to be offering this 2 day free to attend Android track at Apps World covering a variety of issues across the Android ecosystem such as; monetisation, testing and security whilst also offering developers advice on PR and marketing their apps. Android is offering lots of new possibilities right now, with new evolving interfaces including voice and 3D, it’s great to see these exciting developers who are making it happen being brought together.”

Speakers include:
Grant Allen, Author of Beginning Android 4 and Principal Architect, Google
Mario Zechner, Author, Beginning Android Games
Marcin Lament, Android Developer, Dennis Publishing
Matthias Kappler,Head Developer Mobile Products, Qype
Hugo Visser, Senior Architect, Qbus
Dave Springgay, Chief Android Engineer, News International
Mark Murphy, Author of The Busy Coders Guide to Advanced Android Development

WirelessDuniya is a Media Partner at Apps World Europe.


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