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Manfred Moser

Manfred Moser
Hacker and Painter, simpligility technologies inc.

Website | @simpligility

Manfred Moser has been into dabbling with computers ever since getting a Commodore 64 in the 80s. He started using Linux and the internet in the 90s and has been professionally developing software in Java since 2003. This affinity to Linux and Java made Android development a natural progression and he is now working as Android application developer and consultant with his own little company
simpligility technologies.

Manfred has an engineering background, an eye for detail and a desire for doing it right, while also wanting to get the
software released and used. This got him involved with agile software development methodologies before everybody was talking about it.
He has a passion for tools and infrastructure that helps other developers and development teams and loves mentoring others and sharing his experience
and wealth of knowledge.

His community orientation got him to contribute to various open source projects including the
Maven Android Plugin
and author of the Android chapter in the book
Maven: The Complete Reference. He is the founder of the
Vancouver Island
Java User Group
in Victoria, BC, where he lives with his wonderful wife and three little sons. You can follow him on twitter
@simpligility or read his blog posts to find out more.


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The Android SDK is open source and developed transparently. Although not well known, this is just the tip of the iceberg. There is a huge variety of development, test and build tools available. You can reuse some existing Java libraries and will find that more and more Android specific libraries are being created and used. Get a good overview and see what the future might bring. Read more.