Source: Previewing #AndroidDevSummit: Sessions, App, & Livestream Details from Android Developer
In two weeks, we’ll be welcoming Android developers from around the world at Android Dev Summit 2019, broadcasting live from the Google Events Center (MP7) in Sunnyvale, CA on October 23 & 24. Whether you’re joining us in person or via the livestream, we’ve got a great show planned for you; starting today, you can read more details about the keynote, sessions, codelabs, sandbox, the mobile app, and how online viewers can participate.
The summit kicks off on October 23 at 10 a.m. PDT with a keynote, where you’ll hear from Dave Burke, VP Engineering for Android, and others on the present and future of Android development. From there, we’ll dive into two days of deep technical content from the Android engineering team, on topics such as Android platform, Android Studio, Android Jetpack, Kotlin, Google Play, and more.
The full agenda is now available, so you can start to plan your summit experience. We’ll also have demos in the sandbox, hands-on learning with codelabs, plus exclusive content for those watching on the livestream.
The official app for Android Dev Summit 2019 has started rolling out on Google Play. With the app, you can explore the agenda by searching through topics and speakers. Plan your summit experience by saving events to your personalized schedule. You’ll be able to watch the livestream and find recordings after sessions occur, and more. (By the way, the app is also an Instant app, so with one tap you can try it out first before installing!)
2019 #AndroidDevSummit app
We’ll be broadcasting live on YouTube and Twitter starting October 23 at 10 a.m. PDT. In addition to a front row seat to over 25 Android sessions, there will be exclusive online-only content and an opportunity to have your most pressing Android development questions answered live, broadcast right from the event.
Tweet us your best questions using the hashtag #AskAndroid in the lead-up to the Android Dev Summit. We’ve gathered experts from Jetpack to Kotlin to Android 10, so we’ve got you covered. We’ll be answering your questions live between sessions on the livestream. Plus, we will share updates directly from the Google Events Center to our social channels, so be sure to follow along!