I’ve been teaching Android at Facebook University for the last few weeks and having a ball! It’s been so inspiring to be around bright-eyed students who are hungry to learn about Android and helps dissipate any jaded feelings you have building up.
The program takes interns (generally from underrepresented groups) and teaches them how to Android for 3 weeks. After they learn from me (and Mike Wolfson in Seattle), they spend several weeks making their own app and compete for the best application.
I’ve been reflecting on my own career in Android and the community that makes it such a vibrant place to be. I created a list on the board to share with the students, but wanted to make it easier to join the community, so here you go!
- DevBytes, DesignBytes
- Google I/O 2017 Videos
- Udacity Android Course (Nanodegree)
- CasterIO (Intermediate/expert Android developer topics)
- GDG meetups, independent meetups (search Android in your city)
- Droidcon NYC, Droidcon SF, Droidcon London, Droidcon Berlin, Droidcon Global
- 360|AnDev, Chicago Roboto
- Google I/O
- ASG Conference List