It's no doubt that Android Studio gets better with every version. Who doesn't love Instant Run? There is one thing I am sad to see change without mention. Test Artifacts are merged together by default now.
When I initially set out to blog about Mockito I wanted to write a post where I explained the Verify API. Though there wasn't much in the realm of posts around this topic, I think that the javadocs have ample examples. Maybe the only topic that would be worth covering for a second post would be good places to use Verify. I recently have been working a lot with the Verify API and found some inconsistencies that I wanted to share so that if you are using Mockito you can avoid the pain I had. So here it is two weeks later and here is my post about some caveats while using the Verify API.
Every year for the past 7 years the tech industry, financial analysts and tech aficionados alike post numerous blogs with rumors about the years I/O. This year is no exception. To give a different perspective, and maybe an altogether different approach, I have decided to come up with a few major things that Android developers should care about this I/O.