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Kaushik Gopal
½ of the ; Google Developer Expert; Android . I watch 1 movie a week, and my life purpose is to get a high five from
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Gyuri Grell 🍵 6h
In preparation for Android Q, I've baked (for the first time) some Brazilian Queijadinha. May not look like much, but OMG, so delicious.
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Kaushik Gopal 7h
Hey now ! I ain't that old. 😉
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Kaushik Gopal 8h
I’ve always used from my university days and it has worked like a charm.
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Francisco Mar 19
Hey Kaushik, I’ve dealt with this issue and the best solution I found was in this thread. Basically create a new login entry for the reverse package name. In my case it was bofa(dot)infonow(dot)com for BoA
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Kaushik Gopal Mar 19
Replying to @kikin81 @1Password
Hot damn. Thanks for this Francisco. This definitely helped with a login i just tried now. Given how convoluted package id reservation is with Android apps 😄, this makes sense.
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Kaushik Gopal Mar 19
Replying to @kaushikgopal
An even better suggestion : when i manually pick from 1Password's app list I should be prompted to just save that info for future use. Pretty please?
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Kaushik Gopal Mar 19
Hey I can never get any of my existing logins to Auto fill on Android is there some thing we can do to manually edit the package id info to help with this ?
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Kaushik Gopal Mar 19
[blog post] Japanese Manhole art
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Donn Felker Mar 13
A book I STILL recommend to this day.
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Patrick McKenzie Mar 7
This is one of the reasons why "Can you describe what I'd need to do to buy a $50 book?" is a deceptively good question to ask during job interviews (or earlier) for getting a read on how a company treats engineers, what their tolerance for process-for-sake-of-process is, etc.
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Ben Weiss ⌨️ Mar 11
I'm giving away some tickets to members of underrepresented groups (199€ VS 279€). DM / comment while supplies last.
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Kaushik Gopal Mar 11
Replying to @blipinsk
in case folks don't realize this, gets credit for writing this post. My share widget didn't include that info
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Kaushik Gopal Mar 11
Replying to @relizarov
fair point. But I could defend the original author's argument by saying, that would hold only if you read the code in an IDE like intellijidea. A lot of kotlin code i write these days is in Vim/terminal land.
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Kaushik Gopal Mar 11
Advocating against (some) Kotlin expressions -
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Qantas Mar 10
Our competitors don't normally ask us for advice, but when an airline leader reached out, we couldn't ignore it. Naturally, there was only one way to respond: CEO to CEO.
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Miguel de Icaza @ GDC Mar 7
A jewel hidden inside this release is an MIT licensed infinite precision math library in C++, go here to get it:
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Kaushik Gopal Mar 7
That’s a a fair point but that’s precisely what I personally like to test - Is the user seeing what they’re supposed to. If the view changes, then the users expectations have changed, therefore my tests should accommodate this (is my thinking)
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Kaushik Gopal Mar 7
Replying to @RatulSarna
hey - i'm a little late with this. Thanks for letting me know 🙏
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Kaushik Gopal Mar 7
typically i don't test the `Result` at this level. I have repositories that taken in "Actions" (~ similar to Events) and spew `Results`. In my tests for Repos, these are addressed (if that makes sense)
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