Programming in Java for Android Development (Level: Beginning)

This course counts towards the Professional Graduate Certificate in Mobile App Development at ITU. You can review the details about the program at http://itu.edu/index.php/academics/mobile-app-development-cert/ and http://www.bhecker.com/workshops/cert.html

You don't need to participate in the certificate program to attend this workshop. You do NOT need to be a student at ITU or anywhere else in order to attend this workshop. The workshop runs for 2 full days, 8 hours each day (9am-6pm) on Sat 1/19/13 and Sun 1/20/13.

In this course you will become familiar with Java, the programming language used to develop Android applications. Our goal is to prepare participants to become comfortable working with the Java programming language and dive into Android app development. You will get a solid introduction to Java fundamentals, including object oriented programming, inheritance and more. This is part 1 of a 3 part series.

Prerequisites: None
Credit/No Credit Option: YES
Certificate Program: Professional Graduate Certificate in Mobile Application Development
Tuition Fee: $299.

2 Meetings: Sat and Sun, 9am-6pm, January 19, 20.

Registration and enrollment form and workshop fee will be completed and collected at the first class meeting on Saturday, January 19th.

Come check out the class. If you like what you see you can register and take it. There is no obligation to enroll in the certificate program or continue with other classes. No undergraduate or graduate degree or university enrollment is required. This workshop is open to the general public! If you have questions about the university or workshop series please feel free to contact me (Barbara) at [masked].

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  • Maggie

    Do we need to bring our own laptop? MacBook, ok?

    1 · January 11, 2013

    • Susan C.

      +Peter, Barbara: The video suggests installing the NDK plug-in so I selected both items to install additional software onto Eclipse. The selection of the NDK item triggered the dependency on the NDK - when I don't select that item the installation completes.

      January 18, 2013

    • Barbara H.

      I will need to make sure I redo that video to take away any reference to having to install the NDK plug in. It doesn't normally create an issue like this. You don't need it however. I'm glad to hear all is installed now. Good luck writing java and creating Android apps!

      January 19, 2013

  • Barbara H.

    Here is some parking and transportation just in case this is your first time attending a workshop:

    There are several public parking options around downtown San Jose. A small parking lot nearby (on Delmas Ave, between W. Santa Clara St. and W. San Fernando St.) offers parking for $3.50 (daytime only; when Sharks game begins in the evening – prices will go up). Not sure if there is a Sharks game tomorrow but this is the cheapest parking around.

    January 18, 2013

  • Barbara H.

    There is nothing that really needs to be done in preparation for this coming weekend's workshop. Bring a computer with you and I will run through the tools install on Sat morning. While folks are download and installing the tools, I will discuss the Java basics, etc. so we will "multitask" until lunch when we can troubleshoot any installation problems. Bring a Windows or a Mac computer with you in order to get the most out of the workshop!

    January 17, 2013

  • Rakesh

    I am a Microsoft developer and looking forward to learn Android development will this be a good program to start with. Also i don't have any back ground around Java. Please suggest.

    January 15, 2013

    • Barbara H.

      You don't need to know java to take this workshop you will learn basic java as well as how to use it in the Android development platform. This workshop focuses on beginning java skills. It should be a good "jump start" for your Android development interests. I will also be teaching an Android development workshop where the focus is less on java programming and more on Android Application development.

      January 15, 2013

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