Speaker Spotlight: Kelly Schuster

Kelly Shuster is a Senior Android Developer and Accessibility Lead for Android, iOS and Web at iTriage in Denver.
Kelly Schuster
Prior to mobile development, she worked as an Embedded Firmware Engineer focused on disk drive read channel optimization. She holds a Bachelor's of Science in Electrical & Computer Engineering with minors in Computer Science and Political Science from the University of Colorado, Boulder.

Kelly is currently the director of Women Who Code Denver, and enjoys sharing technical knowledge wherever she goes, from local meetups to international conferences. You can watch her interview with Natalie Villalobos from I/O15 on Women TechMakers.
Session Title: Android Internal Library Dependency Management
Session Description: As your app code gets larger and more complex, it makes sense to break your project out into smaller reusable components. But what’s the best way to do this? How can you clearly version your internal libraries? What kind of setup and maintenance can you expect? How much could it slow down development time? In this talk we’ll dive into the various ways you can manage internal library dependencies. We’ll chat about the current state of Android dependency management, Gradle multi-project builds, Git submodules, and creating a private maven repository in Artifactory. The speaker will share real-world examples, and the pros and cons of each approach.
When not programming, she can be found attending Android DevCons, snowboarding or hiking in the Rocky Mountains.

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