Udacity Announcement – Android Developer Nanaodegree


Excited to share the announcement that I received from Udacity Founder and CEO Sebastian Thrun. I will sure take a look at the Android Nano Degree courses, it’s a goldmine of information on developing Mobility apps and solutions.

Hi Suraj,

Since we started Udacity, our goal has been to democratize education. We believe everyone should have the opportunity to reach their full potential, have their dream job and change their life.

Google has always been a wonderful and significant partner on this journey. And today, I’m excited to let you know that we’re taking our partnership to the next level.As was announced during Google I/O, Udacity has officially opened enrollment for a new Nanodegree: Android Developer.

With more than 1 billion active Android users worldwide and 1.5 million devices activated every day, Android development is one of the most promising areas for career opportunities. Even as I write this, there are tens of thousands of job openings for Android developers around the world.

That’s why we’ve been working with Google to create a brand new curriculum focused on developing for the Android platform. It’s a comprehensive set of courses, projects and a certification designed to prepare any qualified student to become a valued contributor in the Android ecosystem.

If you’re ready to transform your career, this Nanodegree is your opportunity to work on interesting projects, get expert feedback and cultivate the skills that companies—including Google—look for when hiring Android developers.

Check out the Nanodegree >>

Keep learning,

Sebastian Thrun
Founder & CEO @ Udacity

 

 

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