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To say it non-Java: We are excited about Corey Leigh Latislaw’s keynote on “Android is the World Phone”.

Corey is a Google Developer Expert (GDE) in Android who has written several high-profile Android applications at companies large and small. By day, she is writing several applications that work flawlessly offline to help OffGrid Electric power in Tanzania and Rwanda. At night, she authors videos and books on Android programming, runs an Android consulting firm, and organizes the Philadelphia Google Developer Group. She is passionate about travel, local food, the outdoors, photography, and living in Philly.

Corey’s keynote draws attention to Android as a World Phone, since Android is the most popular operating system in the world and growing rapidly. Emerging markets are where most of the mobile growth over the next decade will occur, but there are too few solutions that specifically target (or even consider) their needs. Building solutions that serve all of your customers will become increasingly more important.

In her talk, she will explore emerging use cases, technical challenges, and social challenges you will encounter when serving these markets. Her approach is that you will walk away with guidelines to write globally inclusive applications in order to make a broader global impact.

Find Corey on Google+ and Twitter.