We’d love for you to join us in London for our Google developer day for agencies on 9th September, 2016 at Skills Matter. This is a unique opportunity for agencies focused on Android and iOS development to learn from Google's domain experts and each other.
Who should come?
You will find the event valuable if you're a Product Owner, Senior developer, CEO, Scrum Master or agency Account Manager. The focus will be on agencies that deliver solutions for customers on android and/or iOS. Due to capacity, we are limiting attendees to 5 delegates per agency.
This event is for companies who have expressed an interest in or are existing members of Google Developers Agency program from across the world.
The agenda may be subject to minor alterations
09.00 Arrivals/registration coffee & pastries
Senior Staff Developer Advocate, Google
Ade helps companies build the best possible integrations with the Google platform. He gets them to tell better stories about their products by using Google's products. Ade moves the Google platform forwards by improving the quality of the developer experience and the functionality that we offer. He makes things happen and waves his hands a lot. Ade does all of the above across web, Android and iOS in an assortment of programming languages. Check out his blog.
Developer Advocate, Google
Todd used to be a halfway-decent game designer, until he tricked Google into hiring him on as a Developer Advocate, focused on the iOS side of Firebase. He figures it's only a matter of time until they figure out he doesn't know what he's talking about, so he's stockpiling snacks in the meantime.
Developer Relations Programs Lead, UK & Ireland, Google
Rupert helps make developers more successful with Google's technologies. This covers a broad range of areas ranging from web, android and cloud to apps script, you tube and maps. He's also leading the agencies program in europe.
Beacons Product Manager, Google
Peter leads Google's strategic direction for Beacons and Eddystone. Prior to working at Google he founded voXup and studied for a PhD in theoretical physics.