Differentiations for Developers on Android Ecosystem
Submitted by Jadeja Dushyantsinh (@jadejada) (proposing) on Monday, 25 November 2013
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To share global perspective on what is happening around Android Ecosystem
Today some of the biggest challenges in front of Android Application Developers are - Differentiation, unique WOW experience, Productivity and Cross Platform compatibility. In this keynote you will get to know, how developers should address these challenges with effective tool sets, understanding of differentiation vectors and planning for cross platform/device deployment. You will also get to experience few examples and demoes of differentiation vectors to highlight a path developer should explore to be successful.
Narendra Bhandari is the Director for Asia Pacific of the Intel Software and Services Group - Developer Relations Division at Intel. In this role he focuses on developing the software solutions market across Asia Pacific. Narendra drives engineering, marketing and business relationships with Software Organizations, Academia and software developers in the region across consumer and enterprise segments.
Narendra joined Intel in 1993 and has worked in the areas of systems software, CAD tools and 3D graphics. After returning to India from the United States in 1998, he was the general manager of the Internet Solutions Group, working with e-business solution providers. Narendra also awarded the highest honor for groups, the “Intel Achievement Award (IAA)” for delivering high-performance graphics software.
He has written technical papers in IEEE and ACM publications. Narendra earned his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Bangalore University in 1990, followed by a Master’s degree from Arizona State University in Computer Science. He has also undertaken project and research work at Centre for Development of Telematics CDOT and at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chennai in the areas of supercomputing and telecom infrastructure