William Choi has a background as a software engineer at Google, working on features that make our lives better. He left Google to be one of the co-founders of Aviate, my personal favorite home screen replacement for Android. Working with Mark Daiss and Paul Montoy-Wilson, William built Aviate into a product that had a ton of users and was catching the eye of big time companies. Aviate was purchased by Yahoo in January of 2014 and now he works at Yahoo on Aviate, continuing to make that better for us. We are really excited about William Choi joining us on the Android Headlines Show this Wednesday night at 930pm.
We’re going to be talking to be talking to William about his time at Google, starting Aviate and getting that off the ground, and what life is like for him at Yahoo. He’s had a lot of experience with Android and Google apps while working at Google. We’re also interested in getting his perspective on the switch from Google, to running his own company, to working Yahoo. We talked to JBQ a few weeks ago about his transition from Google to Yahoo, but William’s experience was a bit different. If you’re a fan of Aviate, or Google, or Yahoo, or Android in general, you’re going to want to come hang out with us on the Android Headlines show this Wednesday, December 10.
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