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Gustavo Rodríguez Baldera
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getHeaderView method added to NavigationView class in Design Support library v23.1.1. So yo can modify your header view programmatically without the need of inflating the header layout by yourself. Changelog: http://developer.android.com/tools/support-library/index.html #androiddev

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Using the TMDB API, is there a way to get a list  of movies (using the find endpoint) specifying  a list of imdb ids?

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#AndroidLollipop rollout has started and will soon be available on most #Nexus devices in the coming weeks. How’s that for a sweet Wednesday pick-me up?
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"Find something that you're passionate about and just do it.” - Linus Torvalds, creator of Linux at LinuxCon and CloudOpen Europe. Here are 9 more great quotes and videos from keynote speakers at this year's event.

http://www.linux.com/news/featured-blogs/200-libby-clark/794601-10-great-quotes-from-linuxcon-and-cloudopen-europe-keynote-videos-2014-
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Nice.. Now Google Calendar knows special days from Dominican Republic 
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How to not be an industry reference and leader

Today I played a little bit with the Note 4, and was really disgusted by it's software.

Every app has a different look & feel and different design styles. It's so unorganized and inconsistent. None of them follow any Google design guidelines, and look like they were made by amateurs. 

This really worries me, because Samsung is the main Android OEM. The average person who wants to start with Android, will probably buy a Samsung device. That's why lots of people that I know say that "iOS looks a lot better than Android",  "Android is slower", "Android isn't polished", and "Android is more confusing!". Sure, with all this crap ware that Samsung introduces, it's totally damaging Android's image.

I will probably never buy a device with this kind of software in it. I really hope that Google introduces some strict policies for OEMs to respect  certain aspects of the operating system.

Sigh. 
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