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Mike Wolfson
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Android Google Developer Expert; O'Reilly Author;: Android Developer/Fanboy/Speaker; Independant Dev; Lifelong learner;
Android Google Developer Expert; O'Reilly Author;: Android Developer/Fanboy/Speaker; Independant Dev; Lifelong learner;

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Excited to be in Seattle teaching Facebook University (how to program the Androids) to women and minority college freshmen and sophomores for the next 3 weeks.
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Those "koans" are a nice way to get started with the language. Finally solved all of them. :)

https://kotlinlang.org/docs/tutorials/koans.html

#kotlin #androiddev
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Code posted for App that runs ALL the hardware on the Rainbow HAT

I wanted a demo app, that will use all the hardware on the device, so wrote a simple project with this.

It demonstrates the different protocols supported, and then applies a simple use case to demonstrate it.

https://github.com/mwolfson/AndroidThings_RainbowHatDemo

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DevFestDC Speakers

Nice to see +Martin Omander and +Jeremy Wilken at #DevFestDC.

Learned a lot of interesting things from both of them in short conversations (those 2 are fountains of knowledge).
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Went to see famous hacker Kevin Mitnick speak recently. He demonstrated a variety of ways to execute rootkit exploits, and how to easily gain access to facilities that use electronic card keys. There is no privacy or security.

Oh, and he gave me this awesome business card, which I can use to break into houses!
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4/28/17
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Article and code showing how to use different displays with Android Things and RasPi3. 
An overview of some external displays you can use for your Android Things projects, with code samples

http://nilhcem.com/android-things/external-displays


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Saw this on the street in Denver. Anybody know what this is?

I love it, since it is (sort of) Gen 1 of my car - a Honda Ridgeline.
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Timex - Sinclair 1000

My first computer. Does anyone else remember using the cassette player to load the maze game.

It was launched in July 1982, with a US sales price of US$99.95 (not sure how much the additional 16K module cost, but obviously this was a necessity, quickly raising the price above $100).
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