Clean Code with Kotlin

With Kotlin we can write concise, expressive, and safe code. Sounds like clean code, doesn’t it?

In this article we will recap what clean code is, we will highlight the importance of defining meaningful names, and how to write clean functions and classes.

Finally, we will be able to learn more about the advantages of immutability, how to handle the errors in Kotlin, and what are the best practices in terms of writing tests. By the end of this blog post, you will better understand what clean code means and learn a series of tips and tricks ready to be applied in your code.

“Coding is not a sprint, is a marathon” so let’s exercise together our clean code skills.

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International Women’s Day 2021: Courage to create

On April 24th, 2021, I talked at “International Women’s Day 2021: Courage to create“, event organised by Women Techmakers Lviv and Women Techmakers Dnipro. My talk was about the “Courage to create a career in mobile development”.

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Co-organiser and Moderator – “Courage to create high performing remote teams “

On 25th of March, 2021, I co-organized the annual event of the Women Techmakers Romania community, International Women’s Day. This year our theme is based on the incredible strength and power women have shown in the face of adversity. We recognize that there were tremendous challenges over the past year, especially for women, from dealing with COVID to broader issues of racial justice and human rights. But we remain hopeful about the future and the belief that together our community can create positive change throughout the world.

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Speaker at iTEC – Building a career in Android Development


On 5th of March, 2021, I talked for a group of students about how to build a career in Android Development. It was a really nice experience and I enjoyed the opportunity to answer at their questions and to share the things I learned in my 10 years experience in software development.

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RecyclerView in Android

RecyclerView is a ViewGroup that helps us to display a scrollable list of elements. It is one of the most used UI components in the Android apps and it involves having a data source, an adapter, and the RecyclerView. Other than displaying the content, RecyclerView is efficiently reusing the views that have scrolled off the screen by recycling them.

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Smile, it’s CameraX! [intro]

As humans, we have emotions and feelings and one of the best ways to capture our emotions is to take pictures. 

Some of our greatest experiences are actually captured in pictures. For sure each one of us have pictures from birthday parties, holidays, travels, conferences. We also like capturing feelings like happiness or reactions when bad surprises happen. And, in the latest years, we discovered that we love taking selfies.

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[mDevCamp] Smile, it’s CameraX!

I recently presented this talk at mDevCamp – Online edition. More than that I was part of a Virtual 3D world. Great event, awesome organizers and really interesting questions from the audience.

This talk contains the answers for the next questions:

  1. What are the main challenges of working with Camera APIs on Android?
  2. What are the main advantages of using CameraX API?
  3. How to integrate CameraX in our Android apps?
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