How stable is stable enough when deciding when to update a third-party library?
Android Dev Summit 2019 just wrapped up, and I have to say I had a really great time. I love the 100% Android focus, and I appreciate the direct access to Googlers, devices, tools, and announcements.
Unlike Google I/O, Android Dev Summit is not an overwhelmingly large affair. It’s big enough to provide loads of valuable content and amazing developers, but small enough that you can actually take it all in.
Have you seen increased app review times when submitting apps via the Google Play Console?
There have been several posts from Google over the past few months indicating that more time will be spent ensuring the quality of apps before they are released.
In this post, we’ll introduce you to formatting Kotlin code with ktlint, and specifically focus on adding ktlint to your Kotlin project.
I’m happy to share that my 2.5 hour Kotlin tutorial is now available via freeCodeCamp! Learn the Kotlin programming language in this introduction to Kotlin.
I’ve had a number of questions lately about which podcasts I’ve been listening to, and where to find them, so I thought I’d share a small list of relevant Android development podcasts for you to check out.
I want to share 6 tips for creating conference talk proposals that are clear, concise, and tell a story.
These tips can help you start writing better proposals for conference CFPs and hopefully increase your chances of getting a conference talk accepted.