Posts Tagged ‘android training’

Why Android Training Is Still Key To A Big Bucks Job

April 5th, 2013 Leave a comment
Why Android Training Is Still Key To A Big Bucks Job

“What is the most profitable training route for a programmer to take?” It’s a question that’s often asked of teachers and recruiters everywhere. New programmers (and often experienced ones looking to learn something new) are sometimes paralyzed by choice, and they’re looking for someone with experience in the field they’re branching into that can tell them what skill set will make them attractive to potential employers- or nudge existing employers to give them a raise or promotion. Naturally, you’ll often hear all sorts of suggestions put forward- everything from embedded programming to legacy compatibility and web development will be offered up… View full post »

Android Training: Classroom and Onsite vs Online

August 29th, 2011 Leave a comment
Android Training: Classroom and Onsite vs Online

In today’s digital world, virtual training for programming languages and platforms has become all the rage, and for seemingly good reason: programming doesn’t always demand physical interaction between teacher and student, and it doesn’t normally require any expensive and unusual equipment, meaning the student can engage in training from just about anywhere. The pros are, of course, obvious: no travel overhead, no brick-and-mortar presence, and fewer requirements on class sizes and times all equate to convenience and cost savings. What they sometimes lack, however, is crucial: Engagement and quality communication, both from the instructor and the students. Many virtual training schools (and… View full post »