Yesterday I published a bugfix release of CircleImageView with two small fixes for the improved touch handling introduced earlier this year. The new version 3.0.1 is now available on Maven Central.
At the company I work with, we don't care too much about where and when someone does their work, as long as it gets done. This approach somewhat clashes with the idea of a daily stand-up with a fixed schedule. I'll look into why that is, how we tackled it and our considerations along the way.
Five years ago I released the initial version of my first open source library. Today it has more than 11,000 stars and 2,600 forks on GitHub. Time to take a step back and look at the journey.
When planning on starting a blog, what is the first thing you'd do? Find the right software to run it, set it up and tweak it to your liking, for hours – long before you're even clear if you really want to get into blogging. At least that's what I did.
After more than a year without a new release I published CircleImageView 3.0.0 earlier today. The new version is now available on your favorite Maven central mirror.
I've been contemplating starting a blog for some time now and today finally is the day. I guess I'll be writing about software development, remote team work and whatever else comes to my mind. Let's see where this goes. Enjoy!