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== Linux events ==
 
== Linux events ==
* Embedded Linux Conference
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* http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/embedded-linux-conference/ Embedded Linux Conference
** See embeddedlinuxconference.com - There were android talks especially at ELC Europe 2009 and 2010
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** See http://embeddedlinuxconference.com for an overview of multiple years
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*** There were android talks especially at ELC Europe 2009 and 2010
 
*** See Matt Porter's talk and Nina Wilner's talk at [[ELC Europe 2009 Presentations]]  
 
*** See Matt Porter's talk and Nina Wilner's talk at [[ELC Europe 2009 Presentations]]  
 
*** See Tim Bird's talk and the Android tutorial at [[ELC Europe 2010 Presentations]]
 
*** See Tim Bird's talk and the Android tutorial at [[ELC Europe 2010 Presentations]]
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* Some CELF Japan Jamborees have technical content related to Android
 
* Some CELF Japan Jamborees have technical content related to Android
 
** The following had Android presentations: [[Japan Technical Jamboree 31]], [[Japan Technical Jamboree 34]]
 
** The following had Android presentations: [[Japan Technical Jamboree 31]], [[Japan Technical Jamboree 34]]
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== Android Builders Summit ==
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This is a new event (in 2011) for Android systems developers. This includes developers who are porting
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Android to new hardware, working on the Android kernel or low-level infrastructure, or otherwise working
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on Android itself (not on Android application development).
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* [http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/android-builders-summit/ ABS home page]
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** [http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/android-builders-summit/slides Presentation slides]
  
 
== Regional events ==
 
== Regional events ==

Revision as of 17:28, 27 April 2011

The only events I know of (as of Jan 2010) with Android content are:

Google Events

Linux events

Android Builders Summit

This is a new event (in 2011) for Android systems developers. This includes developers who are porting Android to new hardware, working on the Android kernel or low-level infrastructure, or otherwise working on Android itself (not on Android application development).

Regional events

General

  • Android Developer's Conference - March 7-9, 2011
    • This seems to be the first full-blown Android developer event, covering mostly application development, but also some system talks

Other Conferences