AndroidTO Returns in October with Developer-Focused Lineup

by Rob Lewis | Technology

UPDATE: Use discount code ‘Vibes99’ to get your AndroidTO ticket for $99.

AndroidTO, Canada’s largest Android event, returns for its fifth year on October 30 at the MaRS Discovery District.

The conference features Android design and development speakers from LynxFit, Tumblr, and Yahoo.

AndroidTO 2014 is a return to the conference’s developer roots, organizers say: helping programmers connect the growing number of devices that run the Android OS, including Android Wear, Android Auto and Android TV.

"It’s an amazing time to be an Android developer,” said Matthew Patience, VP of Mobile at Bnotions and an AndroidTO speaker on the topic of the new Material Design standard.

“This year's focus on Android applications as an experience across many different platforms and screens is sure to have attendees more excited about development than ever," he added.

Speakers include Kevin Grant, Android engineer for Tumblr; Tejas Lagvankar, senior software engineer at Yahoo; and Nikita Tarakanov, community manager at Canadian startup Bionym.

Early-bird tickets start at $99.


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