My name is Dwayne and i am new here but glad to be a part of the family.
I am a huge android fan and pretty soon i will be recommending some cool stuff to check out for android and even some helpful tips on how to build your own android apps. For now i just want to say HI to everyone
I switched from the iPhone to Samsung Captivate. I wanted to upgrade and learn more about android so came across this website. I am totally new to everything about android and even writing in forums. Hope to learn lots and meet great people!
My name is Dave. I work at a startup called Contactive, which is a Web 2.0 social media-based app for Android phones, currently in its early stages. As an avid Android user, I wanted to join the forum to meet a lot of you fine developer folks throughout the summer here!
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Ok, so here is the deal. I have no experience in programming, I am basically starting from scratch. I don't know any language whatsoever, and am hungry to learn programming.The main reason for this, is because i have a passion for mobile development, and want to learn to build android apps, software,etc, and hopefully become proficient.
I am a medical doctor by proffession and have absolutely no programming knowledge. I have always wanted to learn to program apps and have a lot of ideas for some. I was wondering if anyone knows a good web resource to learn how to program android applications. How long should it take me to learn the language and be able to develop intermediate applications?
After focusing primarily on iOS, our Sparkling Apps team is now moving to Android as well. We have started by porting our most popular apps, Voice Ask and Translator with Speech, and also created a port of a popular pilot app, 'Aeroweather'.
Recently, Apple has been rejecting some of our apps, mainly because they were deemed too similar to Siri.