The Tablet Show
Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell bring you the best minds in software development for tablets, phones, and mobile devices; covering WinRT/Metro, iOS, Android, and HTML/JS/CSS development 

Carl and Richard talk to Jason Ostrander about his experiences building Android tablet applications. The conversation starts out talking about the differences of building in Java on the desktop versus mobile and tablet devices - being far more resource constrained and performance sensitive. Jason also digs into his experiences with Android OS fragmentation, as well as building the software that ships with the Barnes and Noble Nook device. The Android ecosystem is alive and well, and there's lots of stuff to build!
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Jason Ostrander
Jason Ostrander
Jason Ostrander is a mobile and web software developer at Samsung’s mobile accelerator and author of the book 'Android UI Fundamentals'. Prior to that, he wrote apps for the Nook tablet at Barnes & Noble, solved Android content sync problems at startup doubleTwist, built the internet of things at Sentilla, and wrote satellite communications simulations at defense company Northrop Grumman. Jason holds an MS in Electrical Engineering from UCLA. He lives with his wife in New York City.

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