Kolkata, India (PressExposure) December 10, 2015 -- In an exclusive interview yesterday, Mr. Hussain Fakhruddin - the CEO of Teknowledge Software - confirmed that his mobile app company will be participating in this year's edition of the droidconIN event. The experience of attending such a large-scale event and the opportunity to interact with leading industry professionals would benefit his team of Android developers, Mr. Fakhruddin opined.
Scheduled to be held in Bengaluru on the 17th and 18th of December, this year's droidcon India event is expected to witness the presence of a large contingent of mobile app entrepreneurs, from across the country. According to early booking reports, several overseas delegates, from countries like Sweden, Denmark, Italy and the United States, will also be in attendance.
A seven-member team of Android app developers will be representing Teks Mobile at droidconIN 2015. When contacted, the participants stated that they were looking forward with great excitement at the opportunity of presenting live app demonstrations during the two-day affair, to a large audience. Teknowledge has recently taken up several critical big data-driven enterprise app projects on the Android platform, and taking part in droidcon India would help the developers in working on them as well.
The Behance portfolio of Tenowledge mobile app development company (https://www.behance.net/teknowledge) already has close to 1000 appreciations for its various projects - and the company CEO feels that this is just the right time to present original work to a live audience at the droiconIN event. The company had sent in proposals for consideration a week ago, and Mr.Fakhruddin is confident about the Android apps created by his team getting rave reviews. Cross-platform app development - another key agenda at the event - is something that the developers from Teknowledge are also interested in.
Over the last couple of years, Teknowledge has constantly been encouraging mobile app developers to keep track of and attend events related to making apps for mobile and wearable devices. Mr. Fakhruddin reiterated during yesterday's interview that there are many little things that new developers and coders are not aware of - since they are not covered in regular app development training modules. For instance, at droidconIN 2015, he feels that the new recruits of Teks Mobile will get to learn a lot about the overall Google Play Store ecosystem, as well as app testing and deployment methods. The first-hand exposure to the latest Android APIs and frameworks would also boost the professional expertise of developers, feels Mr. Fakhruddin.
With the domain of mobile technology in the midst of a white-hot revolution worldwide, multinational companies like Teknowledge Mobile Studio simply cannot afford to stay static in their way of operations. Several interactive in-house workshops and seminars on the Internet of Things (IoT) and the popular build tools for Android were simultaneously organized at the Kolkata and Sydney offices of the company last month - and the knowledge-sharing opportunities at droidconIN 2015 would supplant these developer training modules well. Mr. Fakhruddin sounded sincere as he stated that, despite having well over a decade of experience in the field of mobile app development, he loves attending events such as this - to gain new perspectives, and stay abreast with the latest tech trends.
Teknowledge is on the verge of completing two interesting game development projects - App Battles and Prince of Asia. For marketing them in the best possible manner, the sessions on Android games will be invaluable, according to the team selected for attending the event. Home automation and making apps for Android Wear also feature among the long lineup of topics that would be covered at the Bengaluru event this year.
Mr. Hussain Fakhruddin has been a staunch supporter of the 'learning is an integral part of growing' philosophy. He and his team are really excited about attending droidcon India 2015 - and they would be richer for the experience, that's for sure.