AnDevcon 2014 is Nov 18th in SF: Save $200 to see Reto Meier and more!


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The annual Android Developers Conference — known affectionately as AnDevCon — is fast approaching, and there’s good reason to attend if you haven’t already punched a ticket. The November 18th-21st San Francisco event will allow developers to get up close and personal with many developer experts, including a sizable roster of brains from within the Googleplex.

Some of the more notable names include Google’s head developer advocate Reto Meier, as well as long-time Android figurehead Romain Guy. Also on tap will be exhibits from Google, Amazon, Sony, Samsung, AT&T, HTC, Blackberry and a whole lot more. You’ll be treated to keynotes and sessions galore, with many of them focused squarely on the exciting release of Android 5.0 Lollipop.

Interested in attending? You can pony up $35 for endless access to the main exhibition hall, but if you opt for the more juicy 3-day or 4-day pass you can get an extra $200 off your ticket. Just use the promo code ANDROID at checkout in order to receive your savings. Be sure to explore other discount opportunities (such as those for groups, students or government employees) over at the AnDevCon website at your earliest convenience. Last, but not least? Mark those calendars because you won’t want to miss out on any of it!

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Sometimes I wish I lived on the West Side. All of us Developers over here on the East Coast miss out on so many events. Should be a great event to attend!

    1. It alternates between the East and West Coast. Next East Coast AnDevCon is in Boston July 29th-31st next year. I’ll be presenting at the upcoming one on OpenGL ES 3.1 and Lollipop showing off how to access compute shaders from Java & Android Studio on the Nexus 9 & perhaps 6 if it arrives in time!

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