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Android Developers Day


We welcome everyone interested in Android. Come to Ankara and join us in June.
ADD (Android Developer Days) is now reloading for 2013. ADD 2013 will take place on June 14/15, 2013 in METU Cultural and Convention Center. ADD 2013 is targeted to be the one of the biggest international tech related organization in this region. ADD 2013 will have more participants, more fun, more networking and more inspiration. (The first ADD(Android Developer Days) was on May 21/22, 2012. There were 700 participants and more than 30 speakers.)
You can join the conference with the followings:
  • Presentations that is 15-20 minutes or 40-45 minutes long.
  • Quickie: 10 minute presentation in small rooms.
  • Poster: You can show your applications in a place dedicated for posters.
  • Workshop: Presentations with hands on coding, 40 minutes long.
Indicate your contribution in OpenConf and please indicate how much your presentation is going to take when submitting it to OpenConf Deadline of Call for Submissions is 1st May 2013.
Subjects:
  • Future Technologies
  • Mobile World
    • Future of Mobile World
    • New Generation Mobile Devices (Project Glass)
  • Android OS
    • Future Versions
    • Android in Different Architectures
    • Android in Different Areas(Industry, Defense, Home Electronics etc.)
  • Android App Development
    • New Features and Capabilities
    • App Development Best Practises
    • Android SDK Tools
    • UI(User Interface) / UX (User Experience) Design
    • App Monetization
      • Ad Integration
      • In-app Billing
    • User Statistics
  • Android NDK
  • Cross Platform App Development Frameworks
  • HTML5
  • Javascript
  • Game Development
  • Google TV
  • Google Playstore
  • Communication Solutions (NFC, Bluetooth, Wi-fi)
  • 3G, 4G Wide Band Communication
  • Cloud
    • Google Cloud Messaging for Android
    • Google App Engine
  • Augmented Reality
  • Social Media
  • Location Based Services and Maps
  • Mobile Education (Fatih Project)
  • Mobile Payment
  • Security
  • Arduino
  • Software Development Methodologies
  • Success Stories
  • GWT
Moreover we appreciate all different ideas and papers beyond subjects above.
Keep in touch ;)

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