It's nice to live in a perfect world where every problem has an elegant solution but when dudes like Bruce Dawson, an awesome C++ developer from Google, commits code with this subject line, I think we can safely assume that the perfect world doesn't exists 🙂 . Avoid Windows kernel bug using Python hack I … Continue reading GIT commits a la Google
I just published my new game "Brainy Ball" on Google Play and it was rejected! because they take the review process very seriously and rigorously and they noticed something is wrong with my app. As you can see in the image above, I had some copyright issues with my store listing. The screenshots were made by … Continue reading Vigilance a la Google
I lost the signing keys for one of my Google Store applications and I want to share with you, what to do in this case. Sadly you can't do anything . I contacted Google and they said I can't update that application anymore. That application is basically lost. Well... this is rubbish! They said it … Continue reading Loosing my keys
As a passionate developer, I often read about the development process in big companies such as Google. I find it amazing how they scaled to such an incredible size, their project management chain is state of the art. But how about applying their ways in a regular sized company? In my humble opinion this is a big … Continue reading Project management a la Google for small companies.
Apparently Google is testing its new UI design for the search engine. I don't necessarily hate it but I don't like it either. Shadows everywhere! I am not a fan of 3D designs, I think that flat is much better. 3D cards looks decent on mobile devices but really crappy on browsers. I think they should stick with … Continue reading Google New UI