We are teaming up with GDG Android Columbia (as the main host) and several other GDG chapters around the world to bring you a new edition of "Android Worldwide".
As in our last event, we've selected Remo.co as a videoconferencing tool. To check if your computer is ready for participation, please run the Remo System Check: https://remo.co/mic-cam-test/
The event is set for two hours long, but we've set aside plenty of time to engage in friendly conversations between us and our fellow community members around the globe :)
You are welcome to register here, on Meetup, where we're emphasizing the event that's most convenient for our community. But, to get access to the call, and to be aware of the other two events as well, please register on Eventbrite- don't worry, it's free.
For this meetup, we are honored to have Andrew Bailey from Big Nerd Ranch presenting a topic surrounding Falsehoods Android Developers Believe About Lifecycles.
6:30PM: Falsehoods Android Developers Believe About Lifecycles by Andrew Bailey
7:30PM: More socializing
Lifecycles are what drive your Android apps, but developers often overlook edge cases that lead to lost user inputs and mysterious crashes. This talk will focus on assumptions that you might be making in your Activities and Fragments, where those assumptions fall apart, and what you should do to avoid deviously subtle lifecycle-related issues in your apps. These are details that trip up both junior and experienced developers, so regardless of your experience, this talk will bring a new perspective to how you think about lifecycles.
We are so excited about this and we can't wait to see you (virtually) there!
Cross-posted here: https://www.meetup.com/GDG-Android-Columbus/events/273007307
Mobile Software Engineer