We are having an Android App Development class at Valencia starting in August (East campus).  It is COP 2660, and has a pre-requisite of COP2800 Java Programming, or permission of instructor.  There are some seats left, so I thought I would put it up here for the community - albeit a very quiet community :)

 

If you are interested in iOS programming, we are also having one of those on West campus with a few seats left.  You need to ahve any OO programming language to get into that one. 

 

Let me know if you have any questions about these.

 

Cheers,

Colin Archibald

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Hello Colin:  Thanks for the putting this up.   Do you have a link to the course or will you provide the name of the course and area it is under on the VCC site.  

Well, here's what I have:

COP 2660 Android App Development

CRN 17453

Thursday Nights 7:00-9:45PM  East Campus  (one meeting per week)

Aug 30 - Dec 13, 2012

 

Here is the catalog course description:  

Hands-on application development for Android devices. Android apps will be written in Java, and execute in an emulator. Topics include the application architecture, user interface, data persistence, graphics, multimedia, and location-based services. Advanced apps will communicate with device sensors including the accelerometer, microphone and camera. The business of app development is explored, including distributing and marketing in the Android Market. Owning an Android device is not required.

 

Did you guys do anything on NDK? Any chance of sharing your course material I would be interested in reading it. 

BTW it is awesome that they are doing this a Valencia!

Colin Archibald said:

Well, here's what I have:

COP 2660 Android App Development

CRN 17453

Thursday Nights 7:00-9:45PM  East Campus  (one meeting per week)

Aug 30 - Dec 13, 2012

 

Here is the catalog course description:  

Hands-on application development for Android devices. Android apps will be written in Java, and execute in an emulator. Topics include the application architecture, user interface, data persistence, graphics, multimedia, and location-based services. Advanced apps will communicate with device sensors including the accelerometer, microphone and camera. The business of app development is explored, including distributing and marketing in the Android Market. Owning an Android device is not required.

 

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