The Mobile Dev + Test conference program is designed to help developers and app development teams, at every experience level, stay on top of the latest innovations and challenges in mobile and Android. Learn from both experts in Android development such as Luke Wallace and Ken Kousen, as well as peers and discover tips and tricks to help you stay ahead of the game, hone your skills, and solve existing problems.

Bonus Session—Designing Apps for Android Devices

Join Luke Wallace and other Android developers Friday, April 22 for this interactive, half-day bonus session, Designing Apps for Android Devices. Exchange ideas and experiences with other Android developers and designers, learn design principles that guide the Android team within Google itself, and explore the unique challenges facing Android development and design. Hear from like-minded peers what’s working—and not working, and share your experiences in a team setting. You’ll also have hands-on exercises and work on your own app ideas!


Mobile Dev + Test has a wide variety of Android topics this year, including:

  •      Android Development Introduction: A Hands-On Workshop
  •      Advanced Android Development  
  •      Prototyping Wearable Devices Using Android
  •      Building Connected and Disconnected Mobile Applications
  •      Gradle for Android Developers
  •      Balancing New Tools and Technologies vs. Risk

Register using the exclusive Android Police discount code, MDT16AP to save up to $200 off in addition to super early bird and early bird pricing! Great news: It's not too late to save up to $600 off—super early bird pricing has been extended until THIS Friday, February 26. If you need more time to get approval, don't worry, registering by Friday, March 19 allows you to save up to $400 off when combining early bird pricing with code MDT16AP (valid on packages over $400, discount is dependent on package selected).  ​


We hope to see you there!

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