My SIGNAL London 2017 Schedule

SIGNAL London 2017

In just under a week we will be hosting SIGNAL London for the second time with even more talks, hands-on learning, live demos and the first ever European $BASH. Every single one of the talks at SIGNAL London has been carefully selected, here’s the full schedule. But if I were to choose, these are the talks that I’m personally most excited about: [11:15] Sharpening my tools… Read More

Send and Receive SMS messages with Kotlin

Kotlin is the new type-inferred hotness in the world of JVM languages giving you a single unified language for building Android, server-side and even JavaScript apps. If you’re a Java developer then giving Kotlin a spin is simple. Video: How to Send and Receive SMS messages with Kotlin But you can’t copy the code from the video, so you can download it from here or just follow along… Read More

Google Spreadsheets and .NET Core

You don’t always need a fully functional database for every project. If you’re prototyping and your data model is still changing, chances are you could use a Google Spreadsheet for easier and quicker set up. In this tutorial we will use Google’s API client library for working with Sheets in .NET Core. Get access to your spreadsheets You can use any Google Sheet you already have lying… Read More

Getting started with Android Things

Android Things makes it way easier to build IoT applications using the Android Framework and the tools you already know. Let’s have a look at how to flash Android Things to a Raspberry Pi 3 and build our first application. Our tools We’ll use the following tools throughout the tutorial: Android Studio A Raspberry Pi 3 with no flashed image A micro SD memory card with at least… Read More