Why Projects Succeed: Lessons Learned from the Android OS

The story of how Android came to be, and how it managed to survive and thrive in a crowded field of competitors, is an interesting story of people, teams, and vision. But it's also an educational tale of how products can succeed, which can help inform future ideas, startups, companies, acquisitions, and projects throughout tech and business overall.

Oct 27, 2021, 12:00 – 1:30 PM

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About this event

The story of how Android came to be, and how it managed to survive and thrive in a crowded field of competitors, is an interesting story of people, teams, and vision. But it's also an educational tale of how products can succeed, which can help inform future ideas, startups, companies, acquisitions, and projects throughout tech and business overall.

This session will draw from the recently published book, Androids: the Team That Built the Android Operating System, to see what we can all learn from the Android project, which started as two people building a camera OS and resulted in a platform running on more than 3 billion devices today.

Event Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCl74DKUajQ

Speaker

  • Chet Haase

    Google

    Android Graphics Engineer

Hosts

  • Weiyuan Liu

    Ascenda

    Senior Engineering Manager, GCP Google Developer Expert

  • Julius Uy

    Zilearn

    CTO

  • Desmond Teo

    GDG Singapore

    Event Organizer

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Big O(n) Development

Organizers

  • Daniel Low

    Community Builder

  • Isuru Abeywardana

    Software Engineer

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