mdevcon 2016

Mobile Developers Conference
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Dave Wiskus

(Airplane Mode)
Keynote (March 18 closing keynote): Airplane Mode and the Creative Business Dave Wiskus is the lead singer and guitarist for Airplane Mode, an indie rock band from New York City. In a past life he did interaction design for iOS and Mac apps, working on projects like Kaleidoscope 2 and Vesper. He lives in Manhattan with a small dog named Pixel.
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Joe Cieplinski

(Bombing Brain Interactive)
Keynote (March 18, Opening Keynote): Design isn’t About the Designer Joe is an independent designer and developer living in New York. He designs apps and web sites for Bombing Brain Interactive, including Teleprompt+ and Setlists. He talks business on the weekly podcast Release Notes. And he plays bass in Airplane Mode.
Andy Dyer

Andy Dyer

(When I Work)
Session (March 18): Things That Suck About Android Development Andy Dyer is a Senior Android Engineer at When I Work. An Android developer since Froyo, he’s currently focused on improving his apps with delightful animations and exploring the wizardry of RxJava.
Andrew McKnight

Andrew McKnight

(Twitter)
Session (March 18): Asynchronous NSOperations at Your Command Andrew currently works on the Crashlytics iOS team at Twitter in Boston, and previously at a mobile consultancy there.
Ben Asher

Ben Asher

(Yelp)
Session (March 18): Unit Testing and Mocking in Swift I've been doing iOS development for about six years. For the last two and a half years, I've worked on the Yelp consumer app.
Boris Bügling

Boris Bügling

(Contentful)
Tutorial (March 17): Multi-platform Swift Boris is a Cocoa developer from Berlin, who currently works on the iOS SDK at Contentful.
Chris Ward

Chris Ward

(SitePoint)
Session (March 18): The Future of Swift SitePoint mobile editor, technical writer and freelance writer who loves to talk about all sorts of awesome subjects and to try and explain them to everyone who wants to listen.
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Daniel Zucker

(Google)
Session (March 18): Advanced Interaction & Animation with Objective-C Daniel Zucker does iOS development at Google and has over 15 years mobile development experience. Currently he is Tech Lead for Google My Business iOS.
Fernando Cejas

Fernando Cejas

(SoundCloud)
Session (March 18): The Mayans Lost Guide To RxJava on Android | @SoundCloud | Passionate about software engineering | Android | Scala beginner | Speaker | Geek | Curious Learner |
Joshua Leibsly

Joshua Leibsly

(Pericles Alpha)
Session (March 18): Intro to tvOS Josh started developing iOS apps in 2008 when the first SDK was released. Today, he runs a mobile development agency called Pericles Alpha.
Junior Bontognali

Junior Bontognali

(Dealini)
Session (March 18): Asynchronous Programming with RxSwift Junior is a product engineer living in Switzerland, currently based in Zürich. He mainly writes softwares for iOS and Mac, but in past worked with many other technologies.
Maciej Górski

Maciej Górski

Tutorial (March 17): Continuous Delivery with Ease Maciej is a passionate Android developer. He cares about writing clean code and less of it. He is spending time to automate things to save even more time.
Marin Todorov

Marin Todorov

(Independent Consultant)
Session (March 18): Non- technical ways to become a better developer Marin Todorov is an independent iOS consultant and publisher. He’s the author of the “iOS Animations by Tutorials” book and runs the “iOS Animations by Emails” newsletter.
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Maxim Zaks

Session (March 18): Beyond JSON Software developer with a history in IDE development, Web development and even Enterprise Java development (He was young and under bad influence). Nowadays working as a game developer (preferably iOS).
Michael Kwan

Michael Kwan

(Google)
Session (March 18): Tales of Optimizing for Android Wear Michael is a Software Engineer at Google, currently working on the Android Wear frameworks team where he focuses on testing, performance, and battery life.
Natasha Murashev

Natasha Murashev

(NatashaTheRobot)
Session (March 18): Hello, WatchOS 2 Tutorial (March 17): Build Your First Watch App Natasha is an iOS developer by day and a robot by night. She blogs about Swift, WatchOS, and iOS development on her blog, natashatherobot.com, and curates a fast-growing weekly Swift newsletter.
Shiney Rossi

Shiney Rossi & Ben Deming

(Nest Labs)
Session (March 18): Working with BLE on iOS Ben Deming is an iOS developer at Nest Labs working on features to support the thoughtful home. Shiney Rossi is a Software Development Manager at Nest Labs.
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Rim Khazhin & Gozde Ozcel

(BTT)
Tutorial (March 17): Enterprise Mobility Management with Android for Work - Rim is the software architect and developer with experience in designing remote administration and data security systems powered by Android and iOS clients. - Gozde is the mastermind behind Android OS integration of MDM and Android for Work.
Tom van Arman

Tom Van Arman

(Quby)
Tutorial (March 17): Create smart home apps with Toon! He is a developer for smart cities & smart homes by providing real solutions to our daily challenges using open data, IoT, Apps and APIs.
Wiebe Elsinga

Wiebe Elsinga

(Egeniq)
Session (March 18): #UXMatters Besides being a Google Developer Expert for Android, Wiebe Elsinga is a Lead Developer at Egeniq in The Netherlands. He has a passion for UX and design.
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