If you are an Android app developer then you might want to check out the biggest event happening this year for the Android platform. AnDevCon or Android Development Conference is a technical conference that’s going to be held this coming May 28-31 in Boston. It’s going to be the biggest info filled event that features technical training as well as app development tutorials.
Here are just some of the great sessions to be offered during the event
- Android OpenGL ES Essentials, Parts I and II
- Android Performance Tips
- Battle-Tested Patterns in Android Concurrency
- Building NFC-Enabled Android Applications
- Connecting the Dots: Bluetooth in Your Application
- Dive into Android Fragments
- Building Your First Social App
- Leveraging Android’s Linux Heritage
- Hacking APKs for Fun and Profit (Mostly Fun), Parts I and II
- Optimizing Android UI: Tips for Creating Fast and Responsive Applications
- Targeting App Success, Parts I and II
- Exploring Embedded with Arduino (half-day tutorial)
- 2D Physics Game Half-Day Hackathon (half-day tutorial)
There are more than 45 companies who will be joining this event either as an exhibitor or a sponsor. Some of the popular companies that will be making an appearance are Google, Amazon, GroupOn, Sony, Adobe, Samsung, Qualcomm, TapJoy, RIM, AT&T, Barnes & Noble, HTC, and Intel just to name a few.
AnDevCon 5 will be held at the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel. You can register for this event online or go directly to the site and register on the day of the event. The conference fee varies which we have listed below in detail.
- 3-day Passport PLUS Pre- Conference Tutorials : $1,795
- 3-day Passport Only: $1,495
- Pre-Conf Tutorials: $795
This conference is a great opportunity for those who are developing android applications or those who are just starting to do so. It’s a good way to meet other people in the same field where you get to share ideas and learn from them. You’ll also get firsthand knowledge of all the latest development in the Android system from Jelly Bean to Key Lime Pie.