The Android Developer Conference III will take place in San Francisco on 14-17 May 2012. This technical conference is exclusively reserved to Android developers and provides classes, workshops and keynotes related to Android development. There will also be an exhibition hall where Android apps and development tools will be showcased.
The workshops and classes schedule does not appear to be available just yet for AnDevCon III, but the different sessions will be organized into five subject area:
- Developer Essentials: These technical classes and workshops are for all Android developers and cover all programming topics.
- Android Enterprise: These technical sessions cover topics specific to building and managing apps for employees, business customers and partners, such as back-end integration corporate data center communications, ERP or CRM systems.
- Android Business: These classes and workshops are for entrepreneurial developers who want to learn the most effective ways of distributing and selling Android apps, including how to maximize profit through the Android Market.
- Android Tablets and beyond: These classes and workshops are specific to commercial devices beyond smartphones, including tablets, Google TV, and other platforms.
- Embedded Android: These classes and workshops are for developers working close to the hardware, such as on custom devices, or diving deep into the internals of this flavor of embedded Linux.
You can register for the conference now and the best discount is available before the 30th of December 2011.
Here’s the price list for different registration dates and passes. Access to the exhibition hall is free of charge.
|Conference Pricing||BY DEC. 30||BY FEB. 3||BY MARCH 2||BY APRIL 6||BY MAY 4||AFTER MAY 4|
PLUS Pre-Conference Workshops
|3-day Passport Only|
|Exhibit Hall Only|
Discounts are available for group buying (> 3 tickets), government employees (why?), educational institution and non-profit organizations.
More details on registration are available on AnDevCon III Registration page.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.