May 27, 2014 - May 30, 2014
AnDevCon is the technical conference for software developers building Android apps. Offering mobile app development training and Android app development tutorials and classes, AnDevCon is the biggest, most info-packed, most practical Android conference in the world. Choose from more than 75 app development classes and in-depth Android development tutorials designed to take your Android development skills to the next level! Android is the hottest mobile platform – and AnDevCon is the hottest development conference offering mobile app development training. But you’ll learn from more than just our app development classes and Android development tutorials. You will also find hundreds of experienced developers and engineers like you for great networking in between classes. Hang out and network with colleagues as well as our expert speakers at coffee breaks, lunches and our fabulous Attendee Reception. More than 40 companies will be exhibiting or sponsoring AnDevCon Boston – previous exhibitors include Google, Amazon, GroupOn, Sony, Adobe, Samsung, Qualcomm, TapJoy, BlackBerry, AT&T, Barnes & Noble, HTC, Intel and dozens of others. Attend the full four-day conference and receive a certificate indicating the number of classes, tutorials and hours a dedicated Android Developer Training you received at AnDevCon. Hang it on your wall, or just add it to your professional qualifications! Whether you're an enterprise developer, work for a commercial software company, or are driving your own start-up, if you want to build Android apps, you need to attend AnDevCon, May 27-30, 2014 in Boston. Register early and save!
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