In this and the upcoming posts, I will go deep in some CS problems with my proposed solutions. I will try to follow the simplest possible approach “that is acceptable and good enough but may not be the most optimal” to make it easy to absorb by everyone. …
If you are a mobile developer that loves developing mobile apps as quickly as possible, then this session is definitely for you. This session shows you how to develop and run a mobile app in 30 minutes without needing to have any deep knowledge of native mobile application development in iOS or Android. This will be achieved by using Flutter. This session is a practical session that shows you the detailed steps needed for developing a basic Flutter app. After this session, you’ll know enough information that can allow you to start developing your first mobile app.
This session was part of the latest Droidcon NYC in 27 August 2019.
This article is not about mobile or web development or cloud platforms, it is about my dive into the machine learning world. Although I’m still an explorer of this field, I will blog about my observations from time to time.
I just get back from DevFest Chicago 2019. The conference organization was really excellent. I was really glad to meet the friendly organizers of this conference and some members of GDC Chicago (Dan Baran, Joel Vasallo, and Ben Rodriguez) and to present “Learnt lessons from Mockito 2.x Migration and Developing clean unit tests”:
@01 Feb, I will be glad to have you joining my session in DevFest Chicago “Learnt lessons from Mockito 2.x Migration”:
This session will discuss the tips and tricks of migrating a project with tons of unit tests from Mockito 1.x to Mockito 2.x. It also shows important techniques and disciplines to be followed in order to get rid of all of any existing legacy PowerMock dependency and to have 100% clean unit tests with truly testable code.
See you all there, looking forward to meet you all in person!
Mockito 2.x solves many problems that most of the Android developers were having in their unit tests in Mockito 1.x. But what if you are having today large unit tests written in Mockito 1.x and PowerMock, will it be an easy task to migrate?
Unfortunately, it is not a straightforward…