DroidKaigi is a conference tailored for developers. For 2016, we will schedule sessions for 2 days, on 18th and 19th February 2016.
|2016/02/13||Official app is out! Official app|
|2016/02/01||DroidKaigi 2016 T-shrit is coming! Buy on freeGufo|
|2016/01/28||Starts the registration of After Party. Join After Party|
|2016/01/20||Open a schedule! Timetable|
|2015/12/10||Selected sessions list is now available. The list is updated at any time.|
|Date||February 18th(Thu) - 19th(Fri), 2016|
|Place||Tokyo Institute of Technology, Ookayama Campus
Ookayama 2-12-1, Meguro City, Tokyo (Map)
Early Bird ¥4,000
(Early Bird tickets are limited to 200 on a first-come-first-served basis until December 31st.)
For its 2016 edition, DroidKaigi will be held in two days and expects to see famous engineers from Japan and overseas giving talks.
There will be corporate exhibitions as well other than conference sessions.
Android is being used in various situations and in many ways. Why don't you come and join us to share your knowledge and create a better software?
Topics are listed below.
|Trends in Android technology||Android 6.0, Data Binding, Library, Architecture, HTTP2, ART, Jack & Jill|
|Design||Material Design, drawables, UCD|
|Productivity and Tooling||Android Studio, Gradle, Continuous Integration, Bazel|
|Quality and Sustainability||Test, Operation, Customer support, Compatibility, Device support, Security|
|Platform||Android OS build system, Android Kernel, Framework(Android Internals, Media, Protocol stack, etc...), SDK, Kati|
|Hardware||Sensors, Camera, Movie, Image processing, Audio technologies, Arduino, Drones, Android TV, Wear|
CFP is closed. Call for Paper
As for the reception, see "At the day reception instructions" section in the connpass registration pageconnpass
Join After Party! 🍣See tickets for After Party
Official merchandise is coming!
It's DroidKaigi 2016 T-shrit.
You can buy the T-shirts at the event as well.
Official app is now available on Google Play™.
Q: What's the difference from other Android events?
A: The primary focus is to provide developers a place to network and share knowledge with their peers. So we will decline proposals focusing on PR and/or marketing stuff even if they are relevant to Android.