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Episode 7: GraphQL With Annyce Davis

Show Notes: Annyce’s TwitterAnnyce’s LinkedInGraphiQLIntellij GraphQL PluginAnnyce’s Kotlin Conf TalkGraphQL directivehttps://www.kaggle.comhttps://ktor.io Plummer and Mike Nakhimovich’s GraphQL Talk

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Episode 6: Resilience With Thai Wood

Show Notes: Subscribe to Thai’s Resilience Roundup Newsletter Thai Wood – TwitterJohn Allspaw – In the Center of the Cyclone: Finding Sources of Resilience:Dietrich Dorner The Logic Of Failure Resilience Weekly DiscussionThe...

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Episode 5: RxJava For Android Developers with David Karnok

Show Notes:Differences between RxJava v1 & v2Observable v. FlowableSubscribeOn v. ObserveOn

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Episode 4: Salary Negotiation For Software Developers With Stephanie Hurlburt

Show Notes:Stephanie Hurlburt TwitterPatrick McKenzie’s Website Patrick’s TwitterPatio’s notes on salary negotiationErica Baker’s StoryHer TwitterSteli Efti’s TwitterNever Split The Difference Getting to yes

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Episode 3: Designer To Android Developer With Lora Kulm

  In this episode I sit down with Lora to discuss her transition from a designer to a developer. We talk about UI and UX. We also share some...

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Episode 2: Landing Your First Developer Job With Daniel Kaparunakis

In this episode Daniel shares how he got started as an Android Developer. How he overcame not having a formal computer science education.

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Jim Baca

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Jim has been a developer since graduating college in 2005.  In 2010 he transitioned from being a web developer to Android development.  He writes for his site.  And creates courses too.

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