In 2007, Google and other members of the Open Handset Alliance announced the creation of Android, an open-source software platform for mobile devices. Since then, Android devices have been released all around the world on a variety of carriers.
This session, presented by Android Open-Source Lead Dan Morrill, will present an overview of the Android open-source project, including the reasons we launched the project, our goals, and our open-source philosophy. Dan will also discuss some of the gory details, describing the tools and processes we use, and where we plan to improve them.
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