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Clue’s Eugenio Marletti named Android Developer Expert by Google

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Our lead Android developer, Eugenio, recently became a GDE (Google Developer Expert) for – you guessed it – Android, with a particular focus on UI (user interface) and UX (user experience).

Google experts are defined as a "global network of experienced product strategists, designers, developers and marketing professionals actively supporting developers, startups and companies changing the world through web and mobile applications."

Only a few select people around the world are awarded with this title and they're limited per city and country.

To qualify as a GDE you have to have made (and continue to make) significant contributions to your respective field. You have to exude passion for your work and be active in enhancing your niche. And finally, you have to be referred, interviewed and evaluated by a Google expert and Google specialist.

As a GDE you get a direct line of contact to fellow experts, a heads up on new things happening within your community, invitations to conferences and summits – and the recognition of a respected industry title.

Eugenio takes every "it can't be done" as a personal challenge and we're forever impressed by his constant ability to make significant contributions to Clue, while enriching the greater tech and Android community.

Stay on top of all things Android through his lens on Medium and Twitter.

See Eugenio's work for yourself. Download Clue for Android today.

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