I flew back from Droidcon on Sunday, and compiled a list of resources made available by the speakers with a few thoughts on the event.
2015-4-29: The organisers have uploaded some highlight footage.
Hack and protect your applications: Slides
Introduction to Buck: Slides
Http in a hostile world: Slides
Everything about storage on Android: Slides
I built my app with Kotlin, and my client still paid me: Video
Gradle: from user to addict: Slides
App inspection with Stetho: Slides
Debug builds: A New Hope: Slides
Physics based UI for Fun and Profit: Slides
Developing Facebook for Android for low-end devices: Slides
getBounds(): the Drawable story: Slides
VIPER - Clean Android architecture: Slides
Android Testing: Slides
Android on your sleeve: Slides
Introduction to Functional Reactive Programming: Slides
Gotta persist ‘em all: Realm as a replacement for Sqlite: Slides
It’s time to develop a watch face: Slides
Retrofit: Obliterating HTTP Boilerplate: Slides
As someone who enjoys public speaking, it was great to see Square set the bar really high with their keynote. Jake outlined his approach here which is recommended reading for anyone considering speaking at a similar event.
Overall, I would wholeheartedly recommend attending a Droidcon to anyone looking to improve their craft. There are a number of Droidcons coming up in the next couple of months, so check them out here and consider making the trip!