Laurence Moroney Developer Advocate at Google, Google
Laurence Moroney has authored more programming books than he can remember.
A well known speaker at conferences such as Google I/O, Microsoft Build, and others, he is passionate about mobile development, and Android in particular. When not messing around with development, he is a published Sci-Fi novelist and produced screenwriter.
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Andrea Falcone Software Engineer, Twitter
Andrea Falcone is a Senior Software Engineer at Twitter. She has worked on many parts of Fabric, building the Android tooling, including Android Studio Plugin, Crashlytics Android SDK, Gradle plugin and Beta by Crashlytics. She is currently working on fastlane, an open source release process automation suite. Past talks: github.com/asfalcone/talks
Gautier Mechling Software Craftsman, happn, Paris
Gautier is an aspiring Software Craftsman at happn in Paris, France. Agile thinker passionate in Android Development, he creates and maintains some FOSS tools to improve productivity. Talk to him about Kotlin, Clean Code, or Free Software and you will see his eyes light up.
Daniel Hartwich , XING
Daniel Hartwich is an aspiring Android Developer at the German company XING AG located in Hamburg. He has been programming for the Android platform since 2013. Whenever Google releases anything new regarding Android, Daniel instantly gets interested and investigates everything - up to the smallest detail.
Kristijan Jurković Android Team Lead, Infinum
My programming path went from HTML, CSS and PHP/MySQL and ERP and BI Systems to Mobile development. With roughly 10 years of total programming experience and 6 years in mobile development, I became an Android team lead in an awesome cool young company from Zagreb - Infinum. Besides programming and learning new stuff, I enjoy reading a good book or getting wasted as noob in Counter Strike:GO.
David Schreiber-Ranner , PSPDFKit
Željko Plesac , Infinum
Željko has been a part of the Infinum Android team for 3 years. He has mastered all those nasty bugs and errors which can occur while developing even the most complicated projects. His passions include ORM libraries and frameworks, Android Studio and contributing to open source. His love for Android Studio can only be matched by his hatred for Eclipse
Hasan Hoşgel Google Developer Expert, ImmobilienScout24
Hasan Hoşgel is a dedicated Android developer and a Google Developer Export for Android with over fiveteen years of professional programming experience. Since 2010 doing all day long Android application development. Continuous improvement of the architecture, performance and also quality are his dedication. He works since 2006 for ImmobilienScout24, Germany’s real estate marketplace leader. With a short intermezzo at Kitchen Stories, which offered a premium cooking application. As a co-organizer of the “GDG Berlin Android” and as a speaker he attended many mobile conferences and several Google Developer Groups across Europe. As well being in program committees and organization of mobile conferences.
Ana Baotić Technical Manager Mobile Banking, Infinum
During college I got involved in e-learning projects where I developed in Java, and ended up in love with it. After graduation I got a job at Infinum as an Android developer, and have been working there ever since. By the end of 2014. I switched from various project in the telecommunication, medical and travel industry to mobile banking, where I became the Technical Manager of Mobile Banking in early 2016. My responsibilities include researching new technology and advancements in security, making sure new practices are implemented and generally pushing things forward in the right direction. I love making quality, reliable products. Apart from the effort you put in the architecture of the project, I believe that the details will define the difference between good and really amazing. We prefer amazing.
Svetlana Isakova Developer Advocate, JetBrains
Svetlana is a Developer Advocate at JetBrains. She's been working on the Kotlin language (kotlinlang.org) since 2011. She is one of the authors of the 'Kotlin in Action' book.
Sina Grunau Android Developer, c4c Engineering
Sina is a passionate Android developer since the early days of the platform. At c4c Engineering she spends a lot of time developing apps in the automotive and industrial area. She is interested in everything that improves and simplifies app development, such as continuous integration, architecture patterns, quality checks and testing.
Christian Dziuba Android Developer, c4c Engineering
Christian started Android development way back in 2009 during college when everybody still thought iPhones were the coolest gadgets in town. During his diploma thesis he did a lot of research about concepts of integrating smartphones into vehicles. He currently works at c4c Engineering where he spends his time working on automotive apps. He is always curious about new technologies, cool gadgets and the latest features of the Android platform. If he sees fancy and well-thought-out user interfaces build upon Material Design, his eyes will start to shine.
Patrick Löwenstein Android Developer, Tailored Apps
Patrick Löwenstein is a Vienna based Android developer, currently working at Tailored Apps. Also, he is studying for his Master's degree in Computer Sciences at the Vienna University of Technology. Patrick also has an Android dev blog and is active on GitHub.
Daniel Niedermühlbichler Android Developer, Shpock
Born in Vienna in 1986 & still living there. Using Java for 15 years, coding for the Android platform since 2009. Started as a freelancer at that time and implemented Android apps for clients like the Vienna based football club Austria Wien, the Raiffeisen bank, pharmaceutical companies Bayer and Gilead, also sport apps for the public television broadcaster ORF, and the biggest delivery service platform in Austria: Mjam. Since beginning of 2016 working in the Android team of the Vienna based startup Shpock.
Serghei (Serj) Lotutovici Senior Android Developer, XING
Serj is an Android Developer at XING, GDG Hamburg organizer and Clean Architecture geek. He is responsible for the framework part that drives the XING Main App, along side other mobile products. He is known for his passion for clean and sustainable code. DI is his middle name, Jenkins is his best friend and he eats Gradle for lunch. You will never hear him 'showing-of' a feature, but he will not miss an opportunity to tell you about 'this cool new library' or 'this awesome design pattern'.
Tim Messerschmidt Developer Relations, Google
Tim Messerschmidt oversees Germany as Regional Lead for Google's Developer Relations team. When not working with Android, he loves building backends with Node.js and researching user authentication concepts. Recently, Tim co-authored a book about identity concepts and data security. Before joining Google, Tim ran PayPal's Developer Relations team across EMEA and APAC.
Joe Birch Android Engineer, Buffer
I’m an Android Engineer based in Brighton, UK working on the Android team at Buffer.
I’m passionate about coding and love creating robust, polished and exciting projects for mobile, the web, TV, wearables and I’ll probably be toying with whatever the new thing is at the time you’re reading this – I love to be constantly learning.I’m also a keen writer as I love to share my learnings and experiences with others.
When I’m not doing the above, you’ll find me with my camera, socialising, running, at the gym, playing Bass / Guitar or finding something new to engage myself in.
Matthias Friedrich Android Developer, Jimdo
As Android user from the beginning, Matthias started to develop for the platform with version 1.6 in 2009. Since then he is following its progress very enthusiastically and worked on several applications, big and small, featured in the Play Store and as specialized customer solutions. During these years, he also co-founded the GDG Bremen and GDG Hamburg Android, gave several Android related talks and organized developer events around Google technologies in general. Right now he is a Android developer at the Hamburg based startup Jimdo.
Hans-Christoph Steiner Researcher, Guardian Project
Hans-Christoph Steiner is a researcher and hacker with Guardian Project working to make private-by-design easy for all to achieve. He spends his time making software as private as possible yet usable by everyone, designing digital interactions focused on perceptual capabilities, and composing music with computers. With an emphasis on collaboration, he works in many forms, including free software for mobile and embedded devices, responsive sound environments, free wireless networks that build community, musical robots that listen, programming environments to let you play with math, and a jet-powered fish that you can ride. To further his research, he teaches and works at various community centers and organizes open, collaborative hacklabs and open barcamp conferences. He is currently focused on building the most flexible, private, and secure app store as well as teaching digital security, interaction design, and media programming at workshops around and universities around the world.