I’m giving a keynote tomorrow at DroidCon Berlin! Here’s what I plan to listen to before hitting the stage.
Very exciting updates to Icons By Number! We have two talented artists and sketchnoters joining the project.
- The lovely 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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Once you’ve covered the basics with The Sketchnote Handbook and The Sketchnote Workbook, 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!).
It’s that time of year to reflect on the past and look toward the future. A lot of great stuff happened this year:
This post will walk you through configuring your machine for Android development.
Don’t fear the unknown. I felt insecure early in my career and would get nervous when pairing with developers who knew what they were doing. Part of me didn’t want to admit I didn’t know how to test so I shunned it instead.
Start early in your career. It makes you a better coder that thinks more clearly about the code you are writing. Testing is important and shouldn’t just be practiced by experienced developers. Continue reading 6 Testing Tips