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This page is for people who would like to see wiseAss grow.
If you feel like the hundreds of hours I've put into sharing my learning and code with others is worth supporting financially, please consider supporting me via Patreon or PayPal. I don't expect a free lunch, so have a look at my rewards and see if something seems reasonable.
All contributions greatly appreciated. Most of my content will be/is free regardless, but the quality of that content depends on my equipment and time constraints. I'd like nothing more than to do this fulltime. If you're not certain what amount is appropriate, consider what you would be comfortable paying for a Paid Program of similar quality/practicality.
Building a Social Media following is an important factor in any company or brand's success. Any time that you share, like, +1, sub, comment, or whatever else, you are helping to improve my SEO and exposure. If you have a couple of minutes to do so, and don't mind recieving updates about what I'm doing, please check out my options for Social Media in the Toolbar above. Youtube is at this stage my most important platform, but it all helps since they're linked together.
I'm always looking to write better code. If you're an Android Baller that has some time to bring the knowledge hammer down on my head or have a look at my Repos, I'd love to hear your input. Although all input/constructive criticsm is welcome and appreciated, I'm particularly interested in best practices for Testing, deep Software Architecture concepts, and kickass APIs like RxJava 2.
My Commitment to Viewers and Customers:
From the moment I began learning how to build Android Apps back in 2014, it has been my goal to make a living while keeping most of my content and apps mostly free, and always affordable. I've made this decision for the following reasons:
- I'd rather someone use my products or access my content for free, than not at all. I know what it's like to be broke.
- Although I do my best to explain things and arrange lessons to a high standard, I don't feel a sense of ownership over the knowledge I've accumulated from learning Software Developement. The vast majority of this knowledge has come from free sources on the internet, and I feel a sense of obligation to return this favour.
- I'd prefer to have a commercially successful App before I charge people for Educational Content. I care about credibility.
- It's an experiment. I love a good experiment.