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Pedro Loureiro
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I'm not an Instagram user so I don't really know the app but these guys seem to have been through a lot and are sharing their learnings.

I like what I read which doesn't always happens in this type of posts.

The only thing I can smell is a bit of a Not Invented Here Syndrome but without knowing the specifics they can be right. That and I believe Dagger 2 would be good for them :p
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I only read the readme file but this library seems to have done a few awesome annotations. Can't wait for my next project to try this!
Android library that:

-Generates boilerplate code based on used annotations and lets you focus on what matters.
-Generated code is fully traceable.
-Everything is generated during compile time.
-No reflection used!

https://github.com/FrantisekGazo/Blade
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It's 9am Tuesday. I'm going to board a plane, we'll fly for 14 hours trying to find a wormhole. If we're successful, I'll land in LA 6am Tuesday. Wish me luck!

(Similarities with Primer are pure coincidence)

See you at #googleio
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I thought about making something like this before... Turns out it already exists!
#AndroidDev  widget of the day is ContentLoadingProgressBar!

It sets a "wait time" before showing it as well as a minimum display time to prevent UI flashes. Make sure to give it a style, as in style="?android:attr/progressBarStyleLarge".

Making a smart UI is not always that hard! 
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Pure awesomeness coming soon(-ish) to your favourite gadget. Not April Fools'.
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Amazing visualisation!

"Some of the matches seemed practical (the most common marriage is between grade-school teachers), and others had us questioning Cupid’s aim (why do female dancers have a thing for male welders?). High-earning women (doctors, lawyers) tend to pair up with their economic equals, while middle- and lower-tier women often marry up. In other words, female CEOs tend to marry other CEOs; male CEOs are OK marrying their secretaries."
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If you use OkHttp and certificate pinning, it's time to update!
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