On paper, Giorgio Natili is an engineering lead at McGraw-Hill Education where he spearheads the accessibility and mobile/reading experience initiatives for the company’s LearnSmart division. On the job, Giorgio is a strong proponent of agile development practices whose passion for usable, maintainable and testable code is only surpassed by his determination to make things work. In addition to standards-based application development, Giorgio’s areas of expertise include real-time communication and surfing off the coast of his native Italy. His previous speaking engagements include Adobe Max, 360|Flex, FITC, Mobile Web Dev Conference, Mobile Tea, and many other community-driven events in both Europe and the United States.
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Android Programming 101
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