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Hassan Osman628 Points
i currently did my first course in java in order to build my android app
do i need the second couse which is java objectives in order to learn how to build my android app
Justin HornerTreehouse Guest Teacher
I would say it's not necessarily a must that you go through the rest of the Java courses before experimenting with Android. However, I believe the more Java experience you have the easier it will be to learn and understand Android development.
My advice is to continue learning Java before moving to Android development. It's always best to know as much as possible about the language the platform/framework is built on.