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As a developer I keep switching the screen timeout during development, so I have created a simple tiles app (Android N and above) to change the screen timeout from notification bar.

Try if its useful for you too.


https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mufri.tiles

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Happy to announce we are one of partner who worked with Google to bring our app to Google Now, now you can try all the below Google Now commands to open the app.

OK GOOGLE -> Show my pin on Authenticator Plus

OK GOOGLE -> Find my Google pin on Authenticator Plus

http://insidesearch.blogspot.in/2015/12/7-things-to-try-by-voice-with-google.html


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Try our new produce Ola Air - olaair.com

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This is what we were cooking 😉

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I’d like to see a culture change, and I think it starts with our current generation of programmers. We need to make it okay to say, “I just want to be a programmer.” Right now, the only option is to ‘graduate’ from programming because failure to do so is widely construed as failure to advance in your career. If you become a line manager (or the diet version, project manager), you stop writing code and become the boss. If you become an architect, you kinda-sort-usually-mostly stop writing code and kinda-sort-sometimes-maybe become sorta like a boss. But however you slice it, organizational power and writing code have historically been mutually exclusive. You can play around with teh codez early in your career, but sooner or later, you have to grow up, take your hands off the keyboard, and become a boss. You have to graduate or risk being the metaphorical ‘drop-out’ with the title “Super Principal Fellow Engineer,” who looks great on paper but is generally ignored or smiled at indulgently.

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I’ve been watching videos from the Stanford startup course led by Sam Altman (President of Y Combinator). Each lecture is from a guest speaker: Marc Andreessen, Reid Hoffman, Ben Horowitz, Peter Thiel, Paul Graham, Aaron Levie, Dustin Moskovitz, and other founders. 

http://startupclass.samaltman.com/

As Android developers, we strive to create valuable products for users. To do this better, I’ve been learning more about entrepreneurship and thinking about how those principles can apply to the products/apps we develop. Pretty good food for thought if you have some time. I watch when I’m making dinner or washing dishes :P
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