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Hi, I'm Madalin πŸ‘‹

The Programming and Computer Science are my passions. I'm a Mobile Software Developer with over 6 years of experience. Enthusiast on clean, modular and components architecture, focused on make software design more understandable, maintainable, scalable, robust, and last and not least testable. Applying design patterns, SOLID principles and good practices, making the code not only to compile.

I love collaborating with open source, keep me update with the community tendencies, writing technical articles, make personal projects and participating in hackathons or any type of challenges.

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  1. πŸ“š Sample Android Components Architecture on a modular word focused on the scalability, testability and maintainability written in Kotlin, following best practices using Jetpack.

    Kotlin 1.8k 305

  2. Forked from googlesamples/easypermissions

    πŸ”“ Kotlin version of the popular google/easypermissions wrapper library to simplify basic system permissions logic on Android M or higher.

    Kotlin 137 12

  3. A gardening app illustrating Android development best practices with Android Jetpack.

    Kotlin 14.2k 3.5k

  4. Firefox for Android

    Kotlin 5k 856

  5. The Google I/O Android App

    Kotlin 20.6k 6.1k

  6. A memory leak detection library for Android.

    Kotlin 26.3k 3.8k

777 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

June 2021

Created 1 commit in 1 repository
Created 1 repository
Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
1 merged
11 contributions in private repositories Jun 1 – Jun 17

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