Turns out I will be speaking at the Android Developer Conference (AnDevCon) in Santa Clara, California on December 1st, 2015 to December 3rd, 2015.
If you’re unfamiliar with AnDevCon, it is a big deal. It is probably one of the better, if not the best, development conferences focusing on everything Android.
Per the AnDevCon website:
AnDevCon is the technical conference for professional software developers and engineers building Android apps. Offering mobile app development training, embedded Android secrets, and Android app development tutorials and classes, AnDevCon is the biggest, most info-packed, most practical Android conference in the world.
My presentation is titled Developing for Offline First Mobile Experiences and focuses on Android development with Couchbase Mobile for data synchronization.
An abstract for my talk can be found below:
What happens when your mobile device does not have a network connection? That device will have no content, no experience and the amazing application that you spent so much effort to build just simply will not work. In this class, you will gain knowledge in NoSQL database technologies and walk away with insights on how to create offline first applications that sync data been local devices and the cloud using Couchbase Mobile.
If you’re in the area and are interested in Android I encourage you to attend this conference. There will be a ton of excellent speakers including a bunch from Google and the Android teams.