Google I/O 2017: Developers share their highlights

Google I/O is a developers conference, after all, so we asked developers to tell us about what vehement them this year.


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What would Google I/O be though a mass series of developers congregating together in respect of one of a world’s biggest mobile handling systems? Well, it wouldn’t be much. After all, this is a developer’s conference.

I went around and asked a few Android developers what they desired many about a Google I/O keynote and a discussion this year. And interestingly, many of those who were queried had something to contend about a further of Kotlin for Android.

Voltrack Poltrack, Fat Russell

AC: What was your favorite partial of a Google I/O keynote?

I’m vehement to work on things for a Google Home. Something for universe domination.

AC: What are we many looking brazen to from a conference?

I’m vehement about a Android Wear talks, though I’m biased. [Poltrack is a developer of Android Wear apps.]

Mike, Developer during Speedify

AC: What was your favorite partial of a Google I/O keynote?

I’m unequivocally vehement about a changes to Android Studio 3.0. So many overwhelming facilities — the new profiling facilities unequivocally demeanour good. I’m also unequivocally vehement for a Fabric and Firebase merger. We use Fabric all a time during work and we consider it will be overwhelming to have a singular console.

AC: Will that make building easier for you?

It’ll make detecting bugs to broach a good, fast product many easier.

Lucia, N26 – The Mobile Bank

AC: What was your favorite partial of a Google I/O keynote?

Kotlin, obviously. Kotlin is a smarter, some-more modernized language. Now that Google is going to support it officially, it’s going to pull a village to do many some-more with it. I’m really vehement to see how this goes.

AC: Will that make building easier for you?

Migrating Java to Kotlin is easy in a approach since we can have both, though there is a training curve…so we don’t know about that, though let’s see.

Jerrell Mardis, Ride Metra

AC: What was your favorite partial of a Google I/O keynote?

Kotlin. It’s an overwhelming denunciation and it’s an ascent over Java.

Erik Hellman, Freelancer

AC: What do we develop?

Android, mostly. Sometimes I’m hapless adequate to do things that is reduction interesting, though mostly Android.

AC: What was your favorite partial of a Google I/O keynote?

The lady from YouTube with a Red Blazer. That was amazing.

AC: Did Google announce anything that would make growth easier for you?

Tons of stuff. I’ll be out of work shortly since they’re going to put Machine Learning in everything, so.

AC: What about Kotlin?

I’ve been doing Kotlin for a integrate of months already, so it’s good to see it get central support.

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