Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 12:00:00 PM Online event

This midday talk will give a quick overview of the features in the latest release: Android 11. We'll also take a look at the privacy related changes and how to make your app compatible. This includes changes to permissions including one-time permission, storage, package visibility, tooling to help identify private data access, and other new platform APIs.

12:00 - Noon Intro and talk starts
1:10ish - Q&A from audience members
1:30 - Conclusion of event

Speaker: Murat Yener
Murat is a Developer Advocate for Android at Google. He is a code geek, open source committer, Java Champion and the author of Expert Android Studio and Professional Java EE Design Patterns books from Wiley.

This talk will include attendees from other GDGs in the Midwest. Click here for event

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