Monthly Archives: March 2015

AnDevCon Boston

So excited to announce that I will be speaking at AnDevCon Boston this year!  I will be giving a lecture & workshop on programming accessible Android applications. I am really looking forward to sharing my knowledge, and learning from the other fabulous … Continue reading

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SVG Rendering on Android

Recently I was working on a project which required me to obtain an SVG image from an API endpoint and display the image in the Android application. SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphic, and is a way of describing an … Continue reading

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Women Techmakers – GDG Boulder

At the beginning of March I had the great opportunity to speak at GDG Boulder’s celebration for Women Techmakers.  The event was Lightning Talks by women in the tech industry, and it was a total blast! When I was invited to … Continue reading

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I’m a Team Treehouse Success Story!

I’m so excited to share that Team Treehouse has featured my personal journey to a career in Android development on their blog as a student success story!  You can read my full interview here. Ben Jakuben, one of my personal heroes … Continue reading

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Android Dependency Management: A Saga

I’ve been having quite a time playing around with dependency management on Android.  I am following the typical Model-View-Controller design pattern, and I’ve got an internal library that I want to reference, which handles the Model and Controller aspects of my … Continue reading

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