Today I gave a keynote at the
Android Summit in DC! Check out my slides here and I’ll post the video once it’s up!
It was kind of a homecoming for me since I got to see so many great people I worked with from Capital One in addition to several people I know from other conferences. I had a great time.
The images from the talk (except my images of TZ) were obtained from
The Noun Project. They are listed in slide order below.
A few weeks ago, I gave the opening keynote for DroidCon Berlin!
Continue reading Keynote at DroidCon Berlin!
Last night the
Philadelphia GDG held a panel with several experienced Android developers in the city (myself included). It was a pleasure to be a part of the panel. It was fun sharing my expertise and interacting with the community!
Continue reading Panel: Ask An Android Dev
I’m giving a keynote tomorrow at
DroidCon Berlin! Here’s what I plan to listen to before hitting the stage. Brave – Sara Bareilles
VIDEO Run the World (Girls) – Beyonce
Continue reading Pump Up Playlist: Conference Talks
Very exciting updates to Icons By Number! We have two talented artists and sketchnoters joining the project.
Siena Aguayo is a master of simple, but beautiful sketchnotes. The mega talented designer and illustrator,
Virginia Poltrack, of Fit Cat and other Android watch faces plus countless illustrations for WomenTechmakers and others.
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Continue reading Update: Icons By Number
Once you’ve covered the basics with
and The Sketchnote Handbook , you might find yourself wanting to learn more about art and design. Looking to other disciplines will help your sketchnotes (as well as other aspects of your life you haven’t discovered yet!). The Sketchnote Workbook
Continue reading Sketchnoter’s Toolbox: Books
Once you’ve read
The Sketchnote Handbook and/or The Sketchnote Workbook, it’s time to get drawing!
Check out these products that I love and use every day in my sketchnoting.
Continue reading Sketchnoter’s Toolbox
It’s that time of year to reflect on the
past and look toward the future. A lot of great stuff happened this year:
Continue reading 2015: Solar, Safaris, and Sketchnotes
I’m giving an
Android Kata workshop at DroidCon London today! Materials
If you enjoyed this workshop, make sure to get a
video copy. If you’re looking for more of a challenge, check out my Android Activity Book which leads you through building a calculator with TDD.
If you want to learn more about me and/or my approach to testing, check out my appearance on the
Fragmented podcast and/or Android Dialogs!
This post will walk you through configuring your machine for Android development.
Continue reading Getting Started: Configuring Mac for Android