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YourStory presents first ever Droid Brunch, a workshop on getting started with android development on 5th April 2014

YourStory presents first ever Droid Brunch, a workshop on getting started with android development on 5th April 2014

Sunday March 23, 2014 , 2 min Read

We at YourStory are committed to our cause of helping startups succeed. Further in this direction we are glad to announce a free workshop on getting started with android development. The workshop will take place on 5th April by renowned android experts who have been in the arena since the early days of Android.


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Here’s a brief on our two speakers at the first Droid Brunch:

Arvind Devaraj

Arvind is co-founder of Limitless, productivity tools for Internet. Prior to starting Limitless, he worked in NVIDIA on optimizing Android Graphics on GPU. He speaks at several Android conferences including GDG, DroidCon, BlrDroid. He has conducted several corporate training sessions and workshops on Android. Recently one of his Android Apps was selected in Top 5 apps at Intel Code Fest. He holds an MS from IISc, Bangalore specializing in Java compiler optimizations.

Anenth Guru

Anenth is passionate about building useful mobile applications. His claim to fame is his recent work which was featured by Google Play Store as a ‘Must have app for Women’. He frequently attends Android Hackathons in Bangalore and has built a significant number of apps at these events. He also talks about Android in conferences and workshops.

When: 5th April, Saturday at 09:30 AM

Where: YourStory Office, #229, 2nd Floor, 1st Stage, 7th Cross, Indiranagar, Bangalore.

Registration for the workshop has been closed, only 30 seats available, confirmed participants will be intimated via email..