👉UPDATE: We've migrated the event over to Google's new Meetup alternative GDG Dev Community platform, over at https://gdg.community.dev/events/details/google-gdg-bucharest-presents-whats-new-in-android-11
Please RSVP using this link in order to participate in the event.
As part of the official #11WeeksOfAndroid series of events, we bring you our 2nd Android meetup of the year, centered around t
As part of the official #11WeeksOfAndroid series of events, we bring you our 2nd Android meetup of the year, centered around the launch of Android 11. We'll be hearing all about what's new in the upcoming release of our favorite platform and what you need to do in order to prepare for it, as well as details about some of the new libraries released by Google.
Since unfortunately, COVID is still a major issue during this period, we will be hosting this event online, so everybody will be safe.
18:00 - 18:15 | Welcome participants 👉18:10 - 18:30 | What's new in Android 11 @Cosmin Ștefan 👉18:30 - 19:00 | Dependency Injection in Android with Hilt @Manuel Ernesto 👉19:00 - 19:30 | Jetpack Compose @Wolfram Rittmeyer 👉19:30 - 20:00 | Navigation library @Carlo Lucera
🕵️♀️ Full-stack software engineer, with the main focus on Android and leader of the team developing native apps at the company he founded, Cosmin has joined the Android universe more than 7 years ago and has been passionate about building best-in-class mobile apps ever since. He believes great architecture and clean code are a must for an excelling product. He loves to travel.
🕵️♀️ Manuel Ernesto is a Senior Software Engineer at Disruption Lab (powered by ATLANTICO), based in Angola. He works with Android Development since 2015. He is also an Organizer of GDG Lubango and Co-Organizer of GDG Luanda.
🕵️♀️ Wolfram Rittmeyer is an Android developer since 2012 and has been blogging about it ever since. He's very active in the Android community, likes to speak at Devfests and conferences, and is co-organizer of the GDG, Düsseldorf. He's a Google Developer Expert for Android as well as for the Google Assistant. Currently, he works as a freelancer. Of course, not everything is tech. As a family guy, Wolfram is a proud father of his two sons, Linus and Niklas. Incidentally, they are also a nice source of inspiration when it comes to tech tinkering.
🕵️♀️ Carlo Lucera, known as HatDroid a Technology enthusiast and an Android developer, always in search of new technologies and strategies to improve. Always ready to share his experiences to help communities grow.