Ahmet works at Sony Developer Relations as a Developer Programs Engineer, helping partners and developers to integrate Sony APIs in their products.
cketti is a freelancing Android developer and open source enthusiast living in Berlin. He's one of the GDG Berlin Android leads and as such co-organizer of several developer community events.
Originally from Sweden, now living London and working for Badoo as an Android developer.
Benjamin is a Software Craftsman and Android developer at Novoda. He is convinced that functional programming has a lot to teach us on our everyday work.
Started programming Android in 2009. Co-founded an Android-only company in 2011 which, after developing for bluechip companies, gradually formed into a game studio.
A Designer at Novoda, I spend my days crafting Android experiences from initial concepts to beautiful, usable interfaces across devices.
Android boy and co-founder at Impraise. I am playing with Android 2011 and try to focus on user interaction and user experience.
Mobile software engineer,
Associate Professor at ESPRIT: Private High School of Engineering and Technology
His talk "Android fuckup and postmortem" is about not so obvious epic fails and what you can learn from them such as an App release that goes wrong , its backup plan and how we release smoothly.
Peter is working at the Steinbeis Center for eMobility and Information Systems in Darmstadt.
Busra Deniz is a Software Engineer who has a keen interest in developing high-quality software by applying agile principles and methodologies, especially Scrum.
André Diermann is a software engineer and enthusiast with special dedication for mobile applications.
Hugo is the Android lead at Relayr in Berlin. He is a motivation driven Software Engineer, responsible for delivering a smooth Android experience.
Enthusiasted android developer, java hacker, open source contributor, software architect and web engineer. I'm lead android developer at Tickaroo.
Tech reporter for Germany's daily newspaper Die Welt. Stephan writes about startups, the Internet and all things Tech.
Dennis fell in love with wearables in the early days. He’s an automotive developer from Stuttgart and doesn’t go anywhere without his camera.
Dina is an Android Developer from Dortmund. She’s a football enthusiast and loves Material Design.
Doris is an expert for usability. She lives in Munich and usually takes long walks with her dog to gather inspiration for new projects. Doris is our ambassador of the UI/UX track.
Brett is a Software Principle at Rdio where he leads the Android team.
Jörn Eichler served several years as developer, analyst, and project manager within international software development and enterprise application integration projects.
Carl-Ernst Forchert, Dipl.-Ing. Wirtschaftsingenieur, managing director i-vector Innovationsmanagement GmbH.
Thomas has a proven track record as technical lead and project lead using agile development methodologies in interdisciplinary international teams.
Julia is CEO at Mobile Seasons GmbH, the company behind the conference series and trademark "droidcon".
Maciej is a passionate Android developer. He cares about writing cleaner code and less of it. He is spending time to automate things to save even more time.
Dr. Tobias Graeber is a Lawyer and Specialist Lawyer for IT-Law and works as a Senior Manager at PwC Legal in Düsseldorf as part of the IP/IT team.
Lars works as Technology Strategist at hybris in Munich as member of the hybris labs team.
Xavier Hallade is a software engineer at Intel Software and Services Group in Paris, France, where he works on a wide range of Android frameworks, libraries and applications, helping developers to
Stefan works as an Android Software Craftsman at Novoda in Berlin. He helps creating community events like Google Developer Group Berlin, Berlin Hack and Tell and the DevFest Berlin.
Svetlana is working on Project Kotlin (http://kotlinlang.org/) at JetBrains since 2011. From time to time she tries to encourage people with Kotlin at the conferences.
Rudy’s fascination with mixing technology and storytelling began at age 7 when he mistakenly picked up the Micro-Adventure book Space Attack (he thought it was going to be about Star Wars).
Leif Janzik has been developing for mobile since 2005, starting with SMS/MMS Services.
Boris is one of the droidcon founders who organized the very first droidcon ever in Berlin in 2009.
Janne Jul Jensen is Senior Interaction Designer with Trifork AG.
Wroclaw University of Technology graduate, interested in Android from the first Google announce.
Markus Junginger is an Android enthusiast and developer since the first SDK release in 2007. His mobile software company greenrobot focuses on high quality Android apps.
Recently joined Google to take up the role of Android Developer Advocate in London. Co-founder and (ex-)organizer of GDG Warsaw. Google Developer Experts program alumnus.
I am the Engineering Manager for the Android team at Dropbox. Previously, I was an engineer at Familiar where I built various pieces of server infrastructure and the Familiar Android app.
Angelos Kapsimanis is a Software Engineer in Advanced Telematic Systems in Berlin, working on Machine Learning and Data Engineering problems in the automotive telematics sector, trying to utilize t
Senior Android Engineer at Babbel, with over 5 years of experience in mobile apps development.
Software architect and developer with experience in designing remote administration, business process management, and Big Data analysis systems powered by Android clients.
M.Sc. in Computer Science and mathematics.
Teaching programming at higher eduction in Denmark, doing Android for 5 years.
My name is Heidelinde Kranzl, founder of appbakery.at.
My Name is Sven Kroell and I have a BS in computer science from the HTW in Berlin. Right now I'm working for Babbel (Lesson 9 GmbH).
since 2015: App Automation Engineer at Groupon
since 2010: Android Freelancer
2008-2015 Android Developer at Cortado AG
over 62 successful Projects, including 23 Apps
Software Engineer working in Air Traffic Control and Command & Control System development field.
Volker is a Java veteran and an early adopter of the Android platform. He works at Novoda where he develops Android Apps of all sizes, flavours and colours.
Janusz Leidgens develops Android apps for more then five years. As a team lead for Kupferwerk he is responsible for choosing technoligies and tools and for setting company wide standards.
Lawyer, legal enabler and partner of CMS Hasche Sigle, Germany's biggest business law firm. Based in Berlin.
I am passionate about innovation, mobility and Internet and commerce technologies.
With 15+ years of development experience, from 8-bit MCU to HTML5 web apps. I spent too much time architecting solutions for Enterprise Mobility before it was trendy.
Marius is the chief Android expert at Appsrise and starting 2015 Google Developer Expert - Android.
Member of GDG (Google Dev Group) of Rome, Italy.
Android, C++/Java developer.
Sean McCracken is the founder of Imaginary Computer – a world’s leading developer of head-mounted wearable games.
Yasmine is a product designer at Carbon Five and illustrator living in Venice, California. She's worked in fashion, advertising, and product design in Canada, Australia and the U.S.
I started playing with Android in late 2010 as an embedded engineer, then I moved to the "Application layer", publishing a few weekend projects.
Friedger Müffke is engaging in the global Android developer community and founder of OpenIntents, Android user groups and Droidcon. He is professional Android developer at Novoda.
Ulrich Norbisrath is a Professor at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria. He teaches courses on ubiquitous and mobile systems and agile and visual software development.
Alizée is a (embedded) system developer at Genymobile, a startup offering companies its Android expertise through a range of application and system services and innovative solutions.
Radek has almost 5 years of experience in mobile platforms.
Became a mobile developer after long run as a backend developer. Because of age, holding senior positions from the day one as an Android programmer. Serial hackathon winner, or at least contender ;
Uwe Post started programming computers back in the 80s. Eventually he replaced his Atari XL by an innumerable amount of Android devices and other fine gadgets.
Marc is an Android developer since more than three years - currently working for Wire on the UI team. He has a Bachelor in Business Computer Science and in Mathematics.
Danny is writing android code for GROUPON in Berlin, before he worked for companies like eBay or Alcatel. He has a long history in mobile development starting long ago with Java ME platform
Thorben leads Android development at Super - an app that captures bold opinions and statements into tiny works of art and let's you share them with friends.
Siegfried Rasthofer is a third year PhD student at the TU Darmstadt (Germany) and his main research focus is on applied software security on Android applications.
I like to code clean software for mobile devices. Android is my passion but I´m also up to speed on iOS developement.
Professionally developing Android apps since 2010.
Felix Rieseberg is an Open Source Engineer with Microsoft’s Strategic Engagements Team in San Francisco.
UI engineer hacking on Android at Facebook. Creator of some cool open source libraries for Android.
Michael Schloh von Bennewitz is a computer scientist specializing in network engineering, client server design, and mobile platform development.
Kseniia is working as software developer at SoftServe as well she has an experience of working on open-source project during Google Summer of Code.
Kelly Shuster is a Senior Android Developer and Accessibility Lead for Android, iOS and Web at iTriage in Denver, CO, USA.
Vuk leads product at Vimcar, a connected car company from Berlin building intelligent products based on vehicle data.
Hugo has over 15 years of experience as a software engineer, ranging from server side to desktop and from web to mobile.
During the past five years, Patrick has been promoting autonomous driving.
Developing Android apps and webapplications since 2012.
Roland Wagner holds a professorship for location based apps, spatial data infrastructures and geoinformation systems at the Beuth University.
Sue Anna Yeh received her degree in Film Production, but decided to take the leap and become a software developer after attending a Back-End Web course at General Assembly.
Whui Mei works at Sony Developer Relations as a Project/Product Manager striving to deliver a great developer experience (DX) for the APIs Sony publishes.