After leaving FINRA, Michael made his way to The Washington Post as a Software Engineer. From there, Michael landed at LivingSocial as a software engineer before being promoted to Android Tech Lead. We told you his resume was impressive!
|Michael Evans, Living Social Android Tech Lead|
He's had quite the path of success, working for some impressive companies in the process. In addition to working for Living Social, Michael is one of the co-organizers for DC Droids in Washington, DC, a great community to get together and geek out about Android.
Michael has been writing Android applications since Android Cupcake; his experience is extensive, and should make for a great session at this year's Big Android BBQ.
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Session Title: @AnnotationProcessors ("ByExample")
Session Description: Annotations and Annotation Processors are all the rage in Android Development these days. There are annotations to help you: - Avoid the boilerplate of Parcelable or ContentProviders - Generate bindings for your views - Implementing deeplinking - Even find bugs in your code! This talk will showcase some existing annotations (like the support-annotations library) and annotation processors (such as butterknife, deeplinkdispatch, autoparcel). Afterwards, I’ll show you how to write your own.You can learn more about Michael by following him on Google+ and Twitter, or connecting with him on LinkedIn.