droidcon Berlin 2021 — Presentations

droidcon Berlin 2021 - presentations

I’ve had a fantastic week at #dcbln21. I couldn’t ask for a better event for us to be once again together. I’ve had the opportunity to meet numerous people in person and remember how good it feels to talk to a live audience.

Now that I’m back to reality, I wanted to check a couple of slides from talks that I’ve watched and as I was bookmarking them, I’ve decided to go that extra mile and try to gather them in a single post.

Note: if you’ve found slides that are not here, please add them in the comments, that I’ll update this post.




  • A Comedy Talk (by Chet Haase)
  • The shape of media regulation to come (by Hans-Christian Woger and Philipp Sümmermann)
  • Migrating a large-scale banking app to Compose (by Fatih Giriş)
  • Enhance your single screen designed-app to make it shine on foldable devices (by Cesar Valiente and Cristian Verdes)
  • A-Z of Kotlin Flow (by Monika Kumar Jethani)
  • Agile hardware development (as an Android dev) (by Falko Richter)
  • Twitter driven development and the mythical 10x developer (by Abdurahman Adilovic)
  • Climate Crisis: Can we as developers save the planet? (panel) (by Jörn Ehmann, Fred Porciúncula, Max Schulze, and Juhani Lehtimäki)
  • Kotlin’s companion: The power of IntelliJ IDEA (by Marc Reichelt)
  • A Composable New World! (by Carlos Mota)
  • That’s how we scroll in Flutter (by Krzysztof Krasiński-Sroka, Jan Stępień, and Artur Płaczek)
  • The future of work is TBD (panel) (by Tautvydas Leonavičius, Miriam Busch, and Erik Hellman)
  • Accessibility Matters (by Aleksandar Ninevski)
  • How to ask permission, the clean way (by Ronaldo Pace)
  • Building a books app with Jetpack Compose and Firebase (by Rosário Pereira Fernandes)
  • What they don’t tell you about feature toggles (by Ivan Damjanović)
  • Migrating your app to compose, step 1, live coding (by Richard Schattauer)
  • Engage with Firebase: How to make users to actually use your app (by Santiago Martínez)
  • Standby Buckets in Android (by Mathias Wegener)
  • Introducing Kotlin Multiplatform in an existing project (by Marco Gomiero)

Thank you @droidconBerlin for putting everything together. Excellent job, as always 🙂.