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Google will host a Reddit AMA to answer developers’ questions about Android 11

03/07/2020

Google wants to give developers a better idea of what they can expect from Android 11. In a post on the Android Developers subreddit, Google announced it’ll host an AMA with the community on July 9. If you were hoping to sneak in a question, you might want to hold your horses — unless you’re a developer at...
Google wants to give developers a better idea of what they can expect from Android 11. In a post on the Android Developers subreddit, Google announced it’ll host an AMA with the community on July 9. If you were hoping to sneak in a question, you might want to hold your horses — unless you’re a developer at least. “Please note that we want to keep the conversation focused strictly on the engineering of the platform,” the announcement reads. “This is your chance to ask us technical questions related to Android 11 features and changes.” Google quietly dropped the public developer beta… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Android,Google,Reddit Google wants to give developers a better idea of what they can expect from Android 11. In a post on the Android Developers subreddit, Google announced it’ll host an AMA with the community on July 9. If you were hoping to sneak in a question, you might want to hold your horses — unless you’re a developer at least. “Please note that we want to keep the conversation focused strictly on the engineering of the platform,” the announcement reads. “This is your chance to ask us technical questions related to Android 11 features and changes.” Google quietly dropped the public developer beta… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Android,Google,Reddit
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