NeilPatel.com - A Great Resource for Bloggers

I've recently come across Neil Patel from NeilPatel.com. I have listened to him on about half a dozen podcasts as well as read quite a few articles from his blog. I found his interviews especially on how to start and grow a blog from nothing to a healthy audience extremely useful and interesting.

If you are a marketer, sales person, or someone who is looking to grow their product or blog he is an invaluable resource. I am still just scratching the surface of the content he has to offer, but I recommend that you check it out over at
NeilPatel.com.
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Android: Determine When App is Opened or Closed

Learn about how you can determine when your application is opened or closed; as well as how the user opened the app. Posted to the MeetMe Developer Blog.
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Best Practices For Consuming Apis On Android

Learn about current best practices for consuming web APIs in your Android applications; posted to the Meet Me Developer Blog.

Also I gave a talk on the subject at the Bucks County Tech Meetup which is now available here:


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Android Tricks And Tips: Storing A POJO Into Shared Preferences

Learn about some Android Tips and tricks; posted to the Meet Me Developer Blog.
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Presenting at Bucks County Tech Meetup

I am presenting at the Bucks County Tech Meetup on March 26, 2014 Read More...
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A Tale of Migrating from Eclipse to Android Studio

Learn about my recent transition from Eclipse to Android Studio and why I am a convert; posted to the Meet Me Developer Blog.
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Learn how to performance tune an Android application

Learn how to systematically performance tune an Android application. Read More...
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One Android App Rater To Rule Them All

Learn about a new open source prompt to rate your app library I created. Read More...
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Rapid JSON Parsing In Android

Learn how to use GSON to rapidly parse and consume JSON based APIs in your Android App. Read More...
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Awesome Android Open Source

Learn about some of the best Android Open Source libraries that you should be using in your projects. Read More...
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