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Make Admob Rewarded Video App Easily

Software Development Lifecycle in 9 minutes!

This video will cover the SDLC with specific focus on the software quality assurance testing phase.

Channel: Testaholic
Published: 2016-01-19 03:09:52
Duration: 9M14S
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A 12-year-old app developer | Thomas Suarez

Most 12-year-olds love playing videogames — Thomas Suarez taught himself how to create them. After developing iPhone apps like “Bustin Jeiber,” a whack-a-mole game, he is now using his skills to help other kids become developers. (Filmed at TEDxManhattanBeach.)

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Published: 2012-10-24 19:28:17
Duration: 4M41S
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AdMob Rewarded Video – Mobile Ads Garage #7

It used to be that AdMob publishers who wanted to use rewarded video ads were forced to use mediation to source their ads from third party networks. With the introduction of AdMob’s own rewarded video demand, though, that step is no longer necessary. Publishers can load and show rewarded video directly from Google’s network of advertisers with no third party SDKs or mediation adapters required.

In this video, you’ll learn what makes rewarded stand out from other formats, how it can fit into your apps and games, plus see full implementation screencasts in iOS and Android.

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Channel: Google Developers
Published: 2017-10-18 16:08:16
Duration: 15M18S
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Ad Mediation Networks – A Minute of Overpass – The UK App Developers

Last week I spoke about Admob and the difference between Banner ads and Interstitial Ads. This week, I talk about another big feature: Ad Mediation.

Ad Mediation (as offered by Admob and others) allows you to serve ads from many ad networks using on request mechanism. In this week’s video, I show you how I use it.

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About Overpass:
Overpass is a mobile app development company based in the UK that actually makes money from its own apps as well as creating money-making apps for clients. We have our ideas and build them. We can build your ideas too. If you haven’t started creating your mobile app yet, and need a UK App Developer, give us a call.

Our team consists of developers and designers with years of experience in various business sectors. We build apps in native iOS, Android, and Corona SDK. We are based in Wantage, Oxfordshire.

Find out more about Overpass at Check out our educational games such as Mandarin Bubble Bath, Agent X, and Deep Sea Typing. Check out our spy apps like Ear Spy, Alarm Spy, and Eye Spy.

If you are looking to get an app developed and want to discuss it, give us a call on 0845 834 1008 (+44 Country Code). Or email us at

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About Eric:
Eric Wroolie is the owner of Overpass. He has built software and web-based solutions for very many large and small companies including Macmillan Publishing, RibbonFish, BNP Paribas, Barclays Capital, Deutsche Bank, BBC Worldwide, CircData and Omega Logic. Before that, he was a Chinese Mandarin and Vietnamese Linguist for the US Army and then a school teacher. Now, he makes apps.

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Channel: Overpass
Published: 2016-05-06 12:52:12
Duration: 7M20S
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Day in the Life: Software Engineer

Victoria S. creates aesthetically captivating user interfaces for Homejoy’s website. Watch our latest Day in the Life release and find out what it is like to be a software engineer and the path that got her there.

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Description: Software engineers design, develop and maintain software, write and edit code, and create computer programs.

Knowledge Required: Most employers require software engineers to have at least a bachelor’s degree in computer software, math or science, as well as broad experience with computers systems and applications.

Skills: Attention to detail, deductive and inductive reasoning, communication, mathematics, psychology, observation and problem solving, cooperative and collaborative personality.

Career Path: Software engineering is a rapidly changing field: training in software is available at nearly all learning institutions, and most software engineers continue to learn on the job, as languages and development environments evolve.

Software engineers tend to specialize in a few areas of development, such as networks, operating systems, databases or applications, and each area requires fluency in its own set of computer languages and development environments to best cater for the business.

Best Cities for this job: San Diego,CA; San Francisco,CA; Boston,MA Philadelphia,PA; Atlanta,GA; Houston,TX; New York City, NY; Phoenix,AZ; Seattle, WA;

Median Annual Income: National: $90,374 CA: $103,367

Future Growth: The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that jobs for software developers will grow by 22% from 2012 to 2022, making software engineering one of the faster growing sectors in the job market.

From the field: “Because I know how to build software, one day I can change my mind and build games or build an iOS app; I can build something for your phone. There are so many different kinds of possibilities.” – Victoria S.

Did You Know: The first computer programmer is a woman named Ada Lovelace. In 1842, she translated an article about Charles Babbage’s proposed Analytic Engine and her notes described an algorithm that is cited as the first computer program. In her honor, the U.S. Department of Defense named Ada, a computer language after her.

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Published: 2015-03-17 19:43:24
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