Best Android Developers Showcase Their Apps, Win Free Tickets For AnDevCon IV

The November DC Droids Meetup is going to showcase Android Apps built by the DC Droids developer community.  This will be a great opportunity for everyone to learn from each other’s experience developing Android applications.  We will vote to select the best app which will win a Google TV!

We will be giving away 2 tickets for the AnDevCon IV Conference, Dec 4-7. The 4-day passport, will includes all workshops, sessions, meals, receptions and materials.


Here is the lineup of presenters:

1) Richard So (Phone To Computer)

Phone To Computer is an application that will allow your phone and your computer to interact over your cell phone's wireless plan or by WiFi. It has over 50k downloads, 268 +1's, and a 4.4 overall rating.

2) Chris Lee (QRHook)

QR Hook uses your mobile phone to securely store and access your accounts on any computer, any where.

3) Michael Lake  (WillowTree Apps)

WillowTree Apps built the Barclays Center App to be the official venue app for the new Barclays Center located in Brooklyn, New York.

4) Karl Van Neste (MySpyPhone)

Keep an eye on the babysitter, monitor the birdbath, or secure your home.

5) Richard Yarmosh (Agenda Calendar)

Agenda brings the best of your old desktop calendar to your Android device.



6.30pm - Arrival, Pizza, Drinks, Network

7.00pm - Welcome, Announcements

7.15pm - Presentations Starts

8.30pm - Adjournment

WillowTree Apps is sponsoring Pizza and Drinks for the event.

Fathom Creative, Inc is sponsoring the location for this Meetup. Here is information about parking around Fathom.  Parking meters and time limits stop at 6:30, there are a few spots that stop at 5.  There are two parking garages right on Thomas Circle, one in the Donavan Hotel and the other is right next to the CVS, both entrances are on 14th Street. Both garages are about two and a half blocks from the office – about a 5-minute walk. There is also a Whole Foods on P Street, a little closer (perhaps a good place to park if you need to some shopping prior or after the Meetup).  Fathom Creative is right on 14th Street and is a grey and white building with large glass windows in the front.  Press the buzzer next to the door on right hand side, as that goes upstairs to the gallery where the Meetup is held.

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  • Karl Van N.

    I enjoyed the meeting and some of the contacts that I made - there are a few of you that I had hoped would send me a quick email!

    November 15, 2012

  • James S.

    well organized and a good crowd.

    November 14, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Good presentation format, and wide variety of talks to cover code techniques through user experience and business tips. Would have been nice if there was a bit more Q&A time with each presenter in the moment since much of the audience seemed engaged, but there was plenty of time at the end of the meetup to make up for that.

    November 13, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I wanted to take the time to thank everyone for feedback on my presentation. It is greatly appreciated. I also wanted to say all the developers did an excellent job and this meetup has always continued to be one of the best meetups I've ever attended. There is always valuable information at the DC Droid meetup!

    November 12, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    This looks great I will be there!

    November 9, 2012

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