Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Devoxx 2011 Recordings: Now Free on

All of the recordings of the technical sessions I gave with Romain Guy at Devoxx 2011 are now free on the site. This means that you'll have a chance to watch them all before we go to Antwerp next month and present several more sessions. Which means we'll need another five hours of new material. Dangit.

In the meantime:

Android Awesomeness (Part 1 and Part 2)
This vaguely-titled talk was in two parts. In the first half, Romain and I did a very quick introduction to the Android 4.0 release. The second half was more interactive, as we showed how we use the tools that ship with the SDK to debug performance, memory, and UI issues.
You can also download the slides for this talk here: Part 1 and Part 2.

Graphics Goodies
This session was an updated version of the Android Accelerated Rendering talk we did at Google I/O 2011.
Here are the slides.

Sticky GUIs
This presentation was a collection of techniques and principles for creating GUI applications that will make your users stick around: graphics, performance, animations, GUIs; they're all important.
Here are the slides.

There are many other good (and free!) technical talks from Devoxx 2011, including other Android talks on tools and application development and plenty of other geeky topics as well. Check them out on the Parleys Devoxx  '11 site. (Did I mention they're free?)

And hopefully see some of you in Antwerp in a month. After we've written a ton of new material.

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