Over $500 worth of Android coding courses: Pay What You Want

Over $500 worth of Android coding courses: Pay What You Want
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The sheer volume of opportunities for skilled developers today are staggering. If you’re ready for a career upgrade or a strong addition to your skillset, TNW Deals is letting you pay what you want for five great coding courses in the Android Expert’s Coding Bundle.

Beginners are welcome with these video courses, which teach the fundamentals of programming before helping you take your first steps in Java, the native language of Android. You’ll move through the Android Studio IDE and learn about data types, methods, classes, inheritance, and arrays.

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After honing these skills with hands-on tasks, you can then move on to the key features of any great app — including the interface and Material Design, syncing with the cloud, and appropriate monetization. The final course teaches you how to reskin template apps.

More on each course:

  • Master Marshmallow App Development Using Java

Learn the Latest & Greatest Android Platform While Coding 10 Apps

  • Java Programming for Beginners

Master This Incredibly In-Demand Programming Language

  • Java Essentials for Android

Master the Language Behind Android Apps with a University Professor

  • Build Android Apps with the Marshmallow Studio Course

Create a Variety of Apps from Scratch w/ This Must-Know Tool

  • Learn to Reskin Android Apps for Fun & Profit

Make Mobile Apps Your Business with Only Minimum Investment!

In total, you’re choosing your own price for over $500 worth of excellent skill upgrades. You can pay whatever you like for two of the courses, but beat the average price paid, and you will unlock the full bundle.

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With the Pay What You Want bundles, you can help make the world a better place with a simple click. 10 percent of the profits from your purchase will go towards Project HOPE, a non-profit which delivers essential medicines and supplies, health expertise and medical training to respond to disaster, prevent disease, promote wellness and save lives around the globe.

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