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My first talk!

I gave my first talk at Android Alliance Philly yesterday on Monetizing Android apps with in-app billing on Google Play Store. The audience was wonderful, asked a lot of questions and gave me plenty of ideas on how to improve my talk and presentation.

Kudos to @corey_latislaw who live-tweeted and sketch-noted while I talked. What an amazing way to remember things!




I'm looking forward to giving this talk at AnDevCon Boston in July!

Link to my slides: Monetizing Android apps on Google Play Store


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