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Renato Mangini
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Android Things developer platform engineer at Google
Android Things developer platform engineer at Google

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Today we released Developer Preview 6 (DP6) of Android Things, which includes new features that incorporate feedback from developers. DP6 is now based on API 27, and supports the latest Google Play Services 11.6 SDK features

Read our blog post here → goo.gl/d6A1yw

The device setup experience was improved through a new command-line utility for flashing and an enhanced Launcher UI that allows developers to configure WiFi, check for updates, and see the local I/O pin mappings. The Android Things Console has been updated and DP6 includes a new partition scheme, so developers will need to reflash existing devices. Support for WebView, TextureView, and OpenGL is now possible across all supported devices. New APIs enable control of local device settings, and over-the-air updates.
Android Things Developer Preview 6
Android Things Developer Preview 6
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Do you have cool ideas for IoT devices? Want to share? Submit your project to the Android Things contest!
We've partnered with +Hackster.io to bring you an Android Things dev challenge!

Learn more and enter to win → http://goo.gl/XKBCJh

Final projects must be submitted by Oct 31, 2017. Winners will receive support from Avnet, Dragon Innovation and Kickstarter to take their ideas from prototype to production. We are eager to see the projects that you come up with but more importantly, we're excited to see how your work can inspire other developers to create something great with Android Things!
Android Things Hackster Contest
Android Things Hackster Contest
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New version of Android Things released today. Find more in the blog post https://android-developers.googleblog.com/2017/06/android-things-developer-preview-41.html
Android Things Developer Preview 4.1
Android Things Developer Preview 4.1
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Watch +Dave Smith​ and I playing with the Gods of the Live Coding Demos, coding a few Android Things things (no pun intended) using Android Studio 3. Spoiler 1: fast forward to the end to see #kotlin in action. Spoiler 2: it worked ;-)
Watch +Renato Mangini and I discuss the new features released in Android Studio 3.0 to make developing for Android Things even easier.
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PSA: we've published new versions of some drivers (apa102, button, gps, ht16k33, rainbowhat and ssd1306), added a new driver (sensehat) and added individual changelogs.

The driver table in the main README now links to the changelog and shows what is the latest version, instead of linking you to the Bintray page as it was before. Now it's even easier to copy and paste the "compile" dependency line.

https://github.com/androidthings/contrib-drivers/blob/master/README.md

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Yay! The project I've been recently working on was launched today. Great tool for Android Auto developers!
Try the Android Auto Desktop Head Unit
Are you an #AndroidAuto developer? Try the Desktop Head Unit (https://goo.gl/vjonWt). The DHU enables your workstation to act as an Android Auto head unit that emulates the in-car experience for testing purposes.

http://goo.gl/SigSwR
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We're hiring Developer Platform software engineers!

The Developer Platform team is comprised of Googlers who are passionate about the coolest new technology and thrive by connecting to other developers who share similar passions. This is the team behind all the rich, technical content on developers.google.com and developer.android.com, as well as the people you’re likely to see speaking at Google I/O, on youtube.com/googledevelopers or in our Udacity courses.

The team is currently hiring for the following software engineering roles:
* iOS API development
* Web API development
* Backend API development
* Metrics pipeline development
* Tools development 
* Web development
* Game technology development
* Test engineers
* Release engineers

Detailed descriptions available at http://g.co/dev/engjobsq115

Interested? Apply at https://www.google.com/about/careers/search#!t=jo&jid=41144. When you apply, indicate your interest in Developer Platform as well as the specific area of development listed above.

#googledevelopers   #AndroidDev  
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The project I've been working on has launched. YAY! Go, Android Auto, go!
Begin developing with Android Auto
Begin developing with Android Auto
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