Monthly Performance Hangouts Begin May 21
Interested in mobile app and web performance, and want to chat with the experts from the AT&T Developer Program? We are kicking off a new monthly Hangout series for developers. Best of all, it’s a hangout so bring your dog to the party!
We are kicking off a monthly Google Hangout with the ARO team. We’ll discuss a background to mobile technology, and introduction to ARO and analyzing mobile applications. This is your chance to learn from AT&T ARO experts how to fix persistent performance problems you may be encountering in your mobile apps. Even if you haven’t been able to make it to one of the ARO workshops or DevLabs, we’re using Hangout to bring the experts to you. This is a great opportunity to engage in conversation with our experts and learn more about how the free ARO tool can help your mobile app use less battery, use less data, and be more responsive.
Join us for our first Google Hangout on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 11 a.m. PDT. You can sign up on our Google+ Event page. Sgn up today so you can be sure to get a notification when the Hangout starts. If this is your first Google Hangout here are a few things to know about joining in:
- You need a Google email account to participate and you can join a hangout right from your email.
- You can upgrade your Chat account to Hangouts by by clicking on your photo icon in Gmail’s chat list.
- In addition to being able to join a Hangout in Google+, you can also join a Google Hangout from your computer, mobile phone or tablet, just download the Chrome extension, Apple or Android app.
- Google Hangouts support 10 people on the screen at a time. If you’re not among those 10 you can still watch the Hangout Live on YouTube.
- If you’re not on the live Hangout, you can still ask our expert questions by posting it on our Hangout post on the AT&T Developer Program Google+ site.
We are looking forward to talking performance and hanging out with our developer community!
In the coming months, we’ll hit on hot topics in performance, as well as:
- Network attenuator
- Caching best practices
- Connection best practices
- RCC state machine
- Video streaming best practices
Be sure to invite your friends and join us on May 21st for AT&T ARO Office Hours and get personalized help with questions on improving performance for your mobile app or website. In the meantime, feel free to post any questions you might have about ARO or upcoming Hangouts you would like to attend in the comments.