Nate Ebel: Things I Wish I Had Known When Starting a Career as an Android Dev

Right after a day of speaking at Chicago Roboto, Huyen and Nate Ebel, Android dev at Udacity, sit down to talk about things he wish he had known when starting a career as an Android dev.


Nate Ebel

(0:13) Chicago Roboto

(0:32) Udacity

(0:42) Android for Dummies | Amazon

(1:03) iOS Programming: the Big Nerd Ranch Guide

(1:16) Geographic Information System | Wikipedia

(1:53) Udacity – Lifelong Learning | Google Play

(2:46) Being more than an Android Developer
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(4:22) Tips from the Time Machine: Things I Wish I Had Known When Starting a Career as an Android Dev
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(5:56) Udacious Seattle | Meetup

(7:00) Dan Kim – The Future of Our Community, is You
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(12:33) Nate Ebel | Medium

(13:01) Nate Ebel | YouTube

(13:05) Learning Android: What Android Devs Wish They Had Known | YouTube

(13:26) Android Studio Shortcuts for Tool Windows | YouTube

one day in life of SAP software engineer

i’m joey bronner, passionate coder and maker. this is a video of one day of my life at SAP as a software engineer.

Channel: Joey Bronner
Published: 2018-04-16 17:59:56
Duration: 5M48S
Views: 280739
Likes: 4847
Favorites: 0

Is Google always listening: Live Test

Follow up video:

Does Google and Facebook listen in and record conversations and audio even when they’re not open? I perform a live test using Google chrome on a Windows 10 PC to discover whether my microphone appears to be recording me even when my browser is turned off in order to better target advertisements.

As pointed out in the comments, there are too many flaws in my methodology to draw any conclusions (for instance I am live streaming directly to YouTube which of course necessitates recording my microphone the whole time). For a much more rigorous and scientific test watch here:

Channel: Mitchollow
Published: 2018-04-13 03:38:15
Duration: 8M57S
Views: 6797807
Likes: 247811
Favorites: 0

Why I Left My $100,000+ Job at Google

Here’s why I left Google and why I am NOT following my passion! 😛

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My follow-up video about why I left Google to be a YouTuber FULL-TIME (and not part-time):

Channel: CS Dojo
Published: 2017-11-07 01:53:21
Duration: 3M
Views: 3067147
Likes: 95944
Favorites: 0

What is Flutter and things you should know about it

Flutter is a new tech by Google to design High performance and High fidelity mobile apps for Android and iOS, using single code base. Flutter uses dart as their primary programming language to create this single code base. With an initial look at dart, I found that language is easy to learn but since most programmers are not already using it, it would be difficult for companies to find programmers.
Dart is fast in performance but I would like to see some Google apps being redesigned in Flutter to see it’s actual power.

Anyways, I am fully positive when it comes to a single code base and hot reloading.

Let’s see how this competes with React Native.

Have a look at courses here:

For international users:

Download app from Google play store and Apple App store

Channel: Hitesh Choudhary
Published: 2018-03-03 08:22:10
Duration: 9M51S
Views: 128112
Likes: 3156
Favorites: 0

Data Science: Reality vs Expectations ($100k+ Starting Salary 2018)

Skillshare might not like this. You can sign up for a 2 month trial for Skillshare, complete the data science course and then cancel your membership before being charged:

Skillshare is the Netflix of online courses. Subscribe for just $15 per month to get access to over 18,000+ courses (some better than others)

Check out Joma’s YouTube channel here:

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Published: 2018-02-08 22:18:56
Duration: 12M
Views: 356426
Likes: 8556
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