Droidcon SF 2016 Sketchnote Round-up

When I first heard that Droidcon was finally coming to my neck of the woods in San Francisco, I was a little disappointed, because it had been scheduled a few days after my wedding, so I didn't think I would be able to make it. Luckily for me, it got pushed back from November to March, and even though I just came back from two international conferences, I was very happy to be able to attend the inaugural Droidcon SF, hosted at the beautiful Fort Mason in the Marina district of San Francisco. It was lovely seeing friends from out of town and getting to meet some more members of the Android community, as always. Everyone is also a-twitter about this year's I/O, which will be held in Mountain View, so hopefully I'll get to see some of these faces again soon. Hope you enjoy the sketchnotes!


Android Development Today by Chet Haase (@chethaase) and Romain Guy (@romainguy)

Android Development Today


Android Development Like a Pro by Israel Ferrer Camacho (@rallat)

Android Development Like A Pro


Understanding Performance in the Wild by Delyan Kratunov (@BurntBrunch)

Understanding Performance in the Wild


Borrowing the Best of Web to Make Native Better by Christina Lee (@RunChristinaRun)

Borrowing the Best of Web to Make Android Better


Android Internal Library Dependency Management by Kelly Shuster (@KellyShuster)

Android Internal Library Dependency Management