Have you ever wanted to create an Android app? Ever tried to self-learn but online tutorials were too situational, or too difficult? Looked into actual schools but tuition costs up in the tens of thousands?
Udacity offers courses on all different tech subjects, including iOS, web, and Ruby, but the Android program is being taught by the creators of Android, so you know the tutorials are proper.
Google has partnered with Udacity to teach Android development, and you'll only have to take out a mortgage for $0. If you've ever been curious about programming, now is the time to start. Just like Udacity’s other degree programs, students can watch all of the video content for free, but if they want to get a certificate and access to teaching assistants, they will have to pay a fee. However, if you hurry, the first 50 students to complete this course will get a free scholarship from Google for Udacity’s Android Developer Nanodegree course which is one of their Nanodegree Plus courses which guarantees a job at the end of it.
Find out more information and enroll at: https://www.udacity.com/google