Google and Udacity Team up to Teach the Basics of Android App Development
A few months ago, Google and Udacity released their first “nanoscale” course for Android intermediate development , and today they are coming back to teach you the absolute basics.
Android Nanodegree Basics is all about building very simple Android apps when you have little or no programming experience. For this reason, you will start by learning some Java fundamentals before you start building a simple application. The course costs $ 200 a month, but you get a certificate at the end, and considering that Google helped organize everything, you know the education is top notch. However, if you don’t need a certificate and teacher testimonials, you can check out all individual courses for free here . You can also try it out without making any commitment with a one-week free trial. There are a lot of programs , but the existence of a joint signature from Google, of course, makes this option one of the most reliable.
Android Nanodegree Basics | Udacity