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Android Worldwide October 2021

event date

26 Oct 2021



Android Worldwide is an international group of developer communities that collaborate on community events. Once every three months, we organize free technical events that cater to Android devs. In the spirit of being inclusive, we've organized a schedule that caters to multiple time zones and is hosted by community organizers.

To us, online events shouldn't lose the social component that many of us loved while attending in person. That is why we've decided to use Airmeet to enable socializing before and after your session. Our event starts around 13:15 UTC and lasts around 15 hours so that there is a talk available for people from every timezone around the world.


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.

By joining Android Worldwide, community organizers can:

  • Cross-post our events so your members can participate. We do our best to make cross-posting a quick and easy process.
  • Receive free access to our premium Airmeet account.
  • Access a catalog of sessions from our call for papers to simplify your process of finding content for community events.
  • Get to know other communities who are interested in being your partners.
  • Enable your community members to meet developers from other communities
  • Garner attention for your events from developers who live outside your region.
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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

18 Aug 2021

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

17 Sep 2021

This event is in Dateline Standard Time (UTC-12:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone () is .

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 10 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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36 submissions
Submitted sessions
Michael Tendo Ssemwanga
  • NFC tap-to-pay integration
Marco Gomiero
  • Introducing Kotlin Multiplatform in an existing project
  • From Mobile to Backend with Kotlin and Ktor
Fatih Giriş
  • Using Kotlin Flow in MVVM
  • Migrating a large-scale banking app to Compose
Jitin Sharma
  • Relevance of code minification in a performance world
Eury Pérez
  • Kotlin Coroutines: Threading Made Easy in Android
  • Android CI/CD: You develop fast, but do you deliver fast?
Seyed Jafari
  • Entering the world of other platforms through KMP gate
  • Operation Flow
Orel Zion
  • Paging 3 in Real Life
Márton Braun
  • Say "hi" to Moshi!
David Rawson
  • Show Kotest, then show what you be testing
  • Fact or kapt? Build your next annotation processor with KSP
Anna Zharkova
  • Working background with WorkManager API
  • Kotlin Multiplatform. How to build iOS/Android app with common architecture
  • Kotlin Multiplatform multithreading old and new way
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Will Shelor
  • Optimizing Render Performance of Jetpack Compose
Gayatri Rayasam
  • Kickstarting your android development journey.
shivam dhuria
  • Deep dive into internationalisation and localisation for android.
Mohit Sarveiya
  • Jetpack Compose vs SwiftUI
Nav Singh
  • Splash Screen API-Android 12
  • Unified API -Android12
karan dhillon
  • Guide to Wear OS
Luis Cardoza Bird
  • MVVM in a MVI world and backward
  • 💉 in the dependencies flow
Dinorah Tovar Tovar
  • Metrics we should know - or not! but we are gonna learn it!
Karan Balkar
  • Co-routines: When to use and when to avoid
Zachary Powell
  • Remotely configure your Android app from the cloud
  • Developer Advocacy or How I stopped worrying about public speaking and learned to love documentation
  • Flexible Cross platform user authentication with AppGallery Connect
  • Building Serverless apps with AppGallery Connect
Nitin Prakash
  • Internal Working of RecyclerView
wisdom nwokocha
  • Automating Firebase Test Lab with Bitrise in Android Development
Mohit Sharma
  • Keeping in Sync - Data in an offline world
  • Let's build Splash Screen - Natively :)