Android Things Preview 4.1 includes minor improvements for IoT developers

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The latest Android Things preview update only contains minor improvements but could be useful for some IoT developers. As the incremental version number suggests, this update isn’t filled with exciting new features. The first is support for the Pico i.MX6UL revision B board, while support for earlier revisions are being dropped. The latest board supports many … Continue reading Android Things Preview 4.1 includes minor improvements for IoT developers

5 Cheats to Help You Become A Better Developer

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Great developers work with probably hundreds of thousands of variables and moving parts to create incredibly complex pieces of software, websites and tools. Related: Getting Started With Small Business App Development If you’re under the impression that developers are superhumans who do it all from memory, you’re in the majority, but that doesn’t mean the majority is right. In … Continue reading 5 Cheats to Help You Become A Better Developer

Why Startups Shouldn’t Rely Solely on Gig Marketplaces for Developers

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You’ve got a big idea for the next best app, and want to get a piece of the 2016 tech economy pie: The problem is, you’re not a developer, and you lack the financial resources to hire someone full-time to build your app. As someone already involved in the startup world, you turn to your contacts. Related: How Much … Continue reading Why Startups Shouldn’t Rely Solely on Gig Marketplaces for Developers