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Q&A - Software Craftsmanship Conference London 2017

SCLConf is for software craftspeople for whom delivering software on time simply isn’t enough. Read on for some insights into crafting software at Novoda. This is a cross-post from the Software Craftsmanship Conference London 2017 website, a quick Q&A session with our Head of Engineering: Paul Blundell.
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Android Things & IoT @ Liverpool Makefest

MakeFest Liverpool is a family-friendly event celebrating low level technologies, hardware, hacking and making. We participated again with a stand at the 2017 event and built two fun Internet of Things games to try and engage those attending and learn more about Android Things for ourselves. So here's our review
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If I learnt one thing from Google I/O '17 it'd be ...

Novoda recently attended Google I/O in force with five of our engineers making the trip to Mountain View in sunny California. With over 150 sessions, and a lot of announcements of new tech, what were our key takeaways? There was a lot happening at Google I/O: three jam-packed
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A window on Novoda's Liverpool office

Our inspiring designers have been at it again. Our Liverpool office has a striking new window decal thanks to Dave & Qi and the fine folks at AB ScreenPrint. Here's a little insight into the minds of our designers to see how this came about. First, a little background. Novoda
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O-h yeah! What we look forward to in Android O

This week Google has announced the new Android O Preview programme. Like most Android developers out there, we poured over the documentation to find out what new feature tickles our fancies the most. Here’s what people at Novoda are looking forward to. Sebastiano Poggi There are a lot of
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Helping the Liverpool Community Grid

World Community Grid enables anyone with a computer, smartphone or tablet to donate their unused computing power to advance cutting-edge scientific research on topics related to health, poverty and sustainability. Through the contributions of over 650,000 individuals and 460 organisations, World Community Grid has supported 28 research projects to
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How we enjoyed Droidcon London 2016

Droidcon London is the biggest and best Android conference of the year. You have knowledgeable speakers, enthusiastic people, engaged sponsors and worthy competitions. Novoda goes to Droidcon London every year and this year we wanted to give back a little of our experience, sharing some of our best moments with
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Open source is a big part of what we do at Novoda. A lot of our projects lean on the great work of others, but we also enjoy giving back. Whenever possible, we like to take time and spin out some cool and useful stuff, so others can take advantage
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React Native: Is it the end of native development?

People see React Native as a write-once-deploy-anywhere solution, potentially speeding up development for applications that need to be written for both iOS and Android and making it possible for Web Developers to easily write native applications, but is React Native the best choice for your next project? What is React
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