Monthly Archives: June 2015

Google I/O 2015

I recently went to San Fransisco to attend this year’s Google I/O. I learned a ton, met a lot of phenomenal people, and drank a LOT of coffee.  Going into the conference, I had a few items on my announcements wish … Continue reading

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Book Review: Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save Yahoo

After the NY Times Article “What Happened When Marissa Mayer Tried to Be Steve Jobs” was passed around the internet I became interested in learning more about Marissa Mayer, the famous Yahoo CEO and ex-Googler.  I did a little research … Continue reading

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Android Studio Lint Options

Recently I decided to modify lint options for some projects so that my build would fail if I was missing a content description on Images. I ran into a few interesting items that weren’t documented, so I’ll share them here. … Continue reading

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Google IO Women Techmakers Interview

I had the great pleasure of being interviewed live during this year’s Google I/O by Googler Natalie Villalobos for Women Techmakers!  Google I/O is the annual Google developer conference at Moscone Center in San Fransisco.  The interview was live streamed on … Continue reading

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