Sometimes developers are too shy to share their code or their findings. They see some opinionated big names in the community arguing on tech choices or best practices and they might be too scared to step in with their work.
This talk provides a short walk through the past few years to highlight how the developer community has evolved. Then we will see what the definition of a community is, what keeps people connected, and how this applies in the Android community. Finally we will see how you can contribute to make the culture more fair and supportive, and make everyone feel more part of the community.
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Be together, not the same
Romain is a passionate Android developer who has been building apps since Android Froyo. He is currently working for Songkick as a happy Android developer. In the past he worked for Microsoft as well as building useless/fun apps with GIFs and animations.
Anastasia Lopez is a very passionate Software Engineer, working @ Memrise as an Android developer. She like cupcakes, chocolate, and all types of sweets, which is probably what led her to the Android world.