I was honoured when David Wood asked me to present at his first "brown bag" lunch lecture at Accenture.
Normally I would run through a presentation of this length at several different venues and thoroughly hone it before presenting at a high profile event. As you'll see from the slides and video, it's still a bit rough round the edges.
The gist of this talk is that keeping Android open is key to its success. We must resist the "AOL-isation" of this platform. How customers, MNOs, manufacturers and Google can work together to help keep this ecosystem flourishing.
I'll be polishing the presentation - and my responses to the tough questions - over the coming months. In the meantime, here are the slides and a video of the event.
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(Sorry for the volume levels - try turning your speakers up to 11)
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