As Android approaches its 10th anniversary this year, there’s no sign that the platform is slowing. In fact, given that it’s spreading deeper into wearables and connected devices, things look rosy for Google’s beloved OS.
In that time, we’ve found that many have gone from being casual gamers or users to push things to new limits. Some have even taken to creating their own apps, games, or services to better leverage the platform.
If you’re the type of person who says, “Hey, I have an idea for an app, but I don’t know where to go to create it”, we have a solution. Our Deal of the Day is a bundle of education aimed at beginners just like you. With 30 hours of content, you’ll get everything you need to start on that killer app.
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- Fundamentals of Operating Systems
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