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brian colliflower15,433 Points
Java app help
I have a question on an app I am building and I would rather not see it out there before I publish it. I was also I was wondering if there were any resources out there.I have realized the more I learn the less I know. I have taken Java 1 and 2 at college and there is no 3. I have taken both your apps I learned more during your apps sadly. anyway I took an online assessment and I bombed. So I am wondering will there be a third app java based or somewhere to learn what i need to get a job. and professionally what is most important to be good in this line of work.
Nitish Agarwal6,752 Points
I had been for a long time in the same situation. The best bet would be to keep developing basic apps and along the way reading android docs and the blog as it has so much of information available about usage of different features of android. The more you practice here the more it will get into your system to program in certain way. Use android design guidelines wherever possible. I have been doing the same thing. I get info about something from stack overflow then further research it thru android documentation.
Hope this helps.