Last Thursday, I flew to McLean, Virginia for Android Summit, a two day conference + hackathon sponsored by Capital One, benefitting Women Who Code.
I was invited to Android Summit to give a talk about mutative design, and to coincide with the event I released a new post on Project Phoebe, answering more questions about how mutative design will work and announcing Helios, a new tool for researching mutative patterns.
Now that I'm back, I wanted to post a quick listicle about what I did during my trip.
For August, we returned to the lovely, very cushiony auditorium of our August sponsor, The American Express Company. It's a bit of a walk over to the west side, but that didn't stop the 116+ members who came out. (Did it help that the World Trade Center is a lured PokemonGo stop??)
We had a big meetup Tuesday and lots of chats about what people are submitting for Droidcon. Pretty much everybody said they wanted ideas for topics. They also wanted to know what people were submitting. So here it is.