Android is the sole market leader in mobile development: 71% of devices run on this operating system. The salaries of mobile developers are as high as for any development specialists, and job offerings are equally high. You can start learning mobile development with a basis in any programming language, but preferably Java. So if you’re at the point where you already ‘know things’ about Java programming and think about your future specialization, you might want to give it a chance for Android development. With CodeGym, it’s easy, as we have a course, "Android app development for beginners": with mentorship and a bunch of practice to make you a job-ready specialist. The training for the second group starts on December 15. Wanna join? We’ve collected every piece of information about this course to help you decide.
The feedback from students of the pilot groupThe “Android app development” is a brand new course at CodeGym University, so we were interested in what students have to say about their training experience. Learn everything about it firsthand from CodeGym University students:
- "I wanted to get real programming skills": the story of Radoslaw
- "I’m hoping to make coding my profession": the story of Lauren
- "I enrolled in the course with a mentor to have a better training environment": the story of Krzysztof