Speaking at Øredev 2019 – Automate All The Things

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I had a great time speaking at Øredev Developer Conference today in Malmö, Sweden. Øredev is quite a bit larger than the typical conference I’m used to speaking at, so it’s been a fun “out of my comfort zone” experience. Øredev treats their speakers very well, and we’ve had a great time so far.

Here are the slides from my talk “Automate All The Things”

Android Dev Summit 2019

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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.

Android Studio Shortcuts for Tool Windows

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Android Studio shortcuts for tool windows save you time and make you a more efficient Android developer.

In this video, you’ll get a look at where to find tool windows, how to customize their position, size, and behavior, see how to customize the shortcuts for these tools, and finally see some ways in which you can quickly reconfigure the windows inside of Android Studio.

A React Native Retrospective

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I recently tweeted about us removing the final React Native code from our codebase at Udacity.

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removed React Native from our codebase… – decreased apk size 35% 👍- decreased build time ~20% 👍- decreased number of languages required to fully understand/work on the project 👍probably my favorite PR merge in a while 😃

As a result of the responses to that tweet, I decided to write a retrospective on our usage of React Native on the mobile-engineering team at Udacity.

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