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* Greg Kroah-Hartman - long-time kernel developer, sometimes responds on android-kernel mailing list
 
* Greg Kroah-Hartman - long-time kernel developer, sometimes responds on android-kernel mailing list
 
* [http://rikers.org/ Tim Riker] [http://www.linkedin.com/in/timriker linked-in account] - CTO at [http://saygus.com/ Saygus], maker of an Android-based video phone
 
* [http://rikers.org/ Tim Riker] [http://www.linkedin.com/in/timriker linked-in account] - CTO at [http://saygus.com/ Saygus], maker of an Android-based video phone
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* Tetsuyuki Kobayashi - Developer at Kyoto MicroComputer.  Has an excellent blog with several great articles about Android.  http://kobablog.wordpress.com/
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** presentation: [http://kobablog.wordpress.com/2011/05/22/android-is-not-just-java-on-linux/ Android is not just Java on Linux] - an excellent overview of Android
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** page of presentations by Kobayashi-san: http://www.slideshare.net/tetsu.koba/presentations
  
 
=== Hacker community ===
 
=== Hacker community ===

Revision as of 17:06, 23 May 2011

Here are some of the key Android developers you may encounter on mailing lists or at events:

Google People

See Google's listing of the Android core technical team

  • Dianne Hackborn - platform programmer, worked on original OpenBinder
  • Brian Swetland - lead kernel developer
  • Arve Hjønnevåg - kernel developer (original submitter of wakelock patches)
  • Mike Chan - Droid developer
  • Dan Bornstein - Dalvik creator
  • Chris DiBona - Open Source Programs Manager at Google

Non-google People

Hacker community