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At Google I/O in 2018, Romain and Chet told developers that the ART runtime was good enough now that they should worry more about good code than avoiding allocations. In this Keynote, they'll explain why.
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Romain Guy is the Android Graphics Team Manager.
After years working on and leading the Android Toolkit team at Google, Chet has moved into the Android Developer Relations Team, where he is a Developer Advocate. He works on animations, UI, performance, ... and anything else that puts pixels on the screen. He's also been known to write and perform comedy.