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Android Developer Days Newsletter #6

Android Developer Days 16/17 May 2014, METU CCC, Ankara

Welcome to the April newsletter :) We will be sharing developments with you in this newsletter.

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Apply for Mobile Hackathon!

Mobile Hackathon starts on 16.05.2014 at 13:30(1:30 PM) and ends on 17.05.2014 at 13:30(1:30 PM). Foods and drinks will be supplied by our sponsors all along the 24 hours.

If you want to meet new people, win prizes(prizes seems to be some smartphones and tables will be announced later), gain experience and share the excitement of the competition by joining the event, fill the form and register to Mobile Hackathon now!

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In April Newsletter we also want to introduce you some of the speakers as we did in previous newsletters.

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Featured Speakers

Michel Racic - Like usual around here, I'm a coding and technology freak. I finished my bachelor of engineering in computer science or on german ""Dipl. Ing."" and most of the time I’m coding in Java. In my day job I work as a Software Engineer specialized on Automation and deal with all kind of Software from Native over Web into Mainframe where I use existing tools or write my own testing apps / libraries / frameworks. In the night I'm mostly focused on Android or other fast living technology.

Mario Viviani is an Android Developer since 2010. He has published more than 90 apps on Google Play. In 2011 Mario decided to create the startup Mariux Apps, based in Milan, Italy, focused on Mobile Applications Development. He's member of Talent Garden, a network of co-working spaces focused on digital and innovation. As Mariux Apps his products received 12.000.000+ total downloads and are currently ranked in the Top 100 apps in a lot of Categories in Google Play. At Mariux Apps hes's also working as Leap Motion developer, focusing on hand gestures-based UX. Mario is really active in the Android community, attending a lot of events worldwide, helping Android developers build new, compelling and well-received apps. He's been nominated Google Developer Expert (GDE) for Android by Google in 2013.

Paresh is a mobile application developer with 4 years of apps development experience. Currently he is Sr. Software Engineer at InfoStretch Solutions Pvt. Ltd, India. He has been exploring android development since Android 1.5. His passion for Google Technologies brought him to lead GDG - Ahmedabad, India. He is very active in supporting Android developers community in India and worldwide be it through his tech blog "TechnoTalkative" or through StackOverflow

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Iordanis Giannakakis is a software engineer with eight years of experience on the full stack. Based in London, he is currently the Android team lead at Shazam, where he is trying to promote BDD and software craftsmanship to developers that share the same passion.

Denis Filippov has been developing products and services, which employ speech recognition technology at Yandex since 2012. He is the founder of a startup for voice search for online or telephone services. Denis has an MBA degree in information technology management.

Alexander Panin has been working on client-side speech recognition at Yandex since 2012. Previously, he was developing tools for industrial equipment monitoring. Alexander has a PhD degree in mathematical modelling."

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Alexander Kochubey At Yandex Alexander has been managing the development of such products and services as Yandex.Store, Yandex.Metro and Yandex.Metrica for apps. Previously he led a data-transmission network group at a telecommunications company. Alexander holds an engineer's degree in computer security.

İ Founder and Partner.He is graduated from İstanbul Kültür üniversity department of computer engineering . He is sharing papers about enterpreneurship in his blog to share his experiences. Yaşar who is developing internet projects since 1999 is still partner and founder at and manages and"

Involved as organizer of the Brussels Google Technology User Group (BruGTUG), Pieter-Jan has brought extended hackathon formats, such as Global Android Dev Camp and V Hack Android, to European soil. He has been a ""professional"" hobby developer of Android apps since the very start of the platform. Some of his code is part of open source Android (AOSP), and some is not, but he considers it to be no less useful :-).

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Geographic Distribution of Registrations

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