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Android Beginners

Course Description

Android App Development has become in the thing, and with Android offering an ideal platform to develop this kind of mobile application development, aspiring developers strive to make the best use of this platform. Android app development projects have assumed greater significance, and the prime reason that has influenced the popularity of this mobile app development comes through the form of benefits offered by Android platform. Android platform is based upon Linux, which in turn paves way for smooth accessibility to attain a robust development environment, where Android also makes it easy for the developer to gather information quickly and to provide information accurately.


Android Boot Camp Training Course is a hands-on training for designing and building mobile applications using Android open-source platform. This complete hands-on course encourages students to learn by building increasingly more sophisticated and meaningful mobile applications for Android.


Who Should Attend

• Computer programmers
• Students majoring in Computer Science
• Software engineer
• Mobile phone app developer

Total Hours



Dr. Sheng Yang
• Computer Science PhD at the University of Texas at Dallas. Master of Science at Tsinghua University
• Leading Instructor for T-mobile internal mobile training; have trained hundreds of android developers since 2009
• Over 10 years of IT experience in both small and global teams on many projects; specialized in web application development, he led the team to architect and develop multiple systems to achieve organization’s strategic goals.

Guest Speaker: Mr. Lawrence Wong
• Mobile software developer at T-mobile, with extensive knowledge of Android smart phones, tablets
• Lead Architect developer at MetaWave Group, early adapter of Android platform and Google AppEngine
• Organizer at East Bay GTUG; Co-Organizer at Silicon Valley Android Meetup

Course Content

 I. Concepts


 II. Generating signals


III. Manipulating signals


IV. Catching and ignoring signals


 V. Waiting for signals


VI. Handling signals


VII. Programming


VIII. Class exercises

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