Global news April

April 20, 2016



droidcon season is in full swing, and there’s a lot of great news to share:


Upcoming droidcons:


droidcon Zagreb is getting ready to welcome tech-head community for the second time on April, 28-29 opening the conference with a hackathon on April, 27. You can still be a part of it! Get your tickets here. Check out their speaker lineup and make sure to follow their Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for updates!


Call for papers:


We are very excited to announce a new location for droidcon – Vienna! The conference will take place on September, 16-17 at Technikum Wien. 200+ Android developers are expected to participate in the conference that will offer 20+ sessions in the course of two days.  Call for papers is now opened! Read more on the submissions requirements and submit your proposals here. Submission deadline is May, 15.


droidcon London, the largest Android conference in Europe will take place on October, 27-28 and call for papers has already been launched! Make sure to get your voice heard and submit your proposal here. Visit the website for more infos on the location, ticket prices and volunteer possibilities.




droidcon came to San Francisco for the first time this year and it went down amazingly well! Here’s a photo recap. Some of the talks are already up on Youtube (e.g. keynote talk on Android development today by Chet Haase and Romain Guy), make sure the check out their video channel and stay tuned for more updates!


doridcon Italy took place on April, 7-8 in beautiful Torino for the third time. Here’s a quick interview with the organizers (in Italian). Skim their Facebook and Twitter feeds for a quick overview and first photos and videos from the event!


    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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