By the end of this track, you will be proficient in implementing industry-grade solutions to your android apps.
1. Install android studio beforehand. Click here for instructions on how to.
2. Go through the New to Programming sessions to jog your memory
Link to first session recording- https://youtu.be/k1ryTxIfaHA
Link to second session recording- https://youtu.be/ppEa_yBbKXk
3. Go through Kotlin Koans to learn the Kotlin vocabulary- https://play.kotlinlang.org/koans/overview (Just go through Introduction, Convention and Collections)
In this track, it is assumed that the attendees have prior knowledge of programming, or at least what is required to get started with Android development. If you are unsure, go through our previous sessions of New to Programming Android Study Jam given above. We will start with an explanation of the basic terminologies used in android development, and understand the structure of an android project. Then over the course of 3 sessions, we will be covering stuff in parts, with sufficient time between sessions to practice on your own.
Currently, we have three study jams planned, spanning between 11th December 2020 to 19th December 2020. This can be changed depending on circumstances
For every module of the track you complete, you will be getting a virtual badge on your profile. On completion of the whole track, you will be provided with a digital certificate. You can show both of these in your resume! We are also throwing in stickers which we will be shipping to you on completion of all the tracks! If you make a decent app, you will have the opportunity to publish it on playstore for free, with all due credits.
Join the #app-dev channel on NITR Devs slack here . You can join our whatsapp group here You can ask for any doubts and it will be cleared. You can also find more details about the Android Study Jam here.
Flutter developer since its beta, and an android developer. Exploring other stacks like Node js+ Express,Flask, Chrome Extensions, Google Cloud Platform, GPT2, and always looking for more.
In my college I am an active member of Developer Student Club NIT Rourkela, conducting workshops, providing resources, mentoring students, making and breaking stuff in the process. I have been contributing to Open source regularly since my first Hacktoberfest in 2017, and have successfully encouraged a handful of others to do so too.
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