Android Summit 2016 is a two-day multi-track conference focused on designing, developing and testing for Android. It is the second annual event dedicated to Android in the Washington, DC area.
Day 1: Android Summit Conference (space is limited to 250 attendees)
Day 2: Android Summit Hackathon (space is limited to 100 participants)
- Learn more about Android development, design and testing
- Meet other developers, designers, testers and enthusiasts
- Eat lots of food
- Get a limited-edition t-shirt
- Join us for the hackathon on day 2!
- Join us as we celebrate our 2nd year together!
Here are our speakers:
- Mark Murphy @commonsguy
- Corey Latislaw @colabug
- Huyen Tue Dao @queencodemonkey
- Jared Sheehan @jayroo5245
- Tom Belk @yldsmith
- Ed Murphy @edwardvmurphy
- Evan Coutre @evancoutre
- Max Ignatyev @maksimIgnatyev
- Liam Spradlin @liamspradlin
- Margaret Haag @mgarethaag
- Amanda Legge @amandalegge13
- More to be announced soon!
Thanks to Capital One for sponsoring us and hosting us!
Interested in presenting or have questions? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can get more information at http://androidsummit.org
When & Where
Women Who Code
Women Who Code (WWCode) is an award-winning global nonprofit and 2016 Y Combinator company. This organization supports 80,000 members in their careers in tech, every step of the way. We offer 1,500+ free technical trainings and events per year, a global leadership program, scholarships and have networks in 20 countries and 60+ cities, with a 55 city waitlist for expansion. We work with companies as well, to bring leadership and inclusion programs to the workplace, and have launched technology aimed at hacking bias. Women Who Code is shaping the industry and changing lives.