Community Contribution

Groups participation

Google Developers Group (GDG-SP) – Android meetup Organizer. Working on the monthly current event, searching speakers and good talks for the event.

AndroidDevBr (androiddevbr.slack.org) – Brazilian Android group. helping people specially on #code-help channel

Talks

2015/08

Title: Everything about lists in Android 

Description: A talk about giving the first steps in lists in android development. Talking about ViewHolder pattern and also the RecyclerView (the new list type released some months ago)

Level: beginning

Event: Android Meetup #29 GDG-SP

Location: São Paulo – SP – Brazil

slides link: https://pt.slideshare.net/PaulaCarolinedaRosa/tudo-sobre-listas-no-android

 

2015/10

Title: Android Wear

Description: First steps about how to develop for Android Wear. Including notifications (by page and by stack exhibition, answering messages by voice, Wearable API’s, customizing layouts for wearable devices 

Level: beginning / intermediate

Event: Android Meetup #31 GDG-SP

Location: São Paulo – SP – Brazil

slides link: https://pt.slideshare.net/PaulaCarolinedaRosa/android-wear-53654469

 

2016/06

Title: Implementing accessibility in android applications

Description: Practical examples about how to develop apps with talkback support. Showing examples with grouping views, content description, and also how to handle with custom views about accessibility support. 

Level: beginning / intermediate

Event: The Developers Conference TDC – 2016

Location: São Paulo – SP – Brazil

slides link: https://pt.slideshare.net/PaulaCarolinedaRosa/implementando-acessibilidade-em-aplicaes-android

 

2016/08

Title: Accessibility in practice 

Description: Practical examples about how to develop apps with talkback support. Showing examples with grouping views, content description, and also how to handle with custom views about accessibility support. 

Level: beginning / intermediate

Event: Android Meetup #39 GDG – SP –

Location: Twitter – São Paulo  – SP- Brazil

slides link: https://pt.slideshare.net/PaulaCarolinedaRosa/implementando-acessibilidade-em-aplicaes-android

 

2016/09

Title: We’re all accessible

Description: Practical examples about how to develop apps with talkback support. Showing examples with grouping views, content description, and also how to handle with custom views about accessibility support. 

Level: beginning / intermediate

Event: Android Dev Conference 2016

Location: São Paulo – SP – Brazil

slides link: https://pt.slideshare.net/PaulaCarolinedaRosa/somos-todos-acessiveis

 

2016/10

Title: We’re all accessible

Description: Practical examples about how to develop apps with talkback support. Showing examples with grouping views, content description, and also how to handle with custom views about accessibility support. 

Level: beginning / intermediate

Event: DevFest Paraná

Location: Foz do Iguaçu – PR – Brazil

slides link: https://pt.slideshare.net/PaulaCarolinedaRosa/somos-todos-acessiveis

 

2016/11

Title: We’re all accessible

Description: Practical examples about how to develop apps with talkback support. Showing examples with grouping views, content description, and also how to handle with custom views about accessibility support. 

Level: beginning / intermediate

Event: DevFest São Paulo 

Location: São Paulo – SP – Brazil

slides link: https://pt.slideshare.net/PaulaCarolinedaRosa/somos-todos-acessiveis

 

2017/03

Title: Android data structures 

Description:  A talk about SparseArray and ArrayMap, the structures that can be better choice when we need to use some collection that has key, value pair. The talk showed the structures internally and how can they be better than another java structures such as HashMap.

Level: intermediate

Event: Android Meetup #45 GDG – SP

Location: São Paulo – SP – Brazil

slides link: https://pt.slideshare.net/PaulaCarolinedaRosa/android-estrutura-de-dados-73329186

 

2017/08

Title: Your app is not good and it’s all your fault. Android performance optimizations

Description:  Theory about the render time, and the importance to render components in 16ms. GPU and Overdraw profiling tools. How to detect and avoid overdraw. Memory leaks: Garbage collector and how a memory leaks can appear in android applications. How to avoid memory leaks. How to detect memory leaks with “Leak Canary”. How to detect memory leaks with “Profiling Tools in Android Studio 3.0.

Level: intermediate / advanced

Event: Android dev Conference 2017 

Location: São Paulo – SP – Brazil

slides link: https://speakerdeck.com/paulacr/androidperformance

Articles

Android developer: how to start

https://medium.com/android-dev-br/desenvolvendo-android-por-onde-come%C3%A7ar-1dd70b4fcf57

Description: First steps about how to begin being an Android developer. Where to find documentation, tutorials, courses, and groups to help in the development.

Shared Preferences

https://medium.com/android-dev-br/sharedpreferences-d34768fcda45

Description: Saving simple data in Android applications using SharedPreferences

Intents: passing data through activities

https://paulacr.net/2016/02/10/intents-passagem-de-parametros-entre-telas/

Description: how to pass data between activities

Creating a custom list with list view

https://paulacr.net/2015/05/18/criando-uma-lista-customizada/

Description: how to create custom lists with listviews

Anúncios