Speaker: Jayesh Elamgodil - Android Developer @The Washington Post - He is an Android developer currently working on Post's Flagship applications . And when gradle is busy building he spends some of his time on stackoverflow.com and androiddev subreddit
Title: Data Synchronization Made Easy
Description: The sync adapter framework is one of the most underrated assets of the Android platform. It helps you build an app that can keep data up to date while being friendly on battery and improve offline experience. The goal is to show how to make your app efficient and robust when it comes to data synchronization by using sync adapters. We'll also cover some pitfalls you might encounter while using sync services and how to avoid them. You will walk out with some ideas you can implement in your own apps!If you have a lot of metro riders using your app, they will thank you!
Location: 1301 K St NW, Washington, DC 20071
6:00-6:30 pm - Check-In & Networking (with Food/Drinks/Beer)
6:30 pm - Nerd out with Jayesh begins!
8:00 pm - Q&A/Networking/Socializing
Parking: There is some but you probably have to pay. Not sure, take the metro =)
This event is Metro accessible, very close to McPhearson Square metro stop:
1301 K St NW, Washington, DC 20071
Event Max: 60
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