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Jul 2020
11:54am, 30 Jul 2020
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Sam Jelfs
Kotlin is just Java with some stuff stuck on it right?
Jul 2020
12:29pm, 30 Jul 2020
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I've not done much/any Java either Sam.
Jul 2020
12:39pm, 30 Jul 2020
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Sam Jelfs
Do you have a specific issue you can share? I do use Java a bit when Matlab just won't do what it's told (Matlab is Java underneath)
Jul 2020
12:50pm, 30 Jul 2020
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I'm trying to build a foreground service that will continue to build a GPS trace when the app is dozing / locked. When it wakes, the main part of the app can just grab the updated version of the trace and update stats etc.

The examples I've found are either in Java, or they feel unnecessarily convoluted. Either that or I just don't understand. Which is also quite likely.
Aug 2020
4:22pm, 1 Aug 2020
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I've been dabbling with Python recently, and playing with its application for data visualisations. Most of my work is with XSLT/XML related things to create Word documents.
Aug 2020
4:41pm, 1 Aug 2020
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Fetch - Have you had a look at FitoTrack?

It is what we use on the phone and is very good. GPL so code is there to see what is going on.
If it's a Fetch app you are developing, you could just fork it, bolt on the auto-upload which would be easy enough...
Aug 2020
6:37pm, 6 Aug 2020
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Mostly work in python / scala / spark but nothing of use to you I'm afraid!

Here's to hoping the gotcha moment is satisfying though!

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