Otherwise known as "Big Trouble in Little Networks" presented by Stacy Devino
We will start with analyzing your application, then move onto design structures and implementation of various techniques to improve network performance and usability. This will cover things like Data stream compression, Image Compression, Image architecture and Design, Rendering packages, and monitoring speed.
This will be a more in-depth and bigger expansion of the discussion I gave at the Big Android BBQ and will be more directly applicable to people who will be there getting started.
Stacy is a recognized Intel Innovator, Six Sigma Blackbelt, and is the Women Techmakers Lead for Dallas/Ft. Worth. She specializes in high performance Android application and embedded coding as well as IoT product innovation. You can find her work in Android in the Play Store and documented on the front pages of Wired, Gizmodo, XDA-developers, Military Times, etc. Her hardware hacking and product invention status has shown up on HackaDay, LifeHacker, Dangerous Prototypes, Geek.com, Wired, Kickstarter, and even appearances on GeekBeatTV. Her secondary business, OpenBrite specializes in making and producing fully Open Source (OSHW and OSS) products made in the US. They also act as a product accelerator for crowd-funded and early-stage hardware companies from making of early prototypes through to full-scale production. You may have seen some of her products on Kickstarter and and Grand St.