I had the pleasure once again this year to attend Droidcon NYC, a conference for Android developers and designers that is part of the larger, international network of Android conferences, Droidcon. Last year's New York conference was my very first Droidcon. I barely knew anything about Android, and was proud enough that I recognized why it was a big deal that Jake Wharton was speaking. This year, I am way more involved in the community and gave my own talk on localization and internationalization, so it's pretty cool to see how far I've come in such a short amount of time. After achieving mild success sketchnoting at Google I/O a few months before, I was pumped to sketchnote my way through another conference. My sketchnotes are below, with some touch-ups. Enjoy.
Keynote: Android Is the World Phone by Corey Latislaw (@corey_latislaw)
Advanced Espresso by Chiu-Ki Chan (@chiuki)
A Pirate's Guide to Android by Lisa Neigut (@niftynei)
Realm: Building a Mobile DB by Christian Melchior (@cmelchior)
Android Accessibility 101 by Haley Rose Smith (@haley)
Game Basics: Animations with SurfaceView by Ana Redmond (@anaredmond)
Android Metaprogramming by Audrey Troutt (@auditty)
I'm planning on doing another post soon about my sketchnoting process, so look forward to that!