Google’s annual two-day Android Dev Summit kicks off tomorrow and will be streamed online for the duration.
“We’re less than 24 hours away from kicking off the 2019 Android Dev Summit, broadcasting live from the Google Events Center (MP7) in Sunnyvale, CA on October 23 and 24,” a new post to the Android Developers Blog notes. “We’ll be broadcasting the entire two days of the event live on YouTube, Twitter and on the Android Dev Summit website.”
The keynote address kicks off at 10 am PT/1 pm ET on Wednesday, October 23. It will be hosted by Android VP of Engineering Dave Burke, Director of Product Management Stephanie Cuthbertson and others who will speak to the present and future of Android development.
After the keynote ends, Google will offer technical sessions hosted by the Android engineering team. Topics include the Android platform, Android Studio, Android Jetpack, Kotlin, Google Play, and more. You can find the full agenda here.