Corey Latislaw, do Google Expert Program – Android DevConf 2017

Corey Leigh Latislaw ( is a Google Developer Expert in Android who has written many apps at companies large and small. She currently runs an Android consulting firm where she creates the future and authors videos and books on Android programming.

We gonna take the power back – Guilherme Souza

Guilherme Souza, CTO da Revmob, fala sobre Entrega de valor, escala e sucesso das aplicacões cada vez mais dependentes do desenvolvimento client-side no iMasters InterCon 2017.

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Channel: iMasters
Published: 2017-11-22 01:41:02
Duration: 34M54S
Views: 517
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PHP in 2017 – Rasmus Lerdorf @ WeAreDevelopers Conference 2017

Visit the largest developers congress in Europe: WeAreDevelopers World Congress, 16 – 18 May 2018 in Vienna, Austria.

A quick overview of the 20+ year history of PHP and how it has impacted the Web, from the inventor of PHP.


Channel: WeAreDevelopers
Published: 2017-05-25 21:41:36
Duration: 24M42S
Views: 16970
Likes: 347
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7Masters Machine Learning – Creating a data science team from scratch com Lucas Navarro

Channel: iMasters
Published: 2017-09-29 17:58:07
Duration: 10M51S
Views: 47
Likes: 3
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REST API concepts and examples

This video introduces the viewer to some API concepts by making example calls to Facebook’s Graph API, Google Maps’ API, Instagram’s Media Search API, and Twitter’s Status Update API.

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Youtube’s Facebook Page via the Facebook Graph API

Same thing, this time with filters,name,likes

Google Maps Geocode API call for the city of Chicago

Apigee Instagram API console

HTTP Request Methods

Postman Chrome Extension

Twitter’s Status Update documentation.

Channel: WebConcepts
Published: 2014-07-14 07:18:31
Duration: 8M53S
Views: 1728350
Likes: 20087
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#droidconDE: Hannes Dorfmann – Refactoring Plaid App – A reactive MVP approach

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Nick Butcher, developer advocate at Google, has open sourced an android app called Plaid with an outstanding UI, meaningful animations and a lot of others material design goodies.

However, from the software architecture’s point of view, the architecture of this app more “traditional” so that both, beginners and expert developers, can understand the source code easily. Unfortunately, that means that there is a lack of separation of concerns that modern software architectures offers. This talk discusses how to improve the architecture of this app by applying Model-View-Presenter (MVP) to create modular and decoupled components that are easy to test. Furthermore, this talk shows how to improve the code quality by using well known libraries like RxJava (foreknowledge is not a strong requirement), dependency injection and how to test such an App by doing Test-Driven-Development (TDD) from the very beginning.

The aim of this talk is to showcase the importance of a well thought out software architecture and how to implement such an MVP based architecture and last but not least to clarify what the word “reactive” actually means in this context.

Speaker: Hannes Dorfmann, Tickaroo

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Channel: droidcon Berlin
Published: 2016-06-29 10:37:03
Duration: 39M15S
Views: 4714
Likes: 62
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