08. 03. 2021
Twitter can definitely educate the Android Developer you are. It is as easy as to follow the right people and then just checking their regular insights in your feed.
The only thing that remains is how to choose the right people. And we can try to help you with that. With the help of our Android developers, we’ve put together THE list.
We have chosen only active accounts of famous devs you shouldn’t miss out on and even not-so-famous ones worth of your feed.
Why did we choose these names? Because these all-around-world Android developers are not only experts but super complex human beings.
a) do public speaking
b) volunteer in e.g. the Peace Corps
c) create hackathons for children
d) are self-taught programmers
e) and support the community.
Important thing is, you’ll have your daily supply of what’s new in very immense Android universe only by following these people.
List of Twitter accounts of Android dev definitely worth checking out
Juhani Lehtimäki @lehtimaeki
Android Lead at @snappmobile_io
I see a lot of similarities with Apple fandom and Tesla fandom.
From Discover on Google https://t.co/ieljvA2EyV
— Juhani Lehtimäki (@lehtimaeki) August 31, 2019
Kseniia Shumelchyk @KseniiaS
Developer Advocate at @Google
— Kseniia Shumelchyk (@KseniiaS) May 11, 2019
Rebecca Franks @riggaroo
Senior Android Engineer at the design graphic app Over
— Rebecca Franks (@riggaroo) August 10, 2019
Meghan Mehta @adressyengineer
Developer Advocate at @Google
Woot!!! So excited to visit Baroda!!! https://t.co/KR87Y4b8WR
— Meghan @ #droidconNYC (@adressyengineer) September 2, 2019
Dan Lew @danlew42
Software Developer at @Trello
Member of Technical Staff at @Atlassian
Signs you have a 10x developer in the office: high productivity, runes scrawled on the ideation wall in blood, regularly discovering other developers drained into empty husks.
— Dan Lew (@danlew42) August 5, 2019
Lyla Fujiwara @CeruleanOtter
Android Developer Advocate at @Google
@CeruleanOtter used to teach computer science for Peace Corps in Rwanda, worked for Udacity, and now she is a Noogler, newbie at Google.
— Lyla Fujiwara (@CeruleanOtter) August 5, 2019
Amit Shekhar @amitiitbhu
Co-Founder at @MindOrks
Very important learning for me in the last few years:
Learn a new thing when it actually required. Do not just learn to learn. Because when you actually implement in a project, you get the deep knowledge of that.#AndroidDev #developers #Entrepreneurs #coder #programmer #skills
— Amit Shekhar (@amitiitbhu) August 31, 2019
Sean McQuillan @objcode
Android Developer at @Google
Android will now be numbered in base29.
Also new logo! https://t.co/b8Ctwwc3sn
— Sean McQuillan [On Vacation] (@objcode) August 22, 2019
Zarah Dominguez @zarahjutz
Android Developer at WooliesX
I wrote about the tools we built into our app to help with everyday debugging:
???? Feature Toggles – https://t.co/q1OMHaK2Iu
???? Stacktraces – https://t.co/fdwf1AWgq3
???? Preferences – https://t.co/cNxmH33dv5
???? Logs – https://t.co/eUBY4p0nVZ
???? Showcases – https://t.co/J9Lsn596j7
— Zarah Dominguez ???? (@zarahjutz) July 21, 2019
Valera Zakharov @valera_zakharov
Staff Engineer at @SlackHQ
Before Slack, @valera_zakharov used to work at Google and Microsoft.
I've heard skepticism about code coverage as a code health indicator and I agree that it's no panacea. But I'd be surprised if you wouldn't want to know which classes in your codebase have no coverage; especially if you normalize the data with complexity, churn and usage stats.
— Valera Zakharov (@valera_zakharov) July 31, 2019
Joanna Smith @dontmesswithjo
— Joanna Smith (@dontmesswithjo) June 29, 2019
Reto Meier @retomeier
Head of Scalable Developer Advocacy at @Google
Reading this ongoing thread from @VPoltrack, as she shares her translations of the abstract CS terms and concepts she's learning, into beautiful illustrations fills me with a special joy. Thanks for sharing Virginia! https://t.co/Whm7BFsulp
— Reto Meier (@retomeier) July 3, 2019
Nick Butcher @crafty
UX Manager and Developer Advocate at @Google
Understand the difference between themes & styles and how to wield them effectively. #AndroidDev
— Nick Butcher (@crafty) August 22, 2019
Yiğit Boyar @yigitboyar
Staff Software Engineer at @Google, currently working on Android UI Toolkit
According to his blog with 7 articles written in 4 years, @yigitboyar hates waiting or doing nothing. He is probably up to something and therefore not writing the blog. Anyway, he is much more active on his Twitter.
This was a great talk to watch, highly recommended! https://t.co/3qdfwmHO01
— Yigit Boyar (@yigitboyar) August 3, 2019
Huyen Tue Dao @queencodemonkey
Excited to go to the #AndroidDevSummit where we'll have awesome conversations with people in the Android community. Come join the Android team and fellow Android devs for two days of terrific talks.
— Huyen Tue Dao (@queencodemonkey) August 6, 2019
Jeroen Mols @molsjeroen
Lead Android Developer at @PhilipsHueDev
It's an open, honest post about the rough ride we had, mistakes I made and how I grew from these experiences. Wasn't easy to write so I'm curious about what you think! #androiddev pic.twitter.com/R4fbgagZne
— Jeroen Mols (@molsjeroen) August 7, 2019
*an individual recognized by Google for their tech knowledge and skills
Florina Muntenescu @FMuntenescu
Android Developer Advocate at @Google
Until Google Translate is able to do Java to #Kotlin, learn how to translate it by yourself, idiomatically, with a new codelab!
We didn’t stop with the translation here – we also have the codelab available in Chinese ????????and Brazilian ????????
— Florina Muntenescu (@FMuntenescu) July 17, 2019
Kristin Marsicano @kristinmars
Senior Engineering Manager at @bignerdranch
— Kristin Marsicano (@kristinmars) August 28, 2019
Ian Lake @ianhlake
Software Engineer working on the Android UI Toolkit team at @Google
@ianhlake used to work at Facebook and Boeing.
Good news everyone: Biometric 1.0.0-beta01 was released today! https://t.co/fVQDx6JjeM
— Ian Lake (@ianhlake) August 29, 2019
Chiu-Ki Chan @chiuki
runs her own development company
@chiuki had been working at @Google for 6 years, now she is a Developer Expert for Android, a co-producer of Youtube channel AndroidDialogs and also a devoted public speaker on Android issues. If you love reading more personalized stuff, check out her blog.
— Chiu-Ki Chan (@chiuki) August 28, 2019
Annyce Davis @brwngrldev
Software Group Lead at @ZOLAElectric
@brwngrldev also belongs among Android @Google Developer Experts, creating videos, blog posts, and conference talks for the Developers Community. She worked in The Washington Post and is a passionate public speaker and traveler.
— Annyce Davis (@brwngrldev) August 26, 2019
Kaan Mamikoglu @kaanmamikoglu
Software Engineer at @Facebook
Saying hi ???? to the next evolution of @Android. The new look is more modern and accessible, love it!https://t.co/ak8qD5veOI
In other news, @Android's iconic dessert names are going away, starting with Android 10… not sure how I feel about that: https://t.co/xBRNAQ1mQ7 #Android
— Kaan Mamikoglu (@kaanmamikoglu) August 22, 2019
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