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Marc Reichelt
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Developer. Loves Linux, enjoys Android and open source in general. Making the world better, one step at a time!
Developer. Loves Linux, enjoys Android and open source in general. Making the world better, one step at a time!

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YEAH! I am accepted for the Udacity course with +Oliver Cameron​ - I'm honored!
Now I can follow my dream to bring self-driving cars alive! :)
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We just released a new mobile database. ObjectBox is designed for performance and easily outperforms any database we ever tested. It was a lot of work and fun to build it! Please share!

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Check out this fully working #monkeylang🐒 interpreter written in +Dart: https://github.com/mreichelt/monkey-dart
Kudos to my coworker Thorsten Ball for writing this awesome book https://interpreterbook.com/! :D

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Fellow Google+ followers: happy new year! :)
Also, how do you like the Google Assistant so far? If you like it, what do you think would be reasons for Google to keep it at a very small target audience? This doesn't make any sense to me…

https://medium.com/@mreichelt/google-assistant-we-need-to-talk-6fd3d0ad0fe1

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It took me a while to figure out how to write this. I wasn't planning on writing it today, but when something clicks you just have to get it out of your brain.

Thanks for being awesome, +Steve Kondik​. I'm eager to see what all of my friends from this group do next.

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New +Android Developers​ support libs 25.1.0 are packed full of goodies!
In other news: finally we get a compat ArraySet. Time to party! 🎉🎊🎆

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Say hello to Waymo—the next chapter of the Google self-driving car project! Waymo stands for a new way forward in mobility. After 8 years at Google, we're stepping out today as an independent self-driving technology company.

Over a year ago, we invited an old friend, Steve Mahan, for a ride. Steve had ridden in our cars in the past—first accompanied by a test driver in 2012 and then on a closed course in 2014. This time was different. Steve experienced the world’s first truly self-driving ride on public roads, navigating everyday traffic with no steering wheel, no pedals, and no test driver. This ride is just the beginning of what Waymo hopes to bring to the world.

Learn more at waymo.com and watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHbMt6WDhQ8
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