Android developer nanodegree now available from Google and Udacity

Today at Google I/O, Senior Vice President of Products Sundar Pichai announced Udacity will now offer an Android developer nanodegree. While Udacity already offers classes on Android development, this is its first nanodegree program on the topic. The curriculum was developed by Google, and covers everything from basic fundamentals to Material Design implementation. Udacity says the degree takes six to nine months to complete at a cost of $200 per month. The nanodegree courses from Udacity teach basic skills with the aim of putting students in entry level positions. Nanodegree programs offer structured learning on topics like front end development or data analysis,…

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