Sunday, November 11, 2007

I dream of electric sheep.

In roughly 24 hours, we'll release the Android SDK, and I'll finally be able to talk about what I work on. My phone will be one (big) step closer to freedom. Wish us luck!

Update: It's alive!


Blogger Sam Halliday said...

You've probably unintentionally given away something here... I'm taking this to mean that the SDK has a Java interface ;-)

12:52 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Best of luck. I am eagerly waiting for the hours to elapse :)

7:35 PM  
Blogger Peske said...

You are a plain old Java fan, but sounds like a bunch of people you work with are plain old Philip K. Dick fans as well!

Looking forward to the Android API; in the meantime, I need to do some dependency injection in code I'm working on, so I'll try to become a guice fan in the meantime.

Burning question: are replicants injected with their dreams?

9:30 PM  
Blogger Artem Marchenko said...

Good luck! :)
It's interesting to see how standard and easy to use it is.

11:21 PM  
Blogger Cosmin Marginean said...

I am assuming that along with the API, we'll also get some decent emulators that work well on Linux, is it? :)
Anyways, the best of luck.

12:12 AM  
Blogger Staff Software Engineer at Google said...

Is Android powered by Guice?

6:24 AM  
Blogger Bob said...

Solomon, not yet. :)

7:38 AM  
Blogger Cosmin Marginean said...

Yummy. The videos make it sound so delicious. I'll have to check for myself though :). Oh boy. I can hardly wait.
Bob, at what level were you involved in this? I always saw you more as a server-sider :)
Any clues about plans concerning manufacturers and when will we able to hold one of these wonders in our hands?

Again, congratulations and good luck.

3:18 PM  
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2:11 AM  

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