I think that the Nexus 6 fell behind the others despite its jumbo style. It's a too big of a phone, too heavy and lack features. Hardware and battery life are being improved as time goes by and people are looking for smartphones with usable features (no gimmicks or bloatwares). I must admit, a good fingerprint scanner is a major plus though.
I stopped watching whe you said that asynchronous is "doing multiple things at the same time". That's multi-threading. Asynchronous tasks means that the main thread doesn't get blocked by a long running task, so you deliver the task to a worker thread and issue a callback to the main thread when the task is done.
I'd say Apple because even though they sell expensive stuff, their after-sale support, as well as product quality are unquestionable. All Samsung produces do not go thru good quality control, bloated systems, Touchwiz and plastic everywhere. I had to exchange 2 Galaxy Note 3s because of random problems (touch screen problems and dead pixels). My Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Ed. is not charging anymore. Die hard Samsung!
Hello +Let's Developer, I cannot thank you enough for this video! It would be very cool to add 1 sub-video to this subject: How to manage this MultiModule project with Github (best practices)? Subscribed (:
Hi +Renato Carneiro , thanks for the flowers! I must confess, I'm not exactly sure what you mean by "managing multi-module projects with Github". Could you explain what you want to achieve and what your problems and constraints are? Maybe then I see what I could show in such a video :)