Fragmented - Android Developer Podcast

The Fragmented Podcast is a podcast for Android Developers hosted by Donn Felker and Kaushik Gopal. Our goal is to help you become a better Android Developer. We chat about topics such as Testing, Dependency Injection, Android Patterns and Practices, useful libraries and much more. We will also be interviewing some of the top Android Developers out there. Subscribe now and join us on the journey of being an Android Developer.

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episode 14: 014: Effective Java for Android developers : Item 1


We've mentioned the book "Effective Java" by Joshua Bloch quite a few times on previous episodes. At this point, everyone knows they should have read this book (quadruple times). But it's a dense read and everyone could use a reading buddy. Also, what doe


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 10 August 2015  17m
 
 

episode 13: 013: Corey Latislaw on TDD and Testing


In this episode we revisit the topic of Testing, looking at it from a TDD perspective. Globetrotter, Kata Queen, TDD practitioner and overall boss of Android development - Corey Latislaw, joins us in this episode with thoughts, tips and tricks on pulling


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 03 August 2015  1h2m
 
 

episode 12: 012: Continous Integration and Collective Code Ownership


In the first "Fragment" installment we're going to talk about Continuous Integration (CI) and Collective Code Ownership (CCO). Donn talks about what CI is, why its important and how it benefits you and your team. He then dives right into CCO and how it ca


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 21 July 2015  21m
 
 

episode 11: 011: The Fowler Road to a Clean Architecture


In this episode - Donn and Kaushik dive into a topic that is very near and dear their hearts - application architecture. They talk about how Martin Fowler has inspired a lot of their architectural decisions and how they're moving towards defining what a c


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 14 July 2015  1h7m
 
 

episode 10: 010: Boning Up on Core Java with Michael Bailey


In this episode Donn and Kaushik talk to the very talented Michael Bailey about core Java principles and practices. Michael has quite the deep and passionate understanding of Java and we thought it would only be perfect to share this episode with a very p


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 23 June 2015  1h36m
 
 

episode 9: 009: Google IO Special


This is the special Google I/O 2015 episode. In this episode - Kaushik makes the trek to Google I/O and chats with various Android developers about their favorite part of Google IO. I was not able to make it but Kaushik was able to interview of top develo


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 03 June 2015  1h29m
 
 

episode 8: 008: Pocket Casts Amazingness with Philip Simpson


In this episode, we talk to Philip Simpson, one of the rockstar developers of the amazing Pocket Casts Android Application. We learn about how Philip and his partner, Russell, started Shifty Jelly and how they grew their team from a two-person shop to a s


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 19 May 2015  1h24m
 
 

episode 7: 007: Jake Wharton on Testing, SqlBrite, NotRxAndroid, RxJava and Much More


In the final part of this two-part segment, we continue our talk with Jake Wharton. We dive right into the topic of testing. Jake then talks about his approach to testing apps in Android and the different languages that he finds interesting. We then move


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 06 May 2015  1h19m
 
 

episode 6: 006: Jake Wharton on Becoming a Better Developer and Creating Successful Open Source Projects (Part 1)


In part one of this two-part segment, we talk to the one and only Jake Wharton. He gives us the scoop on how he operates day to day, what he looks for in a good Android developer and how to become a better Android developer. He also touches upon the vario


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 29 April 2015  54m
 
 

episode 5: 005: Image libraries for Android


In this episode of Fragmented, Donn and Kaushik start off by discussing the tips and tricks available for efficiently loading images in an Android app. Good image libraries make use of these techniques and perform all the heavy lifting in the background.


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 17 April 2015  1h34m