Google I/O Revisited

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Google I/O Revisited Last week we wrote about Google I/Ocoming to an end.  We highlighted some of the cool new features that were unveiled and explored upcoming technologies.  There was tons to show on stage, but of course it’s not magic.  Every tech innovation has logic working under the hood.  And as developer’s Google I/O … Read more

Keep The Resolutions Going With Phonlab

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Keep The Resolutions Going With Phonlab We’re one week into the new year, and hopefully sticking with resolutions.  The most common goals tend to revolve around exercising, eating healthier, or learning something.  We can’t help you out with the first two, but if you’re looking to pick up a new skill this year you’re in … Read more

That Missing Guide To Kotlin

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That Missing Guide To Kotlin   In 2017 Kotlin began taking the Android community by storm.  Google adopted it as a first class language, and shortly afterwards developers everywhere renounced Java in favor of the newer, sleeker language.  That change isn’t going away. I won’t lie, when I first was exposed I didn’t see what … Read more

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