If you’re old like me, you might remember back when Apple dropped the bombshell that the next generation of Macs would come equipped with *gasp* Intel processors. For the decade leading up to this transition, Macs had been built around the PowerPC CPUs, but as Steve Jobs explained in the 2005 WWDC keynote,
Every year in June, Apple holds its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) to show off the shiny new features planned for the next release of iOS. People from all over the world flock to San Francisco and tune into the live stream to witness this event. The feeling is akin to the excitement experienced by eager children unwrapping gifts on Christmas Day.
This year I was lucky enough to attend Google I/O in person. Needless to say, a lot of information was released in three days, and it’s sometimes hard to filter what’s actually relevant to your day to day work. So, in this post I’ll try to highlight the big upcoming changes discussed or announced at Google I/O this year that will impact Android developers.