The London Android Workshop happening on November 24th and 25th at Techhub

The London Android Workshop happening on November 24th and 25th at Techhub

The London Android Workshop is, as the organizers describe it, ‘a two day workshop designed to provide a practical introduction to Android development fundamentals’.  The event will be hosted by Richard Legett, an experienced developer with enough know-how to teach you all the coding stuff you could want to know. You don’t need to have any coding experience at all, and you’ll be guided from the very basics to the tiny details. The only things you need to bring are a laptop with the Android SDK set up and an Android phone. Early bird tickets are priced at £375.00, you can buy them here. If you can spare the money, live in London and want an extensive introduction to app developing, then I suggest you purchase your ticket now at the reduced early bird price.


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  1. Richard Leggett
    November 14, 07:25 Reply

    Hi guys, a big thanks for the article. Just to say some programming experience is required, all the details are on the site. Looking forward to seeing any AndroidGuys readers there! Richard

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