Google, Udacity Introduces Android Basics Nanodegree Program
Google is making Android development accessible and understandable to everyone. Google has partnered with Udacity to introduce “Android Basics Nanodegree by Google” program in India that will provide a guided path for new beginners to learn essential skills needed to build apps for Android.
This series of courses and services teaches how to build simple Android apps–even if you have little or no programming experience. The program will cost Rs. 9,800 per month and if the new developers complete the course before 12 months, they will get 50 percent fees refunded.
The “Android Basics Nanodegree by Google” is aimed at those with little or no programming experience and provides entry points into Java, web APIs (Application program interfaces) and will enable a beginner to be able to turn his idea into an actual app.
“Google, in partnership with Udacity, 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,” said Shanea King-Roberson, Program Manager at Google, in an official blog post.
By way of encouraging early sign-ups for the new Android Basics Nanodegree, Google is also promising to give the first 50 graduates scholarships to enroll in the more advanced “Android Developer Nanodegree” program.
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