NitroFlare Android Developer Nanodegree

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    Android Developer Nanodegree
    MP4 | Video: h264, yuv420p, 852x480 | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 channels, s16 | 13GB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    Learn to develop for Android and transform your career outlook! This Nanodegree will provide a guided, efficient path for an intermediate developer with little or no experience on mobile platforms to emerge as an Android Developer.

    By the end of the Nanodegree, you'll have a diverse portfolio of projects to show employers, and will even publish your own app on the Google Play Store as part of the Capstone project.

    This is an Intermediate Nanodegree: Entering students are expected to have prior experience building applications (web or mobile) in Java or another object-oriented programming language.

    What is a Nanodegree Program Curriculum?

    A Nanodegree program is both a curriculum and a credential, developed in partnership with leading technology companies. Our belief is the best way to establish the ultimate hireability of our students is to see them certified with credentials created - and endorsed - by the very companies where they want to work. We make this possible by:

    creating best-in-class courses taught by expert instructors
    deploying a responsive and rigorous review model
    enabling the creation of viable employer-ready work portfolios
    equipping students with the presentation skills necessary to show themselves in the best career light possible

    Why Take This Nanodegree Program?

    With over 1 billion Android devices already activated, Android represents an incredible opportunity for developers. As Android continues to grow beyond smartphones, it will become the brains behind invisible, ubiquitous cloud-connected computing. The skills you learn in this Nanodegree will help you master the existing platform, and prepare you for the exciting opportunities in Android's future.

    Prerequisites and Requirements

    This will be a challenging and rewarding journey that will take a novice programmer 9 months or longer to complete, spending an estimated 10 hours per week on the coursework. Do you have the dedication and mindset to sustain you through it? If you're not sure, please check out the courses and projects, listed under Nanodegree Structure, before making this commitment.

    Programming Experience

    This is not a "Zero to Hero" program. Entering students are expected to have prior experience building applications (web or mobile) in Java or another object-oriented programming language.

    You should have at least 1-2 years of experience in Java or another object-oriented programming language prior to enrolling.

    If you have no prior programming experience, we recommend you take our Android Development for Beginners course, also built with Google. You should also learn foundational Java programming concepts before enrolling in this Nanodegree. Our Intro to Java course may be a good place to start.

    Technical Skills and Requirements

    You will submit your projects on GitHub, and must have a GitHub handle and know how to share code prior to enrolling. Take our course on How to Use Git and GitHub if you need to learn how to do this.

    You will build your apps in Android Studio, and will need to install it on your machine to complete your Nanodegree projects. If you don't have Android Studio installed, see our mini-course on How to Install Android Studio for instructions.

    Dedication and Mindset

    In addition to 1-2 years of prior programming experience and intermediate technical skills, students are expected to demonstrate the following characteristics:

    Resourcefulness: Ability to search for and find solutions in documentation, backed by the belief that all problems in code are discoverable;
    Grit: Ability to work through challenges and persevere when code breaks and tests fail.
    Growth Mindset: Belief that intelligence is NOT a fixed entity, and can be boosted by hard work in the process of learning and practice.
    See the Technology Requirements for using Udacity.

    How long does this Nanodegree Program take?

    The time required to take this Nanodegree programs depends on the amount of effort and previous experience level. We found that most students can complete this Nanodegree Program in 6-12 months at 10 hours per week. But remember that you can always work on your own schedule!

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