San Francisco Android User Group held an event on February 23rd, 2010 with Marko Gargenta who presented on Android Internals and NDK.
Marko talked about the anatomy of Android system, how various parts work as well as how to use JNI and NDK to write our own native libraries to be called from our Android applications. The audience learned how Android system starts up, what major pieces run as part of the C library, how each application is isolated from others, what they use to communicate between them.
Here's the video (1:05:46) from this event:
This event was:
Hosted by: SUPINFO International University (of San Francisco)
Sponsored by: Lookout and Marakana
Organized by: Marakana