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GDG Montreal Android February Meetup
Notman House, 51 Sherbrooke West, Montréal, (QC)
The Meetup this month will be held at Notman House, one of the most popular locations in Montreal for tech community events :)
We'll have a talk on mobile security by Mohamad Elserngrawy and a talk on drawables and UI by Marcos Paulo Damasceno.
- 18h00: Socializing
- 18h15: Welcome, announcements, present your startup, etc.
- 18h30: CaptureMe: Attacking the User Credential in Mobile Banking Applications
- 19h30: The Magic World of Drawables
- 20h30: Wrap-up, food and drink with the gang at a TBD location.
Welcome & Announcements
- Coming soon in March and April
- Call for speakers
- Women TechMaker event
- March Meetup
- April Meetup
CaptureMe: Attacking the User Credential in Mobile Banking Applications
The topic abstract: I will present a new screenshot attack CaptureMe to expose the user credential (Card ID and password) from mobile banking applications on Android platform.
Words about me: I'm a Researcher and Software Engineer has 8 years of experiences in software design and development. In the last 3 years I focused my research on mobile platform security especially with Android platform.
The Magic World of Drawables
Marcos Paulo Damasceno
Talk description: A very useful and powerful feature of android that developers sometimes ignore or use it wrong. The small details of your app is what make it amazing, in this presentation we will talk about how Shapes, Layer-Lists and more can make your UI jump to another level and amaze your users. All that without being a rockstar designer!
Bio: Marcos is an Android Craftsman at Mirego, one of Canada's fastest-growing companies.
He loves simple and beautiful UX and UI and has his attention always focused to small details and what makes mobile apps great. A passionate about Start Ups, Marcos already attended to many start up weekends and hackathons in Sao Paulo, San Francisco and Montreal and currently serves as a mentor for some successful brazilian apps.
He has been playing around with mobile since 2010, worked in many significant android apps for the brazilian market in the backend and mobile stack. Marcos already had the opportunity to speak at big conferences in Brazil like The Developer's Conference and DevFest Sao Paulo.
Marcos moved to Montreal in 2013, where he led the development of a big consumer's product android tablet app currently used by Sony US and now do great stuff with an amazing team at Mirego.
You can follow Marcos at:
- Google Plus +marcospaulosd
- Twitter @marcospaulosd