Global News February

February 25, 2016

Ein Droidbot-Aufsteller auf der Droidcon Berlin am 04.06.2015 im Postbahnhof in Berlin. Foto: Gregor Fischer / Droidcon Berlin

Photo: cc-by-sa 2.0 Gregor Fischer

Next droidcons


It‘s February already which means droidcon season 2016 is about to kick off. First one up is  droidcon Tunisia (March, 5th-6th), supported by Smart Tunisia for the first time! Check out this year‘s speaker lineup here:


droidcon Bucharest will be opening in March, 12th-13th. Get your ticket now! It’s also included in Intels sponsorship program for female developers. Learn more here:


On a less happy note, droidcon Montreal 2016 got canceled. But you should totally go to droidcon San Francisco that will take place on March, 16th -17th. They just announced their keynote speakers: Chet Haase and Romain Guy of Google will be talking about Android development today. Here’s is the full speaker lineup:


Next up in line is Dubai, hosting droidcon for the second time this year from March, 25th to March, 27th. The call for papers is still open (deadline: February, 28th) and they already announced some amazing speakers: Savvas Dalkitsis of Shazam, Xavi Rigau of Novoda and many others. Check out the full lineup here:


Call for papers


Droidcon Bangalore’s call for papers is opened now! The conference will take place in November, 10th – 11th, so make sure to submit your ideas. More infos here:




In case you want to reminisce about the good old droidcon 2015 days take a look at last year’s droidcon NYC or check the droidcon Krakow youtube channel for a recap videos and newly released talks from December, 2015.
Droidcon Bangalore updated their Flickr, too.


Stay tuned for more updates!


    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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