Let's suppose we have a Fragment that we want to unit test. However, let's also suppose that this fragment binds to/unbinds from a service through its lifecycle callback (onStart(), onStop()). The main advantage of Bound Service is that the latter lives only if at least one client is bound to it ...
The talk will be about "Startup", especially for continuous improvement with minimum waste. The talk is an invitation to make you realize that by smartly iterating, the path to succeed is more likely to happen.
No worry, the slides + video will be available online after the event :) on my blog too: turhanoz.com
I am developing applications for years now, but only in professional area, where everything you produced is proprietary, and does not belong to you, but to the client who paids or employs you… So I have decided to publish a simple Android library, just to experiment the journey of open source.
You're right, I thought about the potential licensing issue in business context with this brand new license. I don't know about the dual licensing use case, cause it raises others questioning, such as which one is applicable. But it is a serious topic. As for now, the "Virgin-Mojito-Ware-License" seems very explicit ("As long as you retain this notice you can do whatever you want with this stuff."). I hope we'll see one day the "Virgin-Colada-Ware-License" :p