Global News Round-up June

June 22, 2015

We are happy to look back on two successful droicons – droidcon Berlin and droidcon Tel Aviv.

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The 7th edition of droidcon Berlin took place at Postbahnhof Berlin and hosted 90+ speakers and more than 800 attendees. More than 40 hours of program have been recorded and made available online. Amongst numerous interesting talks, the inspiring keynote speakers Lucas Rocha and Janne Jul Jensen stood out and easily filled the auditorium at stage 1. To get a better impression, please feel free to have a look at our flickr account or take your time to watch the session recordings via our Youtube channel.

 

Barely a week later, the droidcon Tel Aviv opened its doors on the 10th of June at YesPlanet Rishon. 37 speakers contributed to a high quality program of more than 30 hours attracted more than 700 participants. Have a look at some photos of the program and the exhibition area. Find all slides here: http://www.slideshare.net/droidcontlv

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To give a brief prospect, we are more than happy to announce two further droidcons taking place in this year: droidcon Stockholm will be held from September 3-4 whereas droidcon Greece is going to start exactly one week later (September 10-12, 2015) The call for papers are open for droidcon Stockholm as well as for Greece so now is the time to get involved!

 

Keep in mind: The female sponsorship program provided by Intel® Software is still open for your application. It’s a financial support program that includes reduced tickets and refunds for your travel and accommodation costs.

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    Droidcon is the largest global network of developer conferences with a focus on the best in Android. We are dedicated to supporting the Android platform and creating a neutral global network for developers and companies. Our first droidcon conference was held in 2009 in Berlin and since then it has spread to over 20 countries across 4 continents, thus rapidly extending our community-driven conference format around the globe.

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