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We updated the Advanced Android App Development course

Read the blog post here: https://goo.gl/i2Cm5j

Learn how to build funny, interesting, and engaging apps as you improve your Android dev skills. You'll dive into fragments with a mix-and match game, media players with a music quiz, and water a virtual garden with App Widgets. You'll learn to use libraries, leveraging Google's Mobile Vision API, make your app location aware with Geofences, and, finally, leverage Espresso to test it all.

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Advance your education with the Associate Android Developer (AAD) Certification by Google

The AAD Certification is intended for developers who can display typical skills of an entry-level Android developer. By earning the AAD Certification, developers can get recognized for their skills and advance their careers.

Learn more from this video here: https://goo.gl/KeuFJZ

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Introducing the Associate Android Developer Fast Track by Google | Udacity
Are you an aspiring #AndroidDeveloper? Would you like to prove your Android skills through certification by Google? Then definitely take a look at the new Associate Android Developer Fast Track from Google and Udacity!

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Updated and improved Developing Android Apps course from Google and +Udacity.

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Picture this: your app or website performing quickly and cheaply for billions of users. How? Build image optimization into your workflow: on Android, use Android Studio’s APK Analyzer to understand how your existing images affect your APK size.

On Web, the Chrome DevTools Network panel shows the total byte size for all resources, and can be used to ascertain weights for individual asset types such as images. (Firefox and other browsers offer similar testing tools). Use apps such as ImageOptim (https://imageoptim.com) to optimize images such as logos, gradients and backgrounds — and build image optimisation into your workflow with tools such as Imagemin (https://github.com/sindresorhus/gulp-imagemin, https://github.com/gruntjs/grunt-contrib-imagemin).

This is the first of five weekly posts we’re sharing on how to optimize images on Android and Web for billions of users. Check out our full lists of resources at g.co/dev/billions.

Udacity Responsive Images: https://www.udacity.com/course/responsive-images--ud882

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Join Android Basics #Nanodegree for a chance to win tuition:
Just added: 50 Android Developer scholarships! Time to get in the classroom and earn YOUR spot on the leaderboard:

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The Google Developer Training team won the "Most Influential Educator" award from Gradle for their collaboration on the Udacity "Gradle for Android and Java" course. Great job instructors Mark Vieira and Jeremy Silver!

Check out the free course here: goo.gl/0l3W29
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Introducing the Android Basics Nanodegree

Do you have an idea for an app but don’t have programming experience? In partnership with Udacity, Google is making Android development accessible and understandable to everyone, so that regardless of your background, you can learn to build apps that improve the lives of people around you.

The new Android Basics Nanodegree is a series of courses and projects that teach you how to build simple Android apps.

Access the free courses or enroll in the Nanodegree at https://www.udacity.com/nd803

#androidforall #AndroidDev

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Android Development Immersive @ General Assembly

Learn about General Assembly's Android Development Immersive, an instructor-led program built with Google Developers: https://goo.gl/7jP1YC

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Android Developer for Beginners Live Hangout

There are 1.4 billion Android users in the world, want to learn how to tap into this market? Then join us for a 90 minute live-streamed Android developer event on Feb 4 at 3 PM PDT from wherever you are! Katherine Kuan (Google senior developer advocate) Lyla Fujiwara (Udacity Course Developer) and Frank van Puffelen (Firebase engineer) will show you how to start developing on android, give you insider tips and answer your questions, Live! They will also show you how take android courses completely free of charge and how to get 1 on 1 help from android facilitators.

To learn more about this event go to: bit.ly/liveandroidhangout
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