Thursday, October 1, 2015

Hopefully, on Monday will be posted the first in my Medium series On The Road to An App. I fully expect to fill it full of of both java best practices and android best practices. You may want to either bookmark my Medium profile or follow it:

My Medium profile

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

I have figured out a new way to market dev skills/services to start-ups. At least I think it will work. Basically, I am doing a series of Medium articles showing developing an android application from the very first part to a medium sized prototype.

What convinced me to use Medium is the high user engagement rate as I was getting 60% of viewers reading the article and that is higher than viewers reading this blog, my twitter posts, my G+ posts, and even my Facebook posts.

Thus, tomorrow is my first post in that series on Medium.

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Jason Spouts off again with out facts  but in most locations in the world we have to deal with facts. So lets go with this one, how much ad revenue does Google earn?

According to most sources its $60 Billion.

Now what is being used to replace that revenue? Its in-app purchases which is 98% of PlayStore revenue. Which by most estimations is $20 Billion for Google right now.

Now for that 3rd point, How much traffic does iOS uses generate for Google properties or those properties using Google ad services? iOS has 50% of US web traffic only. The only problem is the world wide internet traffic is 10 times the US amount.

Apple is not in the game to attack Google as that does not meet their long-term plans despite Jason Calacanis's untruthful biases(untruthful inn that they are not backed by facts and facts point towards the opposite sort of things)

Here is what Apple sees long-term, they want to become the app maker platform for those displaced by technology progress by enabling a greater mobile experience which in turn makes app makers more money. It has nothing to do with Google. Unless, you did a content site that was complained about to Google by a large portion of Google search users. Jason has been withholding knowledge of that fact for years.

come on Jason Calacanis deliver some effing facts!

Thursday, September 24, 2015

If you are a startup and use you might want to pay more attention as when us mobile developers find you not responding to our note stating that we are interested in your startup get the general idea to show interests in other startups who need mobile developers.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

State Singletons is an article where I show a pattern in which the State Globals are not coupled but in a direct fashion with a one catch-all class that saves them integrating with the android life-cycles and the saving class is made singleton via a proxy and some app class wiring.

Monday, September 21, 2015

Recruiters, stop emailing at closing time..I give the same damn reasons and the same rules I follow no matter what time of day you try to drive-by-email-spam me. Part of me doing a code audit and cleanup of 50+ android libs has proven that there is no correlation between listed experience and actually quality of android app code. Hence, I REFUSE TO BE A PART OF THE RECRUITER SCAM that makes the claim to a client that a recruiter can deteremine and find a quality android developer.

If you are a startup firm you should be demanding more for you recruiter than the usual lies they peddle.

Saturday, September 19, 2015

I thought it wold be interesting to see how many or which start-ups might recognize that putting some volatile 3rd party UI libs under some code clean up and management is an engineering solution to a problem every start-up faces in how to have the newest UI features in android without the huge manpower costs. Since putting up my github repo of 50+ cleaned up libs thus far I have received a marked upswing in interest from startups listed at but no validated leads as of yet.

Come on startups, I only bite at Recruiters.
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