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This week on #AndroidDialogs, while at DevFest DC, I have an awesome chat with the amazing +Antonio Zugaldia, Android engineer at Mapbox and co-organizer of the DC Android meetup.

Antonio talks about some of the awesome things that Mapbox lets you do with location data as well as how to handle common pain points with location awareness.

Also if you're in the DC Metro area and would love to speak at a meetup, DC Android would love to hear from you! So please give Antonio a buzz.

Thanks so much again, Antonio. Had loads of fun and always happy to talk to a DC dev.

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This week on #AndroidDialogs, I was super lucky to sit down with the utterly awesome +Eugenio Marletti, GDE and Android Lead Developer at +Clue, and ask him about just some of the amazing custom work done for their Android app.

Thanks so much, Eugenio.

Side note: first interview that I've done cross-legged.

Side side note: Between when this interviewed was filmed and published, Eugenio became a GDE AND Clue was made an Editor's Choice in the Play Store. So double congrats!

Hope y'all enjoy and please subscribe if you like what we're doing.

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Back in July I was super lucky to have given a talk at +360|AnDev on custom Views and ViewGroups. Today Realm released the awesomely produced recording of that talk.

Thanks so much again to the 360|AnDev folks for letting me speak and to everyone that came.

Hope it helps.

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Custom Views and ViewGroups are powerful. Huyen Tue Dao discusses when to and when not to go custom, and talks about good practices.
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This week on #AndroidDialogs, I learn about Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) from the fantastic +Florina Muntenescu, an Android developer for +upday.

So many thanks for Florina for taking time during +droidcon Berlin to come by and chat with me. I learned a ton and love the addition of RxJava to MVVM.

Please check it out and if you like, please subscribe!

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Here's an article about using interpolators for better, non-linear timing effects on your animations. It even comes with a sample app that I demo'd at 360|AnDev last week, and which is hosted at https://github.com/google/android-ui-toolkit-demos/tree/master/Animations/InterpolatorPlayground. The app is intended for developers to download and play with to figure out which interpolator(s) to use for your applications and use cases. So please do that.

https://medium.com/google-developers/timing-is-everything-8218b8df5485
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On #AndroidDialogs, while in NYC for +Droidcon NYC I have a super fun chat with +Christina Lee about how her team at +Pinterest has been using Kotlin in production.

Thanks a ton to +Trello for letting us record in their office and thanks a ton to Christina for sitting down with me.

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Video: Intro to RxJava by +Christina Lee is now live!
Introducing RxJava, an incredibly powerful tool for making Android code easier to maintain and less bug prone.
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On #AndroidDialogs, I catch +Ryan Harter, GDE and freelance Android developer, all about AutoValue amidst many Androids.

Thank you so much, Ryan!

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On Friday's #AndroidDialogs, +Chiu-Ki Chan hangs out with +Kristin Marsicano while at +360|AnDev to learn all about the Android lifecycle.

Thank you so much for chatting with us Kristin! Had an absolute blast with you and the Android army.

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This week on #AndroidDialogs, I sit down with +Jeroen Mols who tells me all about his work on Android and connected devices as an engineer at Philips.

Really fun to see all the things that you can do with connected devices on Android. But working with hardware, as usual, is not easy.

Thanks so much for talking with me, Jeroen!

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This week on #AndroidDialogs I was super lucky to sit down with +Danny Preussler to talk about all sorts of awesome things of the Unit Testing variety: great tips and how to live without Robolectric.

Thank you so much, Danny. It was a blast talking to you in Berlin. And I hope y'all watch for some awesome knowledge drops on Unit Testing.

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  • University of Maryland, College Park
    B.S., Computer Engineering, 2001 - 2005
  • University of Maryland, College Park
    M.S., Electrical Engineering, 2005 - 2008
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