Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Who needs "real" school when Google teaches Android development online? - Raymond Wong, Mashable

Google is partnering with Udacity to offer the first Android Developer nanodegree, senior vice president Sundar Pichai announced on stage at the Google I/O developers conference on Thursday. The Android nanodegree will cost $200 per month; the course will take six to nine months to complete. Enrolled students will be taught Android-related development skills, including how to build apps that integrate with Google's services and how to use Material Design. http://mashable.com/2015/05/28/google-udacity-android-nanodegree/

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