Android Lightning Talks

On Voice Apps

Mobile has truly gone through a period of tremendous evolution and growth. Voice has always been a fundamental feature of the mobile phone, and it will always be. But in the world or era of “data”, voice has been treated as “legacy stuff”, separate and driven by its own experience, drivers, and infrastructure. Voice just works, but separate, under Operator control.

Voice is slowly but surely moving into becoming a “data app” — Voice as an app or an app-feature. Voice will continue to be the Smartphones *main* feature (or app). Primarily standalone. But primarily standalone with many flavors or choices beyond the “core voice support” provided by the Network Operator (for example, Google Voice). These are SIP and WebRTC clients that you can download and use, point-to-point or via the old PSTN.

C. Enrique Ortiz

C. Enrique Ortiz (aka CEO) focuses on new Products, Technology & Innovation in the areas of Mobile, Cloud and Telco, as well as Developer content and tools. He is a total Space program buff, and a Freestyle jammer. He is Head of Products at Shango and an advisor at Kloc.Me.

Setting up a client ID for Google APIs

This session will show you how to create Client IDs for your apps. Google has created a way to allow access to a users data through the Play Store. using Google Credentials an app with a Client ID can allow a user to access their Drive Files along with other API services.

Dan Bryant

Born in Waco and raised in Arkansas, I have lived in Austin for about 36 years. I am married and my wife and I have 5 kids between us, the youngest 2 are going to school in College Station.

I have been developing products for about 20 years, mostly in the Elevator Industry. Beginning with hardware for diagnostic use, which led to developing .NET applications in VB.Net and C#. Changing technology led me to start developing for the Android platform.