9am is too early for most developers to grok the deeper level ramifications of lambda functions or to try and help prove/disprove a new theory about NP-completeness. Instead, Ian will be taking a page from the PechaKucha theory of presentations and will talk about a pretty wide set of topics for a few minutes each. There will be at least one reference to an NP-complete problem, but probably nothing on lambda functions since it really is pretty early for that.
From Ops Automation to DevOps to Cloud, the transformation @AOLis in part made possible by 2 things. In conjunction with great people, AOL’s CMDB and its data has been a critical component in support of this progression. Come learn about the journey.
Todd Moore, mobile developer of top ranked apps and games, will share his formula for commercial success. Todd will take us on a one year journey developing his latest game, Compulsive, which resulted in multiple Google Play store features. He will be highlighting app downloads, monetization, ad networks, in-app purchases, virtual economies, and other strategies. This will be a great opportunity to hear lessons learned from having a successful game with millions of downloads.
Rajeev Dayal and Patrick Flynn are the tech leads of the Google Cloud SDK and Android Studio Cloud Tools teams. They will be demonstrating how the Android Studio IDE can help developers navigate the journey from building a starter Android application running with local data, to a fully synced online experience using Cloud Endpoints running on Google App Engine.