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So honored to be one of the judges of the first BattleHack Italy!

Join us in Venice! :-D
 
Hey Italy, #BattleHack  Venice is coming!

Ready to participate at a badass 24 hours hackathon? Come and join our team and amazing judges such as +Mario Viviani !

Looking forward to seeing what the teams will come up with!
ARE YOU THE ULTIMATE HACKER FOR GOOD? HELP YOUR COMMUNITY, WIN AN EPIC AXE TROPHY AND A CHANCE AT $100K USD_
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+Mario Viviani - If that's the outfit, then the venue needs to change to the Colosseum. 
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This is amazing. +Jitpack Io automatically package up GitHub projects and serve them via their Maven repository for easy consumption in Gradle/Maven.

https://jitpack.io/
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Looking forward to this project from the brand new (but long-time awesome!) GDE +Mark Allison​!!
 
I'm working on a new Android theming library named Prism. There's still a little bit of work to do but I'm aiming to release it in mid-July. The GIF shows it in action being driven by a ViewPager - the only thing not being coloured by Prism is the text within each page of the ViewPager. It integrates fully with the new design support library and supports custom Views as well.

I'll be giving a sneak peek of Prism at the Londroid meetup this coming Tuesday http://www.meetup.com/android/events/223098440

#PrismLib #gde   #androiddev  
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Useful stuff. Link all the links!
 
Android TextView LinkBuilder Library

One of the major issues I faced when creating Talon for Twitter was adding custom clickable links (without using TextView's autoLink functionality, which kinda sucks in most cases). This feature took by far the most time, research, failing, and experimenting of anything that I have put into the app so far.

Today, I am happy to announce a new library that I made to simplify this process. It makes creating clickable links super easy. Basically just specify the text (or regular expression) you want to create links for, then add a click action and some styling if you want to.

All the major players use this kind of thing in their apps (Google+, Twitter, etc.) and now you can too. Enjoy and if you have suggestions, issues, or pull requests, feel free to send them my way. I'm very happy with how this project turned out and hopeful that some people enjoy it and use it in their own apps.

I have used it in one of my projects for work already and it has been incredibly helpful.


https://github.com/klinker24/Android-TextView-LinkBuilder


Although I have had plenty of open source contributions in the past, this is the first  actual library project I created by myself :) so I am pretty pumped about this and what you can do with it.

Let me know what you think!
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Here's the great sandbox talk by GDE +Raul Portales at Google I/O 2015, about Playful Apps!
 
Video of +Raul Portales  talk at I/O: Playful Apps, why and how - A GDEs perspective. 

#GDE   #publicspeaking   #io15  
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#pixelpushing   #wearablies

Every time I check for 5.1.1 update on my Moto 360 and it says "System Updated" I'm all like...
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+Assaf Gamliel​ I received it yesterday, thanks anyway! :-) 
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An enlightening article by a guy who knows a couple of things about technology and storytelling: John Lasseter. 
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This is getting interesting. #OnePlus2  
 
Get ready for the #OnePlus2 launch. OnePlus Cardboard will be available for free! Find out more: http://bit.ly/OPcrdbd
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On-demand food delivery services are starting to become a thing even in Italy (didn't expect that, uh?). So it is definitely interesting to read about a "Hunger Games" - literally - of those apps! :-D 
Food delivery apps are everywhere. But which ones are actually any good?
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Really nice article!
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Align all the things. Do what +Taylor Ling says. Do it. DO IT!!! ;-)
Todoist recently have their major redesign using Material Design and I thought it was actually quite nicely done! Though I found one minor design issue that might worth a mention - did you manage t...
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Type C all the things
 
Our second spec revealed: The #OnePlus2 will be the first flagship smartphone to use the latest Type C USB. We want to lead the way in power connectivity.
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MUST. READ. (hilarious and true!)
 
Very accurate description of what coding for a living feels like (probably way too many times.)
Every programmer starts out writing some perfect little snowflake like this. Then they're told on Friday they need to have six hundred snowflakes written by Tuesday, so they cheat a bit here and there and maybe copy a few snowflakes and try to stick them together or they have to ask a coworker to work on one who melts it and then all the programmers' snowflakes get dumped together in some inscrutable shape and somebody leans a Picasso on it because nobody wants to see the cat urine soaking into all your broken snowflakes melting in the light of day. Next week, everybody shovels more snow on it to keep the Picasso from falling over.
But, for the sake of the argument, can we agree that stress and insanity are bad things? Awesome. Welcome to programming.
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Android Developer, leader on Google Play in Personalization and Graphics apps.

Google Developer Expert (GDE) for Android.

Founder and CEO at Mariux Apps, mobile applications development enterprise

Editor for agemobile.com, Mobile and Technology blog.

Interested in Technology, Graphics, Music and Literature. Plays guitar.
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