Stacy Devino is a multifaceted, international speaker noted for her work in diversity advocacy, tech democracy, “real-talk” personal and technical development, and as a keynote speaker. She has been an Android developer for over a decade and worked on nearly every aspect of the ecosystem, currently specializing in rich, engaging media experiences for customers.¬†

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Her work has been featured on sites like Wired, Gizmodo, and in addition to being mentioned directly in published books. Stacy is an Intel Innovator, GDG Organizer, WWC Evangelist, WTM Ambassador, fmr. Women Techmakers North America Mentor, fmr. Google Developer Expert for Android, and fmr. Google Developer Group Mentor. She is married to the talented Stev-O (Stephen Wylie).

If you would like to see a list of my Speaking Engagements, please click here. 

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I am a PROUD member of the Dallas Makerspace . You can usually find me helping people with their hardware or software projects as well as shooting the breeze with our fellow makers!

When not doing projects or helping others, I enjoy audiophile audio, cooking, singing, French horn, drawing, crafting, and playing with my kiddos.


John Scheiman · September 22, 2013 at 1:29 PM

Stacy, Hello. We are very interested in your LED sign projects. Our client requires Android Bluetooth LED programmable signs. We currently are supplying rs232 connected single color signs that are P6 in 16×128 and 16×160 matrix size. Can you offer us the led controller and Bluetooth module to make this project a reality. We would really like to back your efforts and become a partner.
John Scheiman
Phone 8113 495-9000

Amit K · May 2, 2014 at 4:09 AM

Stacy ,

I am the co-founder of the company Evoluzn and we want some advice on the headset . Can you please send me an email with your contact information and I can share more details .


Cari N. · October 19, 2016 at 3:50 AM

Hey Stacy, I came across your talk on Realm about Android Multithreading and just wanted to let you know you’ve encouraged me to continue pursuing a career in tech. If you get a chance, please send me an email…


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