android Software Development
Tbilisi, T'bilisi, Georgia
Defend against the impossible, because the impossible will happen!
How to avoid common errors in the code and how to master this discipline. Will try to show good and bad examples achieving safe and cleaner code. But there is another extreme part of this: overly defensive code, too much defensive code, I'm going to underline this thin line between defensive and extremely defensive code. Bonus: From my experience, most FinTech Android applications nowadays do it wrong when it comes to money so we will try to fix it
Software Engineer with 8 years of experience, specialising in Android development. He is a fan of all things software development, particularly architecture with a penchant for exploring the potentials of the platform. Out of work, Merab maintains an active podcast about work ethics and career growth, writes tech-blogs and is a GDG organizer and speaker at development meetups (DevFests, OWASP) and beyond. Cares about community and newcomers. Alongside his technological pursuits, he is an amateur cyclist and runner, biohacker and spends lots of time on personal development.