Whether you’re an experienced Android developer, or you’re just getting started, you will need to think about storing data on the device. Android offers several options including relational data storage on a SQLite Database, but the APIs and examples provided by Google look like the state-of-the-art JDBC programming you did back in 1995! In this talk, you’ll learn how to use RealmDB, an elegant Object Relational database alternative to SQLite, to make database development on Android fun, easy, and testable.


Eric Maxwell is a Principal Engineer at Credible Software. He has spent 11 years architecting and developing software for various companies across different industries including healthcare, insurance, library science, and private aviation. His current focus is training, mentoring, and Android development. He has developed and taught courses on Java, Android and iOS. He’s also the author of the United Way of Delaware County Donor Discount app. When he’s not working he enjoys spending time with family, and watching/performing improv comedy. He is one of the founding members of Hashtag Comedy in Columbus and a cast member from 2012-2014.