Google and Udacity launch a new Android programming course for beginners

Google and Udacity launch a new Android programming course for beginners

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Google wants more people to learn to program — especially for its Android platform. While the company already offered a few programming courses, they were typically geared toward students with at least some rudimentary programming experience.
Starting today, the Google Android Basics Nanodegree class is available on the online learning platform Udacity. It’s the first Android nanodegree class designed by Google for people with no programming experience at all.
The new series of courses teaches how to build simple Android apps. Specifically, it covers layouts, interactivity, object-oriented programming basics, multi-screen apps, connecting to the Internet and data storage, among other topics.
The course requires 165 hours, or about 4 hours a day for 42 days, to be completed.
The first 50 students to complete the Android Basics Nanodegree will also be awarded with a full scholarship to continue the Career-Track Android Developer Nanodegree.
Source: https://techcrunch.com/2016/06/22/google-and-udacity-launch-a-new-android-programming-course-for-beginners/?ncid=mobilenavtrend
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht

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