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Most Android apps nowadays are a front or local client for online services, from backing up data to the cloud to providing a cross platform service. This requires developers to have access to not just an Android environment, but also to a staging server that they can mess with.
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Using Ubuntu to develop cloud-connected Android apps
Victor is the Commercial Engineering Director at Canonical. Prior to joining Canonical, Victor spent 8 years in the Mobile industry and he is currently involved in the Ubuntu for Android project.