My name is Jeroen Waning. I'm wanting to become a mobile app developer, and I have some C++ and Java programming experience.
I hope to learn a lot here!
Thank you :)
on 11/06/2012 – Made popular on 11/06/2012
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I'm learning Java Program by watching the New Boston Beginners video series. I have gotten through all of them, and now have started the next series (Intermediate Java). These videos are great for getting down the basics, but it seems that as things get more advanced there is so much more to learn and I would like have other resources to learn from.
I have been coding in Core JAVA/Spring for the past three years. I want to learn a mobile technology for getting some extra money on the side. I own a MacBookPro. It is tempting to learn Objective C and start coding in Xcode. But given my JAVA background, would it be easier to learn android?
I feel people are more generous in spending money in iOS.