Severn Everett (Backend Developer)
Some interesting libraries that I wasn’t familiar with yet:
Already known libs:
Simon Painter (Senior Developer)
Fun talk about the SOLID principles, with the help of some slightly imaginative examples taken from a popular SF franchise. Simon explained what are they, what nightmare scenarios can occur if they aren’t followed, and how they can subsequently be applied.
You can find this talk on the Developer Days Youtube channel as well.
Fatih Giri? (Android Lead)
How to (ab)use (Android Jetpack) Compose to generate PowerPoint slides. In the mean time he explained how Compose works.
The ComposePPT project is also available on Github.
A video of his talk (at another conference) is available on the Droidcon website.
Mangirdas Kazlauskas (GDE for Flutter & Dart)
How to use app monitoring, product metrics and UX feedback to improve your app.
Check out the full presentation on the Droidcon website.
Alex Zhukovich (Senior Android developer)
Some tips on how to write and maintain UI tests, without getting too frustrated.
Maia Grotepass (Android principal)
A comparative view of four interrelated programming paradigms: imperative, declarative, object oriented and functional – from a Kotlin perspective.
We use all four kinds while working on an Android app.
The complete presentation is available on the I Code Java SA Youtube channel.
Rick Kuipers (CTO)
Tips to help developers to make decisions.
- 7 steps to effective decision making
- Decision making framework
- Architecture Decision Record (ADR)
There’s a recap available at the DIJ.digital Youtube channel.
Rens van der Vorst (Technophilosopher)
Funny and inspirational talk about the downside(s) of technology.
I hope to see all videos from the talks on the AppDevCon website soon.