This Thursday QArea team is visiting Italy to meet fellow developers from around the globe and learn new Android practices at the Droidcon event.
Droidcon 2014, 6-7 February, Turin, Italy
All Android enthusiasts from around the world will gather at Torino Incontra, a conference center in the heart of the city of Turin. Droidcon Italy 2014 will last for two days during which a lot of Android speeches, talks and hands-on workshops on will be held. 43 great speakers from Italy, Germany, the UK, the USA and the Netherlands will present their speeches in English and Italian.
Droidcon organizers host this worldwide event to encourage all Android enthusiasts to participate in multiple discussions, share their ideas and practices, bring forth some new mobile development solutions and make the best of Android. Droidcon has been hosted repeatedly across the world since 2009. Developers have attended Droidcon meetups in Berlin, Madrid, Paris, London, Brussels, India and other places so far. The conference covers every Android aspect, from mobile devices to cars, TV, gaming etc. The first Droidcon in Italy is held this year.
Main Android Issues:
- Advertising etc.
QArea developers are very excited about the forthcoming Droidcon event. They are sure to learn lots of new and helpful things they are striving for there. The participants from QArea are especially enthusiastic about talking to Android experts and discussing some very actual issues with developer fellows to get more knowledge about new Android techniques.
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