Learn to Hack Smartphones (Android System Design) & boost your Résumé
A unique opportunity to meet like minded technology professionals/enthusiasts with an interest in Hacking Smartphones and/or Embedded System Design. Learn how Google's Android operating system can be customised and built to run Embedded Systems, Smartphones, Wearables and many other types of devices.
|Dates||24 Nov 2018 - This event is in the past.|
|Opening times||Welcome and registration starts at 10:00 and the session begins at 11:00|
|Venue||Sixties Room, Churchill College Cambridge Conference Venue University of Cambridge, Storey's Way Cambridge, CB3 0DS, UK|
|Organiser name||Ramin Zaghi|
Network, Boost your Résumé & have Fun
while learning how you can build an Android Embedded System
(A Hands-on Workshp)
This is a unique and rare opportunity to meet like minded technology professionals or enthusiasts who share an interest in Hacking Smartphones and/or Embedded System Design and, together, learn how Google's Android operating system can be customised and built to run Embedded Systems, Smartphones, Wearables and many other types of devices.
When it comes to building Apps or Games for Android, there are plenty of resources both online and offline to assist you. However, when it comes to understanding and custominsing the Android operating system itself to fit Embedded Systems, Smartphones, IoT devices and various other type of devices your options for learning are very limited (and in many cases inaccessible) - not to mention the cost of experimenting with real devices which can quickly add up to a big cost.
This half-day live and hands-on workshop, setup in the lively Churchill College conference center in Cambridge, UK, is the place to learn all you always wanted to know about Android's internal workings so you can venture into a topic which can open doors to endless possibilities and exciting projects.
You may register to attend and also find out more on the event's dedicated Eventbrite page at
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