Good starting point: https://developer.android.com/guide/components/fundamentals
Finally a live event again. 95 tech talks, 5 simultaneously for 3 days, 1200+ Android Developers, 87 Speaker by over 50 different companies participated.
Topics ranged from `new` technologies, e.g. Jetpack Compose, KMM to how to improve productivity, testing, build times, API design. In short: how to become a better developer.
This time with 25 Checkitos. My whole android developer team was there.
We even had our own booth which lead to a lot of interesting conversations what we do and how CHECK24 works.
I've participated on the GDE coding challenge. It's a pretty cool idea. over the course of the entire droidcon, everyone can participate and code for 15 minutes which can now be found here.
Is that a lot? Not really. 0.1 μSv is also known as BED (Banana Equivalent Dose)
Here is a great video to get radiation into perspective:
Short summary of this really well written article:
The defining feature of MVP is that data is communicated back to the view imperatively.
HEAD is a pointer to a commit (usually master) so when you checkout your repository the commit which HEAD points at will be checked out. Usually you'd want it if when checking out you want a different branch or tag to be checked out.
You can take a look at what it's pointing out by issuing the following command:
And you'll probably see something like the following: origin/HEAD -> origin/master
You can delete HEAD if you don't need it (although it doesn't do any harm being there) by issuing the following command:
Note: on github there is already an checkbox you can check under Settings > Options.
The two following medium articles are explaining the best strategyHow to export clean .svg icons with Sketch