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How can I get my work in Android development noticed by prospective users?

I have developed several Android applications (one of which is released on the Google Play Store) but am having trouble acquiring new users. I am looking for ways to increase my user base without spending money on advertising, etc. #android #technology...

#programming

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Active May 16 at 13:16

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Posted by Terryn B.
Andreas Rossbacher | Software Engineer bei Airbnb You have to get the buzz going about it, so that ...

How should a student app developer get his first work?

Hi! My name is Paul and I'm a 16 year-old who is currently learning Android app development. I was looking at job postings in that field for future reference and I noticed that most employers want the developer to have at least two years of experience. My question is: how can I get two...

#development #programming #android #apps #software

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:17

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Posted by Paul W.
Pran Mukherjee | System Software Engineer at Akamai Technologies 1) Do internships or co-ops. 2) Write your own apps and ...

When creating a developer's portfolio, how many projects does it need?

Hi! My name is Paul and I'm a 16 year-old who is currently learning app development. I know one of the best ways to get hired in the future is to build a portfolio of completed projects that showcases my knowledge and experience. How much content do I need? How complicated should my apps be?...

#apps #android #programming #technology #software

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:17

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Posted by Paul W.
Charles M Hurd | Aspiring adviser to STEM teens. Explains clearly, exhorts ... Paul, Here's a few thoughts to consider about your portfolio. Show ...

What field should I work in?

I've always enjoyed working with computers, and I've found that tinkering with android phones is something I really enjoy doing. I love trying different custom operating systems and setting everything up efficiently. If these are the things I enjoy doing, what career choice is best for me? I've...

#mobile #operating-systems #engineering #computer #android #software

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Active May 16 at 19:23

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Posted by Joshua F.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Let me add another major to your list, information technology. However, ...

I'm thinking of learning how to develop mobile apps. Which is more valuable to companies iOS or Android? I

I can't decide which operating system to focus on. #software #software-development #software-engineer #android #ios #mobile...

#mobile-app

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Posted by Blessed Joshua G.
Brian Mayo | Director, Mobile Engineering and Architecture at Elsevier In my role and with my company, we staff both an ...

What is one important advice do you have for an aspiring Software Engineer like me?

I am a first year Computer Science major. Also, I am taking Udacity's Android Basics by Google. #engineer #computer #software #software-engineer #android...

#ios-development

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:37

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Posted by Blessed Joshua G.
Eric Willisson | Software Engineer at Google My one big piece of advice is: Work on personal projects ...

How difficult is it to transition from Android to Apple application development?

I have developed several Android and Amazon applications but am interested in releasing on the Apple Store as well. #android #apply #technology #programming #swift...

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Active Apr 04 at 20:48

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Posted by Terryn B.
Jack Pettrakool | Network Development Principal Engineer at Dell There is no direct answer on this. It depends on your ...

Any Tips for someone learning Mobile App Development? Specifically for Android

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:41

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Posted by Blessed Joshua G.
David Mosey | Helping Students "Get Real" About Their Future I just got some great advice from a very smart colleague ...

Is proficiency in Java enough to get you placed in good company?

I'm a graduate student(MS Computer Science) and I'm gonna be graduating in a year and a half and I wanted to know if there is any skill that I must have besides Java. I would like to know what are the other programming languages/skills that any employer can expect from a potential employee with...

#development #java #career #job-application #software-development #personal-development #career-details #computer-software #android #software

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Active Mar 19 at 08:43

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Posted by Thompson B.
Ollie Jones | Software Engineer at Glance Networks Proficiency in Java, huh? It's a great start. But, with respect, ...

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