Google has announced it will host an Android Developer summit later this year from November 7 to November 8. Google will hold the event, its first Android Dev summit since 2015 (though it held an Android Game Dev summit earlier in 2018), at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.

The event is expected to bring Android developers from all walks of life together for two days of “deep technical sessions” with Google’s engineering team. Google also promises fireside chats, office hours, and a keynote speech (last time hosted by VP of Android Engineering Dave Burke and GPM for Android Studio, Stephanie Cuthbertson).

Editor's Pick

Of course, the discussions will likely focus on the nitty-gritty of Android and its SDK tools, rather than the more consumer-friendly news that comes out of Google I/O. At the last event, Google introduced the second major version of its development suite, Android Studio 2.0.

If that’s something you’re interested in, you can follow the Android Dev channels on Twitter and Google+ for announcements. Google says more details about the event are coming soon.

Comments
Read comments