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This course will take you about 35 minutes at most to complete. The course spans about 5 great lectures; no filler; all great value content!
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I recently graduated from college with a bachelor in Electrical and Computer Engineering. I work full time as a software engineer and am always working on my own projects during my free time.
I have been programming in Java throughout my college years and leisurely outside of work times. I use C sharp during my full time job. But outside of work, I primarily use Java. I have also been working in Android for a couple of years now. Java and Android are my two most favorite languages. I primarily love Android as a programming language because it also uses the Java programming language. In other words, applications are usually developed in the Java programming language using the Android Software Development Kit, but other development tools are available.
I recently started working on teaching others what I know through the medium of video tutorials. If you take a look at my various courses, you’ll see a combination of tutorials for numerous programming languages and frameworks. If you don’t see them yet, it’s because I am just starting and will be uploading more videos over time. I particularly love frameworks because we can leverage its tools to do our work more productively and we don’t have to re-invent the wheel or duplicate code by rewriting the same snippet of code every time.
I hope you learn something from my tutorials and I look forward to starting on producing more and more videos.