For everyone who was too busy around Christmas to catch the recent Espresso release note: UPDATE (Dec 19, 2014) Since it's initial release in 2013, Espresso has been adopted by hundreds of projects. With the latest 2.0 release, Espresso is now part of the Android Support Repository. We are currently in the process of migrating documentation to developer.android.com. This site will serve as a temp hub for Espresso 2.0 documentation and later remain up for historical purposes. We still provide the Espresso 1.1 static JARs in the bin folder. The source code hosted under the "Source" tab is still Espresso 1.1 and will be replaced as soon as we launch in AOSP!
More information here: https://code.google.com/p/android-test-kit/wiki/EspressoSetupInstructions
Cheatsheet PDF: http://wiki.android-test-kit.googlecode.com/git/espresso_v2_cheat_sheet.pdf
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"I can, during that time, pair up with 10 less experienced developers and show them how to find solutions in minutes for things that would have taken them hours or days. I can make myself available to answer their questions. I can intervene at the point where they’d have thrown up their arms in frustration and despair and spent the rest of the day reading buzz feed and cracked. I can clear obstacles from their paths and help them get things done. I can get them excited about programming and enjoying their jobs."
If I were a high performing developer, but I did none of that, and just used those less experienced or less engaged developers as a prop to make the claim that I’m in some kind of elite club of “10x” people, the opportunity cost of my attitude would more than offset my skill from an industry perspective. If, instead, I help them up their game and overcome hurdles, then perhaps that 10x designation might actually mean something.
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