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Android Worldwide January 2022

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25 Jan 2022



Android Worldwide is an international group of developer communities that like to collaborate. Once every three months we organize free technical events that cater to Android devs.

In the spirit of being inclusive, our first talk is at 13:15 UTC and the party goes on for nearly 15 hours so that there is a convenient time for everybody around the world to join.

To us, online events shouldn't lose the social component that many of us love from meeting in person. That is why we use Airmeet, to enable socializing before and after your session. 


With a central goal of advocating for greater cultural diversity among Android communities, we are proudly building partnerships with community organizers who love the idea of breaking geographical barriers. Any community that approaches us will be welcomed with open arms.

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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

08 Nov 2021

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

03 Dec 2021

This event is in Dateline Standard Time (UTC-12:00) timezone.
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You are welcome to submit any talk that interests you, though please make sure that it's relevant for Android Developers. 

Please consider the following tips when submitting your talk(s):

  • Session title- Please make sure it aligns with your abstract.

  • Description- We don't expect an essay, but please communicate what your talk will cover and describe what the audience is expected to learn. 

  • Session format- Sessions can be one of four lengths- 15, 30, 60, 60+ minutes. An additional 15 minutes will be set aside for Q&A.

  • Level- Please try to define the level of your talk accurately. 

  • Time zone- Please provide the time zone you live in.

All sessions will be recorded and shared on the Android Worldwide YouTube channel.

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35 submissions
Submitted sessions
Gabor Varadi
  • Guide to destroying codebases: the demise of clever code
Rashanjyot Arora
  • Maxing out SQLite performance
Gema Socorro Rodriguez
  • Develop your app with lots of "flow"
Sinan Kozak
  • Rock-Solid UI and Instrumentation Testing
Kshitij Chauhan
  • In-Memory Full Text Search with Kotlin
  • Building a Better Developer Experience for Crashes
Aung Kyaw Paing
  • Have you met Test?
Eric Nguyen
  • Android modularization & Clean Architecture - the ideal case and the practical cases.
  • Android Auto-Refresh with Room + RxJava - Power and Responsibilities
Falko Richter
  • Agile hardware development (as an Android dev)
Artur Latoszewski
  • Modern Android Architecture with Jetpack Compose
Shady Selim
  • KMM Revisited
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Manuel Ernesto
  • Building REST API for Mobile with Ktor & Kotlin
Adam Ahmed
  • How we reduced our Gradle build times by over 80%
Sierra OBryan
  • Android for Everyone: Accessibility in Android
Gerard Paligot
  • Discovering Jetpack Compose
Gil Zilberfeld
  • Dirty Tests And How To Clean Them
  • How to TDD in legacy code
Adit Lal
  • Effective DI for Multi Module Project
  • A page out of Server driven UI on Android
  • Dive into Kotlin Coroutines for Android Apps
  • Building Modern Android UI with Jetpack Compose
Abel Adugam A. Nibori
  • The Billion User Open Secret
Mohit Sarveiya
  • Improving Gradle Builds
Artur Zhukauskas
  • Widget Jetpack Compose
Tahsin Dane
  • Modern Android Apps with Jetpack Navigation
  • Crash-reporting taken to next-level
Philipp Hofmann
  • Measure the Performance of your Application with Sentry
Burhanuddin Rashid
  • Lesson Learned from building successful android library: PhotoEditor
Criss Cuervo
  • Mindful Coding: Basics of Emotional intelligence
Anna Zharkova
  • Kotlin Multiplatform. Memory management old and new way
  • Kotlin Multiplatform + Firebase. Create complete non-backend application
  • Dealing with Common UI in Kotlin Multiplatform
Ryan Kay
  • The Golden Principles of Software Architecture Applied To Kotlin Multiplatform
Ed George
  • Don’t get stung by OWASP - An intro into writing code for greater Android Security