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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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Kaushik Gopal Aug 16
Replying to @Sotttti
💯 a colleague of mine remarked the same :). It was mostly irrelevant for Android developers ... up until the modularization movement and its benefits becoming relevant.
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Kaushik Gopal Aug 15
Replying to @RamnivasIndani
As a friend informed me: Apparently 3rd party services try to circumvent it by using a different sender is each time. 👎 so it’ll have to be a LOT of signal before Gmail blocks the domain (if even)
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Kaushik Gopal Aug 15
Replying to @ajaykam @donnfelker
Haven’t tried them before. You got an invite I can use :) ?
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Kaushik Gopal Aug 14
And maybe app here could be something like a cron job that runs locally. Trick is making a good experience for quickly adding/removing rules maybe using something like gmail actions
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Kaushik Gopal Aug 14
Replying to @nisrulz
This seems interesting :) please do !!!
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Kaushik Gopal Aug 14
Replying to @Mathieu_Calba
Haven’t heard of em before. Thanks for the recommendation ! Will take a look.
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Kaushik Gopal Aug 14
Replying to @amaboura
Hmm I’m not entirely comfortable with this as I’d rather not have anything read and process data. Potentially something on the client side (like at the app level)
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Kaushik Gopal Aug 14
Replying to @donnfelker
Yeah like some of the others pointed out - they don’t have a good history privacy wise.
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Kaushik Gopal Aug 14
Replying to @kaushikgopal
3) must be actioned from my side (cause I've lost all faith in some online services that say I'm unsubscribed but don't actually do it) 4) (preferably) accessible through gmail and most email services.
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Kaushik Gopal Aug 14
Here's an idea I would pay good money for: a service that aggressively helps me unsubscribe from useless email. 1) shouldn't be creepy like some of the past solutions 2) should basically be as simple as a blacklist (like some really good add blockers these days)
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Kaushik Gopal Aug 14
🙌 you peeps deserve this and much more! Congrats!! cc
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Donn Felker Aug 6
On this weeks episode of the , I chat about how you can get effective help (quickly) with an SSCCE 🤔. Take a listen 👂 here:
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Kaushik Gopal Aug 3
It’s a little more involved at the moment to install . But still works on AS
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Donn Felker Aug 3
Yo check it out. Night Owl for IntelliJ IDE's - //cc
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Kaushik Gopal Aug 3
Replying to @donnfelker @sarah_edo
Oh I’m totally already on it dude! Following along with updates, changes and all 🙌 😆
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Kaushik Gopal Jul 30
Goodbye old friend, farewell it seems.
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Kaushik Gopal Jul 25
Replying to @anv1th
Yeah it's in chicken scratch notation 🤣 at the moment. But I'm going to clean it up and try to post it soon. Stay tuned !
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Kaushik Gopal Jul 25
I have it in terrible scribbled format. More folks have asked this so definitely keep an eye out. I'll try to post this when I get a chance
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Kaushik Gopal Jul 25
My bad ass colleague at Instacart, apart from making sure i don't break anything by morning; is an open source crusader by night! 🚀👏
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Ava Breaux Jul 22
so my brother and stepsister decided to order pizza and put a sign on the door that said “scream ‘Shannon your pizza is here.’ Don’t ring the doorbell or knock, our grandma is sleeping upstairs.”
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