Devoxx Poland 2019
from Monday 24 June to Wednesday 26 June 2019.
Nishant is a Sr.Android Engineer at Soundbrenner in Berlin, Germany and an open source enthusiast who spends his time doodling when not hacking on Android. He is a caffeine-dependent life-form and can be found either talking about android libraries or advocating that coffee is the elixir of life at community gatherings.
He has been part of 2 startups in the past (Founding Team Member at OmniLabs, Inc. and one of the first employees at Silverpush) with experience in Android SDK Engineering and Audio Digital Signal Processing(DSP) on Android. While working at his past company (Silverpush), he developed the company’s patented UAB (Unique Audio Beacon) Technology.
See also https://www.nisrulz.com/
Android Studio is the tool of the trade hands down. When it comes to Android (app/library/IOT) development, the first thing that comes to mind is to install Android Studio and get going from there. However, it has not been a smooth road as expected for me. In my own experience, I talk about my love-hate relationship with Android Studio. I try to cover what Android Studio gets right and what it doesn't. The talk focuses on how to be embrace performance when Android Studio is the bottleneck in the workflow (slow build times and reduced productivity), how switching to a terminal and various tools that exist in the ecosystem can give Android developers the much-needed speed boost and in-depth view in their development workflow. By the end of this talk, you would have embraces a workflow that allows for increased productivity and faster development.