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We know you dream big and we know you will love and android device (mobile, smartwatch...) that will work flawless with a battery that last for a month! Well, you are not alone in this world. Nowadays, even if all developers around the globe follow the most strict guidelines and produce the most amazing code, is technically an impossible dream...or maybe not!
In this talk we will guide you briefly through the history of Android, mobiles architectures, the Kernel, where are we standing now and where are we heading too.
Using plain and simple example we will show you the “goods” and the “bads” of the software (Linux kernel) and hardware (microprocessors) designs and how its affect to the performance of current a Android platform devices. Once you have this inside of how of how the lowest level of Android works, it will be much easier for you as a developer, to help the actual kernel to take better decisions.
But as we promised, we will also show you a bit of the future, at Least at kernel level; and how, a good kernel implementation will reduce most of the current problems of android mobile platforms.
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Carlos is an inventor, coder, hacker, visionary and a little bit crazy (just a little). He has worked as a support engineer for a big project in EMC and for many years as a CTO of his own businesses.
Unai is philomath/sophophile, coach, manager in his heart and IT as a career, unstoppable traveller and father of two little angels. He has worked in different big IT companies such as T-Systems and EDS as a support engineer and as an international consultant in a far, far away country.