With the announcement of Compose becoming stable in July, it is about time to start looking at it. Learn in this session what is Compose and Declarative Programming, what changes from the previous XML approach design, and how to use it in Modern Android Development.
We would like to invite you to join our evening Google IO Extended 2021 Perth that will be held:
Date: 15 June 2021
Time: 4-5 pm (Singapore Time or Perth Time, GMT+8)
Place: Online (Zoom)
Registration: GDG Community Dev Website
Topic: Compose and Declarative Programming
Speaker: Enrique López Mañas
Enrique López Mañas is a software engineer focused on Android and back-end development with Java/Kotlin. As a contractor, he has filled his hours with an eclectic variety of technologies: TensorFlow, iOS, Swift, NodeJS, RoR, and Python. Before Living by the Code, he published Android High Performance, 100 Android Questions and Answers, and 100 iOS Questions and Answers.
He has been a member of the Google Developer Expert crew since 2014. Besides his programming duties, he also runs a few side projects. He is the editor and maintainer of Kotlin Weekly, a mailing list that delivers news about the Kotlin universe every Sunday. He is the organizer of Kotlin Users Meetup Group Munich and Droidcon Vietnam. He speaks monthly on the I/O Investing podcast about finances and investing.
He reads, writes, and runs long distances for extended periods of time in his free time. Over time, he has developed an interest in finances, communities, science fiction, and high-performance sports. He tries to practice transparency and shares as much as he can on his Twitter account (@eenriquelopez)