Google's Matias Duarte Will Be Holding An 'Ask Me Anything' Next Tuesday At 10 AM PST

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The first few days of March will be dedicated to Mobile World Congress 2015 for much of the tech community, an event which will be full of new devices from the industry's top brands showing off what they have to come for the remainder of the year. The event is always a big to do and probably the year's largest tech event focused on mobile device hardware and technology. March will also be the time when Android enthusiasts will have their chance to come online and talk to Android head of the user experience and ask him anything they wish.

Yes, Google states that their own Matias Duarte will be hosting an Ask Me Anything next week Tuesday, March 3rd, at 10 a.m. PST as an online event for anyone to ask questions to their hearts content. AMA's are usually associated with Reddit, of course that's just how we likely all think of them, but Duarte and Google make sure to note this won't be held on Reddit but instead on a website called Designer News, which among being a place where one can go to grab news and other bits of useful info on tech and design, is also a discussion board platform, which explains the reasoning for holding the AMA there.

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The info was posted up on the Google Design Twitter not too long ago, and if you're interested in partaking in this discussion make sure to bookmark the source link below which holds the link to where the AMA is going to be held. Google nor Duarte gave out any details as to the direction of this AMA but rest assured some of it if not a good portion of it is probably going to be directed at Android. AMA's can often be a great outlet for people to get user feedback on tons of stuff, and the occasional odd question that usually has nothing to do with the related topics of focus, which is something people should just come to expect, because hey, it is the internet. Since it's only midweek, that means you have plenty of time to gather up your best questions and present them to Matias come next Tuesday morning.

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Justin has written for Android Headlines since 2012 and currently adopts a Editor role with a specific focus on mobile gaming and game-streaming services. Prior to the move to Android Headlines Justin spent almost eight years working directly within the wireless industry. Contact him at [email protected]

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