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From Village to a ₹6.5k/Month Salary to a Dream Remote Job

🌟🌮 Welcome to another captivating episode of Beyond the Brackets! 🌮🌟 This story is unlike any other story you’ve heard before. Burhan comes from a village near Udaipur. He started his career by being unable to a job for 1 year after college. From there he starts with a job that paid him ₹6.5k/month, slowly grew it by switching companies until he got a lifechanging opportunity to work at a remote startup. Today, Burhan is a mobile development consultant, a

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Lesson Learned from building successful android library PhotoEditor: Droidcon Berlin 2021

Building the same components from scratch for your Android projects time after time just doesn’t make sense. This is why libraries are really powerful — Building an android library is easy, but building one that keeps in mind developer happiness is rare but not hard. And if you build something cool yourself, why not share it with the world? In this talk, I’m going to share what I learned building an android library called PhotoEditor, which has become the most widely

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Turning 30

Life is short and unpredictable. If you go with data on the average human life span, I am almost halfway there ?. Last month I turned 29 as per the Georgian calendar. Georgian and Hijri calendars have a 1-year gap every 30 years. But here I am, happy to be called a 30-year-old as per Hijri’s calendar.? In these 29/30 years, One thing I did consistently is, doing a lot of mistakes and learning from them. This way I’ve learned

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Flutter Pune Feb 2024 – A Pragmatic Approach To Use Record & Pattern Matching in Flutter

This talk was part of the meetup Flutter Madness: Into The Flutter World conducted at the office of Nonstop IO by Flutter Pune Meetup. About the talk Developers want to try new shiny things. Records and pattern matching are two highly demanded features for Dart 3.0. However, whenever we get a new tool, we try to use it everywhere, which might create more problems than it solves. In this talk, we will discuss how to use records and pattern matching

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Devfest Udaipur 2023 – A Pragmatic Approach To Use Record & Pattern Matching in Flutter

About the talk Developers want to try new shiny things. Records and pattern matching are two highly demanded features for Dart 3.0. However, whenever we get a new tool, we try to use it everywhere, which might create more problems than it solves. In this talk, we will discuss how to use records and pattern matching the right way. We’ll look for code structures where these features fit perfectly and identify the code structures where they might create more problems.

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Devfest Lucknow 2023 – A Pragmatic Approach To Use Record & Pattern Matching in Flutter

About the talk Developers want to try new shiny things. Records and pattern matching are two highly demanded features for Dart 3.0. However, whenever we get a new tool, we try to use it everywhere, which might create more problems than it solves. In this talk, we will discuss how to use records and pattern matching the right way. We’ll look for code structures where these features fit perfectly and identify the code structures where they might create more problems.

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Podcast: EP #17- TACOS – ​​Ft. Burhanuddin Rashid, Open Source and Community

🌟🌮 Welcome to another awesome episode of TACOS! 🌮🌟 🎙️ In this episode, we have a very special guest – Burhanuddin Rashid! 👨‍💻Burhanuddin Rashid, is a Google Developer Expert in Flutter and Dart, prolific Medium author with over a million views, and a GitHub project with 5.6K+ followers. From joblessness to tech leadership and his own Flutter classes, Burhan’s journey is a testament to the power of passion and self-learning. Join us in exploring his inspiring tech odyssey! 🚀 🔍

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Lost and Founder: A Painfully Honest Field Guide to the Startup World

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Discover the secrets of successful entrepreneurship with Rand Fishkin, co-founder of Moz, as he takes you through the challenges of building a software company in his book ‘Lost and Founder.‘ The book covers everything from deciding whether to take VC funding to build a skilled team, to creating a work culture people love, to developing a successful product, to facing the realities of layoffs. This book is a comprehensive guide to tech entrepreneurship. To start a business, it’s crucial to

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The Psychology of Money

In this world, there are a lot of things to talk about, but two common topics which are discussed in any group are Money and Health, even if you are not interested in them. Compared to health, money is something on which you’re judged constantly or you judge someone else. That’s one of the biggest issues we have about money. The thing we need to learn about money is, how it works and what it really takes to become wealthy.

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Clean Agile: Back to Basics

Author : Robert C. Martin For the first three years of my career, I did not know what agile was. I first came to know about the “Agile” word when I was copy-pasting my resume headline from someone else’s resume. I didn’t know, what it meant. I just copy-paste it. Sadly, that’s the current state of the majority of software companies. While the agile manifesto was signed in 2001, as time passed by, it started to lose its real meaning.

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Your Code as Crime Scene

Author : Adam Tohnhill I pick up this book thinking that I will learn some techniques on how to debug the code better. But it turns out to be a completely different book, and I am glad that I read it. The book is about how to find defects, complexities, and decays in a codebase using forensic techniques to find criminals. You can get it from amazon. Throughout the book, the author uses a tool created by him called Codemat.

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