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Intel Developer Blog: A look at what's lined up for next week's Droidcon Paris
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Summer might be drawing to a close but things are about to heat up in Paris as Droidcon comes to town on the 22nd September for what’s been billed as one of the largest gatherings of Android developers in France.

For two days, Android experts (including some from Intel) will meet up to talk tools and tips for producing innovative applications, against the backdrop of a packed programme of conferences and events.

The Android development community in Europe has grown into one of the most vibrant in the world, and Droidcon has become one of the most highly anticipated dates in the calendar. The Intel Developer Zone team will be there, demonstrating its range of development kits, as well as Android TV, with expert personnel on hand to discuss marketing and selling your Android apps. Stop by our stand to try out a range of devices based on Intel technology, including the Acer Iconia Tab 8, the Dell Venue 8 3840, the Asus Zenfone and many other devices. Intel will also be demonstrating various development tools including Intel XDK for HTML5, Graphics Performance Analyzers, and its Integrated Native Developer Experience (INDE).

But, more than that, Intel is also taking an active part in Droidcon’s speaker programme. Xavier Hallade, one of Intel’s resident Android evangelists, is taking part in a conference session on the 22nd at 09.55, where he’ll be discussing the Native Development Kit (NDK), Miracast wireless screencasting, and Intel development tools, which are now compatible with ARM processors. Then, later on the same day, at 15.20, technical consultant Alex Weggerle is in the community-focussed Barcamp area to discuss how the Android NDK can be used to integrate C/C++ code into Android applications and libraries.

Finally, expect further exciting Intel announcements. Such as more details on Intel and Unity’s expansion of support across Intel-based devices, which allows Unity developers to bring native Android games and mobile apps to devices with any existing or future Intel processor families.

Register for Droidcon Paris here and tune in to @B_Fraedrich on Twitter to keep up to date on Intel at Droidcon Paris, including the chance to win prizes, snag freebies and enter competitions at the show!

 This blog post is written by Softtalkblog, and is sponsored by the Intel Developer Zone, which helps you to develop, market and sell software and apps for prominent platforms and emerging technologies powered by Intel Architecture.

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