Android App Development by Stanford (web.stanford.edu)

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Haddin Fernandez
2 years ago

What is the basic need to learn an android course

Saurabh Hooda
2 years ago

@haddin-fernandez There is no pre-requisite for this course. You can start learning even if you are coding for the first time.

Haddin Fernandez
1 year ago

@saurabh-hooda @haddin-fernandez sir please do help me for learning an android course

Ugo Gessa
10 months ago

@haddin-fernandez you might need to jump into a few coding courses and work on different projects in order to be confident, starting coding might be headache but as you keep learning and doing you'll feel more confident, i like to say it's like to learn a speaking language

Gema Anggada
1 year ago

how's this compared to udacity ( your opinion ) ?

Saurabh Hooda
1 year ago

@gema-anggada We don't give personal opinion as we believe that community recommendation is always better than a single person/expert opinion.

Gema Anggada
1 year ago

@saurabh-hooda Well community recommendation is a collective of personal opinions.

Gema Anggada
1 year ago

#IMO I need a delete button, coz sometimes I didn't mean to offend/makes fault judgement :(

David M
3 months ago

@gema-anggada There was nothing offensive with your statement. Its a fact. You cant begin a "community opinion" without first submitting personal opinions. Its the average of the personal opinions that make the whole of the community!

Ashish Pandey
1 year ago

how to get job in google as an android dev

Saurabh Hooda
1 year ago

@ashish-pandey Be a really good Android developer and then apply to Google.

Nandu Singh
1 year ago

Is this worth?

Saurabh Hooda
1 year ago

@nandu-singh this has the highest rating out of all the Android app development courses so it absolutely worth it.

N Yıldırım
1 year ago

@nandu-singh Absolutely! I also subscribed his other courses.

Jessica Smith
4 months ago

@nandu-singh Yes for sure !

Mohammedkashif
1 year ago

currently which programming language is best to get job plzz suggest me

Saurabh Hooda
1 year ago

@mohammedkashif any popular language, you pursue passionately will land you a job. It is not about which language but how much you know a language.

Rana Pratap
1 year ago

I am enrolled now but don't know what to do next ...is the other person(my buddy )already an android developer ...what to talk ....pls help

Saurabh Hooda
1 year ago

@rana-pratap your programming buddy would not be a pro developer. He/She would also be learning Android development.

Abdul Ghani
1 year ago

hi everyone

Saurabh Hooda
1 year ago

@abdul-ghani Hello, if you are looking to chat with other folks who are learning Android development then you can join our chat room here: https://hackr.io/tutorials/learn-android-development

Minakshi Sondule
5 months ago

This tutorial is very helpful for me

Jhosmar Parra
3 months ago

@minakshi-sondule did you find out the materials this year? some any url like github? i just can to see videos, there are more, like pdfs, code and more

Corbin Rogerson
1 year ago

Does anyone know a way to get access to the homework specs? It is secured behind the Stanford login. Does the professor describe the specs in the lectures, cause that would be great.

Ajmal Hasan
1 year ago

@corbin-rogerson the whole site is available on GitHub...

Meizano Ardhi Muhammad

@corbin-rogerson https://github.com/luongvo209/CS193A

Nikita Baronia
1 year ago

Is it free? I can't see video and tutorial?

Saurabh Hooda
1 year ago

@nikita-baronia yeah, it's free. You can click on 'Visit Tutorial' button above and have a look at the videos and the other details.