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The Android platform consists of a huge amount of code. With so much code, it is not uncommon that bugs and unexpected behaviour occurs.
In this session Erik Hellman will explain some of the more interesting bugs and API behaviours that are present and how to deal with them. From subtle UI glitches, concurrency issues, the 64k method limit and more, this session will save you lots of time once you run into these bugs.
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It’s not a bug, it’s a feature
Erik is the author of "Android Programming: Pushing the limits" and a long time DroidCon speaker. He has worked on the inner details of the Android platform at Sony Mobile, hacked on the Android client for Spotify and is currently as a freelancing Android developer in Stockholm, Sweden. Erik has also been teaching software development, including Android programming, for both new and senior developers.