Tracking changes to improve the seo of the Medical Notes apps.
Talking about my experience with the Google Play Console Beta and a small intro to a new app.
4mo reflection of being a Sr dev
TLDR- It just might be This weekend I decided to take the time to take a class on Flutter. As you may know I’m an Android developer so dart isn’t completely new to me. I’ve tried and disliked a lot of
This is a question I’ve been thinking about and a few friends have asked. It’s a valid question with how much I talk about wanting to move to security and the steps I’m taking to get there. The answer is simple
I've spent the last 2ish years really focused on being the best Android developer I could be. Between freelancing and my 9-5 I felt like I finally "made it". The issue is I'm feelings stuck again. I realize that there are still
Mostly on social media I advise against building hybrid apps. I have used ionic, react native (RN), and Xamarin in my mobile app career. I feel that it is really bad to advise against something without explaining the why. I’m going to explain
I’m writing this after Google IO ‘19 because I know I have a 1 week window before I start disliking them. 🙃 I’m going to talk about the most exciting things that came out of the conference and why you too should be
Here I am 6 days out before I present at bsides Nashville. I'm not the first speaker on my track so that's cool but I'm also not in the middle. That's right, I'm the last speaker. That means I have to keep myself calm
I stated in a previous post that I had one of my CFP (Call for Papers) proposals accepted. The following is the accepted proposal: Getting Started with Android Malware Analysis The Android operating system has been around since 2008 and has also been open
I've been doing a bunch of interviews lately. In particular I'm interviewing for Android positions (finally). A question that always gets asked is my thoughts on reactive programming. Why? I really don't know and tend to forget what it means. So in this post