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AnDevCon is the technical conference for software developers building Android apps. Offering mobile app development training and Android app development tutorials and classes, AnDevCon is the biggest, most info-packed, most practical Android conference in the world. Choose from more than 75 app development classes and in-depth Android development tutorials designed to take your Android development skills to the next level. Register now for the lowest price!

Android is the hottest mobile platform – and AnDevCon is the hottest development conference offering mobile app development training. But you’ll learn from more than just our app development classes and Android development tutorials. You will also find hundreds of experienced developers and engineers like you for great networking in between classes. Hang out and network with colleagues as well as our expert speakers at coffee breaks, lunches and our fabulous Attendee Reception.

More than 40 companies will be exhibiting or sponsoring AnDevCon Santa Clara – previous exhibitors include Google, Amazon, Groupon, Sony, Adobe, Samsung, Qualcomm, TapJoy, BlackBerry, AT&T, Barnes & Noble, HTC, Intel and dozens of others.


Attend the full 3-day conference and receive a certificate indicating the number of classes, tutorials and hours a dedicated Android Developer Training you received at AnDevCon. Hang it on your wall, or just add it to your professional qualifications!

Whether you're an enterprise developer, work for a commercial software company, or are driving your own start-up, if you want to build Android apps, you need to attend AnDevCon, August 2-4, 2016 in Boston.

At AnDevCon get schooled on all the latest things Android!!

• Android Marshmallow 6.0
• Android Lollipop 5.0
• Gradle • Android Studio • NFC
• UI/UX • Android Wear
• Embedded Android • ViewGroup, WebView, TextView and RecyclerView
• Material Design
• Memory Management
• Battery Consumption
• Android Runtime (ART) • Concurrency and Android Thread Communications
• Animation • Android Security
• Testing and Debugging
• Enterprise Android Apps
• Bluetooth LE
• Android TV • Automotive Android
• Push Messaging • Notifications
• Camera 2 APIs
• High-Performance Android Apps
• HTML Hybrid Apps
• Android Emulator
• Deep Linking • Google Cast
• Retrofit • App Indexing
• Android Development 101
• Location Services for Android
• App Search Optimization
• Project Ara
• Host Card Emulation (HCE)
• Cloud-Powered Android Apps

Android is the hottest mobile platform - and AnDevCon is the hottest development conference offering mobile app development training.


But you'll learn from more than just our app development classes and Android development tutorials!


You'll also find hundreds of experienced developers and engineers like you for great networking in between classes.


Hang out and network with colleagues as well as our expert speakers at coffee breaks, lunches and our fabulous Attendee Reception!

Women in Android Luncheon

Want to network and make friends with other women in Android? Attend the Women in Android Luncheon! Discuss various topics that will interest Android Developers and users alike. Discuss your perspective, the applications you use, the future that you see for Android, and learn from other's stories!

Jean Christophe Beyler Jean Christophe Beyler

Jean Christophe is a software engineer in the Intel Software and Solutions Group (SSG), Systems Technologies & Optimizations (STO), Client Software Optimization (CSO). For the last four years, he has focused solely on the Android compiler and ecosystem to provide the best user experience. He also delves into other performance-related and compiler technologies. He obtained a PhD in 2007 on binary rewriting at runtime, and has taught a lot of classes throughout the years from beginner programmers to master-level students on topics including system software, compilation, and architecture. Finally, he has done presentations at various conferences and forums throughout the years, including Inte's Development Forum 2015, where he presented Android's Compiler Evolution.


High-Performance Android Java Application Development

Joe Birch Joe Birch

Joe is an Android Developer currently based in Brighton, UK, creating beautiful mobile applications at ribot. He is passionate about coding and loves creating robust, polished and exciting projects for mobile, the Web, TV, wearables (and will probably be toying with whatever the new thing is at the time you’re reading this). Joe loves to be constantly learning, and is also a keen writer. When he's not doing the above, you’ll find Joe with his camera, socializing, running, at the gym, playing bass/guitar or finding something new to engage himself in.

Twitter: @hitherejoe


Android TV: Building Apps with Google’s Leanback Library
Building Beautiful Apps with the Design Support Library

Adrián Catalán Adrián Catalán

Adrián has been involved in the software industry for more than 10 years, working both in Web and mobile apps. He is also co-organizer of GDG Guatemala, GuatemalaJS and Nodebots. Currently, he leads the Innovation Lab at Galileo University and is a Google Developer Expert (GDE) for Android, IoT and Firebase.

Twitter: @ykro


Firebase and Android: A Real-Time Match Synced in Heaven

Nick DiPatri Nick DiPatri

Nick is a software engineer at SunGard Consulting Services. He has a degree in electrical engineering from Rutgers and has been doing software development since he got his Commodore 64. Earlier in his career, Nick developed software/firmware/hardware solutions, including RF modelling, large-scale traffic sensor arrays, and N-Tier highly available Java enterprise systems. Since this whole mobile thing caught on, he’s been in heaven (mostly because it let's him play with smart phones, solder and five-minute epoxy).


IoT for Everyone Using Proximal Context and the Google Cloud

Lance Gleason Lance Gleason

Lance has been a computer nut ever since his dad bought him a computer when he was a kid. After getting a BS and MS in Computer Science, he worked on a number of large projects as a Java developer and architect for companies like Kodak, CNN, and GE. These days he is the CEO and founder of Polyglot Programming LLC. which focuses on Ruby, mobile and wearable software development.  

Lance regularly speaks about Ruby/wearable development at conferences around the world and is the co-organizer of the Atlanta Sensors and Startups Meetup, Ruby DCamp ZA, and Rubyfuza (the only Ruby conference in Africa). He is known to practice interspecies pair (purr) programming with his orange tabby, Allie, and when he’s not writing code, you will find him diving with sharks, trekking through Chernobyl, sampling wine, cheering on the Springboks or perfecting his biltong recipe. 

Twitter: @lgleasain


Prototyping Wearable Devices Using Android

James Harmon James Harmon

James is an experienced enterprise developer and has spent a majority of his career building large-scale applications at Accenture and at several Web and mobile consulting firms. Jim has provided training for Fortune 500 companies and large private and governmental organizations, including State Farm Insurance and the Internal Revenue Service. He also teaches and lectures extensively on Android and has also acted as the lead developer on a number of projects to develop Android apps for large enterprises. James additionally has a background in Web Development, JavaScript and Ajax. He is the author of "Dojo: Using the Dojo JavaScript Library to Build Ajax Applications," which is one of the early books covering the Dojo Framework.


Android Bootcamp 101

Ave Kabizon Ave Kabizon

Avi Kabizon is the mobile team manager for the AppPulse Mobile product at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, focusing on mobile real-user application monitoring. Developing tools for web and mobile application analysis. He holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science and an MBA from Bar-Ilan University.


Think About Async: Understanding the Complexity of Multi-Threading

Ray Kelly Ray Kelly

Ray, Practice Principal, HP Fortify On Demand, has been a developer and researcher for 17 years, 10 of which have focused on the Internet security space. He was the lead developer and Business Unit Director for WebInspect with SPI Dynamics, which HP acquired in 2008. Currently, Ray is in the HP Fortify on Demand group where he focuses on research and innovation related to the mobile security space.


ShadowOS: Modifying the Android OS for Mobile Application Testing

Rim Khazhin Rim Khazhin

Rim is a software architect and developer with experience in designing remote administration, business process management, and Big Data analysis systems powered by Android clients. He has worked at Space Technologies Research Institute of Turkish Scientific and Research Council. He has also worked with Ericsson Mobility World on various mobile WAP and Symbian applications since 2001. Rim has architected and managed several medium- to large-scale public sector business-process management, Big Data storage and analysis projects with mobile clients. He has designed and delivered a state-of-the-art Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution from the ground up. Rim is a skilled trainer and speaker with international presentation and teaching experience, including presentations at international conferences and product training sessions.


Enterprise Mobility Management with Android for Work, Parts I and II

C.L.  Kim C.L. Kim

C.L. is in software engineering with the Data Services team of AOL Platforms, working on data management platform core subsystems for the ad technology focused on mobile and video. C.L. has an MBA and MSE in Computer and Information Science from the University of Pennsylvania, and is developer of a fun Android app. He also taught for a number of years the IEEE Boston Section's continuing education class on Introduction to Android Application Framework and APIs.


Kotlin and Android: Better Together, Part I
Kotlin and Android: Better Together, Part II

Jonathan Levin Jonathan Levin

Jonathan is CTO of Technologeeks.com, and has been a trainer and consultant in the operating system space for more than 15 years. He is the author of “Mac OS X and iOS Internals” (http://NewOSXBook.com/), and of the “Android Internals: A Confectioner’s Cookbook” series (http://NewAndroidBook.com). The first volume, "The Power User's View,” was published earlier this year. Jonathan has taught classes and assisted developers and architects around the world in customizing Android and optimizing performance in mobile environments. His professional clients include Intel, EMC, VMware and others. He has also taught academically: two semesters of Mobile Architecture Internals for Harvard University. Classes he leads begin with an in-depth presentation of the subject matter laden with demos and examples, followed by guided exercises and hands-on at the end of the day, allowing students first-hand experience and insight through exploration of real-life problems at their own pace (as well as combating the dreaded post-lunch fatigue syndrome).

Twitter: @Technologeeks


Android (in)Security
Android Graphics
In a Bind: Untangling Android’s Inter Process Communication


ART/Dalvik Reverse Engineering

Todd Lieberman Todd Lieberman

Todd is a serial entrepreneur with more than 20 years experience in Internet technology, advertising, lead generation and telecommunications. He is currently the president and co-founder of Circulate, the leading first-party data marketplace. Previously, he served as President of Solve Media and as CEO of VoiceStar, acquired in 2007 by Marchex. Prior to VoiceStar, Todd was the CTO and founder of Apartment Solutions, a residential real estate SaaS CRM and lead-generation service with over four million apartments under contract. Additional leadership roles include Senior Software Engineer at Strategic Management Group (SMG), where he was the developer of an online distance learning server. Todd holds a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies: Communication, Legal Institutions, Economics, and Government from American University.


You’ve Built a Great App, Now Monetize it via First-Party Data

Eric Maxwell Eric Maxwell

Eric is a Principal Engineer at Credible Software. He has spent 11 years architecting and developing software for various companies across different industries, including healthcare, insurance, library science, and private aviation. His current focus is training, mentoring, and mobile development. He has developed and taught courses on Java, Android and iOS. He’s also the author of the United Way of Delaware County Donor Discount app. When he’s not working, he enjoys spending time with family, and watching/performing improv comedy. He is one of the founding members of Hashtag Comedy in Columbus and a cast member from 2012-2014.

Twitter: @emmax


Better Data Persistence on Android

Margaret Maynard-Reid Margaret Maynard-Reid

Margaret is an Android Developer at General UI LLC, and an instructor of the University of Washington Android Application Development Certificate Program. She is a co-organizer of GDG Seattle and (Seattle)Eastside Android Developers meetups. She has  been working on Android Development for over three years and has worked on Android apps  such as GoToTags, Geocaching Intro, Dyne and ParkNav. She has also published her own apps on  Google Play, Amazon Appstore, Xiaomi and Baidu.

Twitter: @margaretmz


Persisting Data with SQLite Database and Content Provider

Mark Murphy Mark Murphy

Mark is the founder of CommonsWare and the author of "The Busy Coder’s Guide to Android Development." He is active in supporting the Android developer community, from answering questions on Stack Overflow to publishing sample code and reusable components as open source. A three-time entrepreneur, his experience ranges from consulting on open source and collaborative development for the Fortune 500 to application development on a myriad of platforms. A polished speaker, Mark has delivered conference presentations and training sessions on a wide array of topics internationally.

Twitter: @commonsguy


Easy Secure Internet Access in Android

Amichai Nitsan Amichai Nitsan

Amichai is a senior architect at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, focusing on mobile applications and technologies. Amichai is a freak of innovations and new ideas and runs several internal “start-up” projects inside HP Software. Over the years, Amichai has filed over 40 patents. He holds a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in computer science from the Hebrew University.


Think About Async: Understanding the Complexity of Multi-Threading

Godfrey Nolan Godfrey Nolan

Godfrey is founder and president of RIIS LLC, a mobile development firm in the Detroit Metro area. He is also author of "Bulletproof Android," "Android Best Practices," "Decompiling Java" and "Decompiling Android." Godfrey has spoken at several AnDevcons as well as JavaOne, ASP-Connections, VSLive, Codemash, Code PaLOUsa, 1DevDay and many local Java and .Net user groups on a wide range of topics such as Continuous Integration, Executable Requirements and mobile security.

Twitter: @godfreynolan


MVC, MVP and MVVM Design Patterns
Test-Driven Development

Craig Phares Craig Phares

Craig is the founder of Six Overground, a digital agency focused on building and marketing full-scale digital platforms. He has conceptualized, designed, and engineered major digital solutions for such Fortune 500 companies as HBO, M&M Mars, and Pfizer. Craig has helped a wide variety of startups go from concept to launch, and get to product/market fit, including Friended, Score Zone, and Viply. He believes whole heartedly in technology for all aspects of life, and keeps his gaze steadfastly on the horizon.

Twitter: @cphares


Bootstrapping an App for Launch

Yash Prabhu Yash Prabhu

Yash is a Senior Software Engineer and Android Team Lead at DramaFever who has been developing Android apps since 2010. She has spoken at several local meetups and conferences, including AnDevCon Boston 2015 and DroidCon NYC 2015. In her spare time, Yash volunteers at Girl Develop It Philly, Code For Philly, Google Developers Group Philly as a teaching assistant, instructor, mentor and organizer. She is currently running a five-week Android Study Jam as part of Google’s global Developer Study Jam series. Yash has an undergraduate degree in Electronics Engineering from a premier college in Bangalore, India and a Computer Science Masters degree from University of Pennsylvania.

Twitter: @yashvprabhu


Material Design implementation for Android Developers

Chris Risner Chris Risner

Chris is a Windows Azure Technical Evangelist at Microsoft, and is focused on connecting Windows Azure with mobile apps. He has been working with iOS and Android development for the past several years. Before working in mobile development, Chris worked on many large-scale enterprise applications in Java and .NET. Chris is a prodigious learner who loves technology of all flavors, and has a vast amount of experience in Smart Clients, ASP.NET MVC, C#, Java, Objective-C, Android and iOS. You can find out more about Chris at chrisrisner.com.

Twitter: @chrisrisner


Continuous Integration and Delivery of Android Apps

Vlad Shvartsman Vlad Shvartsman

Vlad has been involved with Trademark law since 1994 and has practiced Trademark law as an attorney since 2001. From 2004, he has presented lectures on Intellectual Property for the Montreal Jewish Community's Gelber Centre and Federated Press. Currently, he writes a blog on app icon trademarks at www.itrademarks.us.

Twitter: @iTMAttorney


Your Business Relies on IP, so Protect It

Clay Smith Clay Smith

Clay is a Developer Advocate at New Relic in San Francisco. He previously has worked at early-stage software companies as a senior software engineer, including founding the mobile engineering team at a PagerDuty and shipping one of the first iOS apps written in Swift. He has spoken about mobile and Web application development at O’Reilly Where 2.0, EmpireJS, Forward Web Summit, Twilio SignalConf and Node.js Interactive.

Twitter: @smithclay


High-Performance Android Networking

Mark Wickham Mark Wickham

Mark is a freelance Android developer based in China. He has lived in Beijing since 2000 where he led software development teams for Motorola, delivering infrastructure solutions to global telecommunications customers. Mark also led product management and product marketing teams for the Asia Pacific region. Mark has been involved in software and technology for more than 20 years and began to focus on the Android platform in 2009, creating private cloud and tablet based solutions for the enterprise. Mark majored in Computer Science and Physics at Creighton University in Omaha, and later obtained an MBA from the University of Washington and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Mark is also active in China as a freelance video producer, photographer, and enjoys recording live music.


Android Push Messaging
Android Sonic Boom

Karim Yaghmour Karim Yaghmour

Karim is CEO of Opersys, which specializes in Android and Embedded Linux training and development, and best defines himself as part serial entrepreneur, part unrepentant geek. He is most widely known for having written "Building Embedded Linux Systems," which sold tens of thousands of copies worldwide and has been translated into several different languages.

Karim pioneered the world of Linux tracing by introducing the Linux Trace Toolkit (LTT) in the late 1990s. He continued maintaining LTT through 2005, and was joined in this effort by developers from several companies, including IBM, Hewlett-Packard and Intel. LTT users have included Google, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Oracle, Alcatel, Nortel, Ericsson, Qualcomm, NASA, Boeing, Airbus, Sony, Samsung, NEC, Fujitsu, SGI, Red Hat, Thales, Oerlikon, Bull, Motorola, ARM and ST Micro. Other contributions include relayfs and Adeos.

Karim has presented and been published as part of a number of peer-reviewed scientific conferences, magazines and online publications, including Usenix, the Linux Kernel Summit, the Ottawa Linux Symposium, Linux Journal, the O'Reilly Network, and the Real-Time Linux Workshop.

Twitter: @karimyaghmour


Android Platform Debugging and Development
Brillo/Weave Internals
Memory Management Internals
Project Ara: Redefining Handset and Android Architecture


Embedded Android with Marshmallow

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• Downloadable conference materials

• Coffee breaks and lunch where indicated 

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