At last year's Google I/O a new way to create UIs for Android was presented: Jetpack Compose. It was pre-alpha when announce and is still in heavy development - but it's going to be the future for Android UIs and it's high time to learn about it. If you come from the web, Flutter or from iOS, you most likely will find many familiarities to React, Flutters UI-toolkit or to SwiftUI.
In this presentation Wolfram Rittmeyer is talking about the background of Jetpack Compose and afterwards is going to create a simple two-page sample to show what already is possible and how to achieve results easily with Jetpack Compose.
Google Developer Expert for Android
Wolfram 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, Dusseldorf. He's an 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.