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HTCdev Talks Shop: The developer program built by developers for developers

Register in lobby of building 43. 




6:00 - 7:00 Networking and Light Dinner (Thanks Google)

7:00 - 7:15 Announcements

7:15 - 8:45 Talk


Learn how HTCdev can expand your market reach and what APIs and opportunities are available from HTC. Imagine the possibilities; be amongst the first to invent apps and games using the new Open Sense SDK APIs – including Stereoscopic 3D, Scribe/Pen, and more. Learn how to develop using one code base to support both HTC devices and other OEM devices. Android compatibility techniques and best practices will be reviewed and demonstrated.



Speaker Bios

Dario Laverde is a Developer Evangelist at HTC. He has experience in software development for mobile, embedded, web and enterprise. Amongst his various professional roles, he has worked as an Android Instructor, consultant, Java architect, author and entrepreneur (a JavaOne speaker 7 times). Dario leads the NYCJava JUG and co-organizes both the NYC-GTUG and the New York Android Developers Meetup. He also co-founded the skylight1 open source Android project featuring several apps on the market.

Bruce Jones is a developer, business leader and volunteer. He comes to HTC after being the Developer Evangelist for the app store GetJar, CEO and App Developer at EventRadar, Chief Gecko at Savage Geckos, a futurist at Ford Motor Company (founding the Ford Java Developer's Group) and a Bedouin C programmer in the deserts of Saudi Arabia. Bruce has an MBA from the University of Chicago and volunteers for efforts in climate change education, a presenter in Al Gore’s Nobel Prize Winning Climate Project and for children’s charities supporting medical research.

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  • Elizabeth M.

    Great meetup, I love talking about Android

    February 18, 2012

  • Karl P.

    goood presentation -- I am just not sure whether I would see the market for the pen application as great as they do ... and how many tablets/phones does one want to buy to develop applications.

    February 16, 2012

  • John S.

    Very informative talk. Made me want do try the HTD pen APIs.

    February 16, 2012

  • Kaamel K.

    Great topic and great talk.

    February 16, 2012

  • Van R.

    Many are free events and the one here in SF is only $40 to participate in:

    February 15, 2012

  • Van R.

    Timely topic with the Global Android Dev Camp this weekend happening at 47 different locations around the world. One right here in SF too. The global site here:

    February 15, 2012

  • TuxedoHank

    Where is everyone?

    February 15, 2012

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