With the Big Android BBQ 2012 dates getting closer a lot of folks have been curious as to who will be hosting sessions and speaking at the event. Luckily, we're now getting a look at the initial list and it's looking pretty great all around.
- Smartwatches and Android
- Marketing and Branding for Developers
John F Hancock
- App Engine, Android, In-App Billing: An End-to-end System
Jonas M Luster
- The Android and The Chef
- Custom UI Controls
- The Android Shell for Programmers
- Putting the Touch on Android: onTouchEvent vs onInterceptTouchEvent
- A taste of Ice Cream Sandwich in a Gingerbread World
- Vulnerabilities, Exploits and Closed Source
- Apache Cordova on Android
- The Future of Android Development
- XDA – Past , Present & Future
- Making Money at Mobile: 60 Business Models
- Android 4.1: What You Need to Know
- Tha Phlash
- Cyanogen Team Members
Keeping in mind that this is only the initial list, you'll want to keep your eyes peeled for more additions soon. In the meantime, have you all got your tickets? If not, you'll want to hit the link below for the full details on how to get yourself some. Tickets start off at $50 for the event which will be held at the Hurst Conference Center in Texas, October 19-21, 2012.
Source: Big Android BBQ
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