Are you looking for solutions to the memory management challenges when working with reactive apps? Join Francisco "Paco" Estevez at this month's droidcon Bytes to learn about the best ways to make your fully reactive apps the best they can be.
Tonight, Paco will cover some of the memory management challenges when working with reactive apps. What are leaks, how they are created when working with Observable chains, and provide advice on how to avoid them. This talk is more suitable for people with intermediate experience with RxJava that have watched Fully Reactive Apps.
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Memory and lifecycle management in Fully Reactive Apps with Francisco "Paco" Estevez!
My name is Francisco (Paco), an Android developer with 5 years experience delivering greenfield projects for multiple companies. I have worked internally at Thomson Reuters on MVPs with early prototypes of Google Glass, Android Auto, Android Wear, or Android TV. Then I delivered video to millions of athletes around the world with Hudl. In my current role at Facebook we're give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected.