Monday 7th November, 2011
11:30am to 12:45pm
While Google makes periodic code drops to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), the bulk of the work done on Android occurs behind closed doors. There are, therefore, only a limited numbers of parties who can meaningfully influence Android's future at any point in time. This, though, hasn't stopped third parties and enthusiastic developers from customizing and extending Android in a variety of different ways.
This talk provides an overview of third-party projects, resources, tools, etc. that embedded developers may want to look at if they intend to build Android-based embedded systems. Amongst other things, this talk will go over the Cyanogenmod project, one of the more prominent Android derivatives.
CEO Opersys: Embedded Android and Embedded Linux. Author, speaker, instructor, entrepreneur, and, above all, father. bio from Twitter
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