If there's one thing that had a drastic change in the way I develop apps, it's learning about Android architecture. Sure, I learned a few libraries in my journey, RxJava, Firebase, Retrofit, and they all helped, but nothing completely changed the way I write code than, well, changing the fundamentals of how you write. Changing the …
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