Jersey City NJ, United States
Mike is an Android Architect at the New York Times focused on app performance and functional reactive architectures. Mike started his Android career several years ago making warehouse logistics software which dealt with external sensors/barcode readers. He then did a stint at TouchLab, an Android consulting form, before (briefly) chasing the equity dream at Betterment. Mike is the co-founder of FriendlyRobot.nyc, a small Android development shop in New York City. He enjoys speaking about Android at conferences and area meetups, writing for tech blogs, and maintaining the TinyDancer open source library.