Androids: The Team that Built the Android Operating System


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‘Well-Written’

“Well-written [with] humorous and clever narration . . . highly recommended . . . a must-read book for every developer.”

—Joseph Henry, Tech Times

‘A Great Read’

“A great read on operating systems, teams and life inside Google.”

—Tom Karlo, Meta Reality Labs

‘Highly Recommend’

“I highly recommend reading it in order to understand [the] ecosystem of the mobile technology before iPhone and later Android appeared.”

—@Farenain

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About the Author

Chet Haase has spent many years working in high tech companies across Silicon Valley, usually on graphics software. He joined the Android team at Google in 2010, where he has written animation and UI software, led the UI toolkit team, served as Android’s Chief Advocate in developer relations, and is now an engineer in the graphics team. He writes books and articles, creates videos and gives presentations, either humorous or technical (often both). This is Chet’s sixth book. His other books include two programming books, two humor books, and one slim volume of poetry about donuts.

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About the Publisher

No Starch Press has published the finest in geek entertainment since 1994, creating both timely and timeless titles like Python Crash Course, Python for Kids, How Linux Works, and Hacking: The Art of Exploitation. An independent, San Francisco-based publishing company, No Starch Press focuses on a curated list of well-crafted books that make a difference. They publish on many topics, including computer programming, cybersecurity, operating systems, and LEGO. The titles have personality, the authors are passionate experts, and all the content goes through extensive editorial and technical reviews. Long known for its fun, fearless approach to technology, No Starch Press has earned wide support from STEM enthusiasts worldwide.

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