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30 days with Udacity: A fast-paced and challenging path to Android development

Derek Walter | Sept. 11, 2015
The Udacity nanodegree is a tough, but excellent, start if you want to become an Android developer.

There’s also a rather great deal: if you join the $200 per month course and complete it within 12 months, you’ll get half your tuition back. Keep an eye on the Udacity site for when the next cohort launches.

If that’s too high of a skill level for you (as it turned out to be for me), then the Android Development for Beginners class might be the right fit. Once I had too many issues with the gradle, pixel density, and other new terminology I realized it was back to the bonehead class for me.

You can explore the full catalog of nanodegrees and individual courses if you want to check out a different topic. Udacity gives you a two-week trial, so you can back out if the curriculum is too tough.

 

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