O'Reilly is creating some video classes to teach Android. The info is below.
We are doing part 1 of a two part course on
Android as an online course. ?It's already started, but many of you
could easily pick up where we left off, I'm sure.
The classes are every Tuesday at 11am PT and are streamed live on the
internet - you can join via Go2Webinar or UStream. ?We charge for the
video downloads, but the live courses are free, and may be valuable
for people who are new to Android development. ?We assume that you
know Java and are familiar with Eclipse, and we're focusing on getting
started with Android.
Here's the signup page to register for the classes: http://android.eventbrite.com/
Once you've signed up, you'll get reminder emails about each class
with links to join the live class via the internet.
So far, we've completed the Overview week, and Week 1. ?This past
class, we started to build a Task Manager app. ?We'll be building on
the Task Manager app for the rest of Part 1 of the course; this coming
Tuesday we'll be working with lists. ?Part 2 of the course will be
given later this spring.
Hope you and some of your members can join us!
P.S. Here's the official blurb:
Join instructor Tony Hillerson as he takes you through a 6-week online
course to help get you started developing Android Applications with
You'll learn hands-on how to build actual working apps with Eclipse
the Android SDK, as well as the ins and outs of Android's features.
Date: The course runs through March 16 at 11:00am PST but you can join
Duration: Each 90-120 minutes
For more information, go to:http://training.oreilly.com/androidapps-java/
If you can't make the free course, you can purchase the video online:http://oreilly.com/catalog/0636920004240
And for you Safari subscribers, this video package will also be
available online at:http://my.safaribooksonline.com/video
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