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Android Accessibility by Tutorials

Second Edition · Android 12 · Kotlin 1.6 · Android Studio Chipmunk

Before You Begin

Section 0: 4 chapters
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Section I: Android Accessibility by Tutorials

Section 1: 13 chapters
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Section II: Appendix

Section 2: 1 chapter
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iv. About the Team
Written by Victoria Gonda

About the Author

Victoria Gonda is the author of this book. They are a software engineer who primarily works with Android. After having studied both dance production and computer science, they focused their career on software because of its potential to help people in a meaningful way. This is visible in their passion for accessibility. In their spare time, Victoria enjoys playing board games and curling up with a good book. You can connect with them on Twitter at @TTGonda.

About the Editors

Gabriela Kordić is the tech editor of this book. She is a tech enthusiast with a master’s degree in Computer Science based in Osijek, Croatia. She got into programming during college and has been developing Android and iOS apps for several years. Her passion for sharing knowledge drives her to contribute to the developer community through books and tutorials. In her spare time, Gabriela attends tech talks and invests time in learning new things from the programming world. When she’s not crushing it in the tech world, she enjoys spending time with her husband and cat, going into the forest with her horse and playing the piano.

Ellen Shapiro is an iOS and Android developer currently working at Gusto. She helped bring songwriting app Hum to life, worked extensively on the Apollo GraphQL iOS SDK, and has been a writer and tech editor for and its associated books since 2013. She’s also developed several independent applications through her personal company, Designated Nerd Software. When she’s not writing code, she’s usually tweeting about it at @DesignatedNerd, playing sous-chef to her wife Lilia, or relentlessly Instagramming her two cats.

Jennifer Bailey is a former software engineer who is now a full-time professor for Aims Community College in Colorado where she teaches mobile app development for Android and iOS. She also teaches courses in Python, Java, C++, and .NET platform utilizing C#. She is the lead organizer of Google Developer Group of Northern Colorado. She enjoys various Android meetups and conferences around the United States. In her spare time, Jenn enjoys rollerblading, horseback riding and spending time with her teenage daughter, dogs and cats.

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