AFRICA ANDROID CHALLENGE

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AFRICA ANDROID CHALLENGE

The Africa Android Challenge is on! The object is to learn and share your software development expertise...and to compete with your best Android application. Please join us and participate. 

Location: Africa
Members: 3
Latest Activity: Mar 19, 2012

About the AFRICA ANDROID CHALLENGE

The Africa Android Challenge is all about the software development lifecycle. We'll go from concept to launch on each of the projects. The idea is to come up with a concept and develop it to completion.

We will share everything we learn. It's a great opportunity to learn about Android development and software development in general. You'll also build community by participating. 

This group has discussions in the Discussion Forum, an RSS feed (the "Reading List"), a place to post comments and you'll see individual pages here, too.  

Recognize Max Bonbhel, AfricaJUG and CongoJUG founder and coordinator in the photo above? That photo was taken at Google's Android headquarters during the JavaOne 2011 timeframe. 

Thanks to Google for providing Android phones and assistance with this contest.

Discussion Forum

AFRICA ANDROID CHALLENGE - SUBMISSIONS ARE IN!

Check out these cool submissions to the Africa Android Challenge:…Continue

Tags: moroccojug, senejug, jug-africa, codetown, android

Started by Michael Levin Mar 19, 2012.

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Hello I said what is the site for the challenge of africa androidContinue

Tags: develop, android

Started by Ngadjeu. Last reply by Michael Levin Dec 21, 2011.

The Africa Android Challenge - First meeting 1 Reply

Here are some notes from the first meeting about The Africa Android Challenge. That's SeneJUG co-founder and coordinator Lamine…Continue

Tags: max bonbhel, codetown, contest, lamine ba, africa

Started by Michael Levin. Last reply by Max Bonbhel Dec 8, 2011.

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