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Droidcon UK 2014 - My Impressions

Published: November 02, 2014    Author: Achim Fischer
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The Droidcon UK 2014 took place on November 30/31 at the Business Design Centre in London. After the Droidcon in Berlin, Germany this was my second big Android event this year.

It was my first Droidcon UK and I would like to thank my employer MEDION for the opportunity to attend this event.




Venue

The Business Design Centre is a really big venue and for events like the Droidcon it's just perfect. Everything worked fine including the WIFI-connection. Yes, a big event where the WIFI worked very good. I've attended a lot of events and believe me, a working WIFI-connection is not the normal case :-)

Droidcon UK attendees


Organisation

I would like to give a big THANK YOU to the Droidcon UK team. Everything was very well organised. Entered the venue, registered and grabbed my t-shirt. All done in a few minutes. Just great. Catering was very good, too. No problem to get enough good (Illy) coffee and small snacks all the time. :-)

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Sessions

Top speakers! Chet Haase, Nick Butcher, Chris Banes, Juhani Lehtimaki ... just to name a few. Excellent talks about Android Lollipop, the user interface in general and Material Design in special. I learned a lot of new things.

Keynote by Chet Haase


Material Design by Nick Butcher and Chris Banes


Conclusion

It was my first Droidcon UK and I will definitely get a ticket for the 2015 event as soon as possible. Top venue, top speakers and a top organisation. Well done, Droidcon UK. See you next year.

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Achim
Founder and Managing Director of Codingfish. Android- and Rails-developer. Creator of the CMS Chimoora. Big fan of mobile devices. Hobby photographer. Feel free to add me on: Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn






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