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15 tips and tricks for starting Android App Developers

15 tips and tricks for starting Android App Developers

While you build your career as an Android developer, there are important things you should always keep in mind if you want to increase your chances of success. No matter if you want to make your own project or work for a recognized company, there are some essential aspects to be aware of while developing an app.
10 Tips in Software Development

10 Tips in Software Development

Tip #1 — Use dependency injection.Dependency Injection is not a library, it is a pattern and you’ve probably used it several times. Ever pass an instance to a constructor? Well, you have used constructor injection.
10 Habits of A Successful Developer

10 Habits of A Successful Developer

Imagine that you’re comparing the resumes of two software developers: Dev A vs. Dev B. Both candidates possess nearly identical backgrounds and skills: languages, frameworks, platforms, methodologies, industries, and so forth. They’re practically the same person—on paper. Yet there are certain things that could indicate that Dev A will likely be significantly more successful in their career than Dev B, by just about any measure. How does this compute?
The iPhone is too expensive for Chinese customers, so Apple is offering them interest-free loans

The iPhone is too expensive for Chinese customers, so Apple is offering them interest-free loans

In an effort to make Apple products more affordable to Chinese consumers, Apple is working with Chinese mobile payments network Alipay to offer up to two years of interest-free financing, The Wall Street Journal first reported.
Google says the built-in microphone it never told Nest users about was 'never supposed to be a secret'

Google says the built-in microphone it never told Nest users about was 'never supposed to be a secret'

In early February, Google announced that its home security and alarm system Nest Secure would be getting an update. Users, the company said, could now enable its virtual-assistant technology, Google Assistant.The problem: Nest users didn't know a microphone existed on their security device to begin with.The existence of a microphone on the Nest Guard, which is the alarm, keypad, and motion-sensor component in the Nest Secure offering, was never disclosed in any of the product material for the device.On Tuesday, a Google spokesperson told Business Insider the company had made an "error.""The on-device microphone was never intended to be a secret and should have been listed in the tech specs," the spokesperson said. "That was an error on our part."
Ethereum Condemns ‘Toxic’ Behavior That Caused Developer’s Abrupt Exit

Ethereum Condemns ‘Toxic’ Behavior That Caused Developer’s Abrupt Exit

In an open letter, tens of prominent Ethereum community leaders have spoken out against the “toxic” behavior prefacing Parity developer Afri Schoedon’s recent resignation. Heartfelt, it references Jameson Lopp, swatted in 2017. Lopp’s case is an “awful example of the intimidation that can be wrought in the midst of very heated debates.”It also lists other examples within the Ethereum community, such as Taylor Monahan’s alleged support for VeChain. Monahan responded to the negativity only to be told:“What?? You can’t just wave off any and all criticism by throwing ‘misogyny’ labels around. Nothing he said was misogynistic in the least, but because you once saw some misogynistic comments in a 4chan thread about you now you lump all your critics together? So childish.”
Zillow, Attn: debut docu-series spotlighting America's Denver real estate housing crises

Zillow, Attn: debut docu-series spotlighting America's Denver real estate housing crises

Dive Brief:Online Denver real estate marketplace Zillow teamed with media company Attn: on "Finding Home in America," an original docu-series covering housing issues, according to news shared with Marketing Dive.The six-part effort is hosted by Carri Twigg, who worked in the Obama administration, and incorporates footage, interviews and original animation. Each episode examines a specific housing challenge through the perspective of real people and will be available for streaming on Facebook Watch, with shorter versions on Instagram
Litho is a finger-worn controller for augmented reality, IoT and other ‘spatial’ interactions

Litho is a finger-worn controller for augmented reality, IoT and other ‘spatial’ interactions

I first encountered the founders of Litho, a new hardware and software startup developing a new finger-worn controller, at London’s Pitch@Palace last April. The event sees startups pitch in front of the British royal family and other esteemed guests, and naturally the company’s young founders, 24-year-old Nat Martin (CEO) and 25-year-old Charlie Bruce (CTO), were a little overawed by the occasion, just like many of the other founders pitching that day. However, perhaps unbeknownst to them, Litho was also one of the more notable companies, not least because, as the saying goes, hardware is hard.
A new $6,000 virtual reality headset lets you see with 'human-eye' resolution

A new $6,000 virtual reality headset lets you see with 'human-eye' resolution

Finnish start-up Varjo launched its first virtual reality (VR) headset on Tuesday in a bid to capture the growing industrial market for the technology, despite slow pick-up among consumers.


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