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Jesús David Gulfo Agudelo
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Attended Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana
Lives in Montería, Cordoba
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Italians never take a bad picture +Carlo Savignano​​ 😛
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China is, well China huh +Jesús David Gulfo Agudelo​​ +Carlo Savignano​​
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And trust me, this is just the beginning 😲
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IKR, RIght
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IT'S BLUE AND BLACK. There, I said it.
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+Simone Morgante no, I understand what you SEE, but I'm just saying what it IS.
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So... this!
 
Be a part of the #OxygenOS journey. Meet the OnePlus ROM team and get a glimpse of what's in store: bit.ly/OxygenOSFeb12
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+Jesús David Gulfo Agudelo​ Felicitaciones! 
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I'm feeling  #Narzified  right now.

+Arz Bhatia
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+Geoff Whiteley​ Those aren't the droids you're looking for... 
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Android animations are better than ever

A few years ago, working with +Paul Henschel, writing features for ParanoidAndroid, he was complaining abouth how animating things was terribly complicated to do compared to other platforms. A while after that, I discovered both LayoutTransition and ViewPropertyAnimator APIs (introduced in API level 11 and 12 respectively), which I'm sure, if you are an Android developer, you have used a few times and you probably love them as much as I do. These APIs really make your life way easier, but there are special cases where they are just limited and still a bit complicated. However, with the introduction of APIs like TransitionManager  (API 19 - KitKat) and ViewAnimationUtils (API 21 - Lollipop), Android team has shown their interest in making it easier for developers to implement beautiful, animation rich applications, without the hassle of handling a ton of different instances which will make your code more complex and probably help to break things. Congratulations to +Android team for this great archievement!
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+Bidyut Mukherjee yeah that's really cool :D 
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When I am tired and I can't sleep I'm all like:

$ sudo shutdown now
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+Shiv Manas Dass REISUB will reboot the system, not exactly what he wants. REISUO would be more useful in this case ;)
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Question for Java devs

Has anyone of you ever used == comparison between strings, not accidentally, but because you really need to compare the two references?

Confession bear: I have not

#NerdTalk
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+Jon Merritt​ I wasn't referring to you with the array stuff. You only should use .equals() to compare string values as Jesus already mentioned. Sorry if I confused you.
It's always good to get the reminder that == to compare strings isn't the way to go. So I also have to thank you guys ;D
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A bug is only a bug if we squash it; until then it’s a ‘feature’.

This is so true 😁. 
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Always Paranoid

Before you get too worried, we do not plan to stop being Paranoid, but things are changing. You see, a while back cough #NotALeakAnymore cough we were approached by a specific OEM, to pair up forces to make the best product ever. Considering you should be working with what you love and everyone on the team has a passion for the green little robot, talks were had, and papers were signed. What happens next is still a bit mysterious and a lot of things are going on, but nobody shall ever forget you guys were and will be the driving force behind Paranoid Android.

To celebrate this amazing news, we’re giving away 100 OnePlus Global Invites. All you need to do is, open up the blog post linked below, fill in the required details in the giveaway form - 100 random users will be selected. These invites remain alive for 7 days, so you have plenty of time to make your decision! The giveaway runs for 2 days straight! 

Blog Posthttp://blog.paranoidandroid.co/2015/02/16/always-paranoid/

Do not worry about Paranoid Android.

#NeverSettleBeParanoid #StayParanoid
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Looking for help

So, I bought this Chinese keyboard, which is working PERFECTLY fine in Window$, but refuses to work as expected on Linux. I've tried everything so far on the interwebs, with no success. Is there anyone who can help me with this, which for what I am reading, might even need to write a custom driver :/

A little bit more of information: Everything works fine on the keyboard, except for the Ctrl, Alt and Super keys, they all work as left shift key, and the keycode reported by multiple tools like xev or evtest are the exact same, which is odd. Also a funny thing, caps and num lock don't switch the leds but they work.

Should I throw 30 bucks to the bin? I really don't want to, my old keyboard is not backlit and my eyes don't agree with me using it.
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It's a brand new keyboard, I have barely 2 days with it. Also as Tyler said, if it was dirt or something it wouldn't work on Windows either, and it does.
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To all the Android developers out there, what should I do of I have multiple fragments and I have buttons that navigate between all of them. Note that if I want to keep the data that user has stored on the fragment, I'd have to use some workaround if I am creating them in demand. Is it good performance wise to store all fragments at once?

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Initialize fragments on the beggining
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Create fragments on demand
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  • OnePlus
    Software engineer, 2015 - present
Education
  • Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana
    Ingenieria Electrónica, 2010 - 2014
  • Colegio Seminario Juan XXIII
    2009
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