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Wednesday, February 19 • 2:00pm - 2:40pm
OPEN TALK: Rethinking Android Development through Lessons Learned from the web

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Android celebrated its 6th birthday last November. Just a couple of months before that, the web celebrated its 20th. Throughout the web's rich history, its development community has come up with many excellent tools, best practices, and paradigms that greatly simplified their development process. In this presentation, we'll examine some of the ways we can enhance the Android development process through lessons learned from the web.

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Don Lau

Android Engineering Manager, Yelp
Don is one of the engineers behind Yelp's Android app, responsible for building nifty features and tackling scaling issues to our 10M+ users. He has a passion for making complicated interfaces simple, whether the interface is for front-end users or for fellow developers. He's working on simplifying the way views and models are organized on the Yelp app. Prior to Yelp, Donald has worked at Facebook, Microsoft, and RIM (BlackBerry).


Wednesday February 19, 2014 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Terra Gallery & Event Venue 511 Harrison St, San Francisco, CA 94105

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