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Hey, I’m Annyce Davis. Thanks for stopping by! I spend my day-to-day working as an Engineering Leader. I’ve specifically been focused on native mobile applications for over the past decade.

I’m an Android and Kotlin Google Developer Expert. This means that I spend time developing videos, blog posts, and conference talks for the Developer Community. It’s something that I’m very proud of and passionate about.

I’m currently the Vice President of Engineering at Meetup. At Meetup, I help create the future of real community where people show up, do things, and actually talk to each other. Shaping what “mobile-first” means for an established company is both challenging and rewarding.

I love creating online training materials. In fact, I’ve created several courses for LinkedIn Learning that cover multiple subjects related to software engineering.

I hope you find something useful in my little portion of the Internet 😉

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  1. This is the repo that syncs the Git Book on moving from being an individual contributor to an engineering manager.

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  2. This contains talk proposals that I've submitted to conferences

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  3. Sample GraphQL API Using Ktor and KGraphQL

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  4. kmm_annyce Public

    This is a sample app where I can explore Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile (KMM)

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