Monthly Archives: November 2016

Android Motivations

Over the past two months, since enrolling in Object Oriented Java, I’ve been seriously considering Android App development. We have a Mobile App Certification Program at my college. So, if you take Introduction to Programming, Object Oriented Java Programming, Mobile App Development I & II, you can qualify for a mobile apps certificate.

Since I already know Java, and have a good handle on it, it makes sense to consider it. There is also a shortage of Android developers, which might be helpful for landing that first development gig!

So, yesterday, I downloaded Android Studio, and enrolled in Udacity’s Developing Android Apps by Google.

The class is geared towards people who already know at least 1 or 2 programming languages. So, if you are like me, and know already know Java and second programming language, it’s a great way to get your feet wet, before commuting to anything.

And the best apart? It’s self-paced. And FREE!

If you are interested download Android Studio. And then proceed on to Udacity. Just follow the link to sign up.