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Developing apps is only the first step to success. After you’ve got a product available for consumers, you’ll need to know how to market and monetize your efforts. That’s why Google and Udacity are teaming up to offer the Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree.
Google says this Nanodegree will take four to seven month to complete, and covers design, prototyping, monetization and marketing of apps. The course was designed with input from Aaron Harris and Kevin Hale (partners at Y Combinator) and Nir Eyal (Product Hunt co-founder).
Like all Udacity courses, the content is available for free online. The Nanodegree program costs $200 per month, with 50 percent of your tuition refunded when you graduate.
Top graduates will also be invited to an event where they can pitch their product to venture capitalists at Google.
Enrollment for the Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree program opens today.
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