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naveenmeha

i need resources for learning android and java...can anyone help me

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  1. hbaldon
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    http://thenewboston.org/tutorials.php

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  2. maheen_khizar
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    i also need suggestions , how can i learn java n android fast ? within 1,2 weeks ?

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  3. HamzaBaig
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    So mainly resources fro app development? http://xamarin.com/monoforandroid?gclid=CJ2L1MDAvLECFUVc3wodNSgARQ

    • one year ago
  4. naveenmeha
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    i have found one site mr.maheen_khizar it may help www.java2s.com

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  5. jaskaran
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    try http://www.cs76.net harvard's extension school

    • one year ago
  6. maheen_khizar
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    thnx mr.naveenmeha

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  7. ktobah
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    Mr. Maheen_Khizar, I don't think that anyone can learn a new programming language in 1-2 weeks, but I hope a good luck for you.

    • one year ago
  8. maheen_khizar
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    thanks :-)

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  9. ktobah
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    You're welcome. And if you want a great tutorials about Java, I recommand this website : http://thenewboston.org/list.php?cat=31

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  10. xaadi1993
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    mr @maheen_khizar :P :P

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  11. ktobah
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    Haha I wanted to be polite lol

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  12. xaadi1993
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    @ktobah can i ask u something if u dont mind :D

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  13. ktobah
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    Yes, please

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  14. xaadi1993
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    if you learn to drive a car in 3 years perfectly with alot practice how much time will it take to switch other car? :P i think less then 2 days to get used to :D dont u think same is the case with programming languages :P dont mind just for sake of fun :P

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  15. maheen_khizar
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    yes mr @xaadi1993 :P

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  16. ktobah
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    Haha maybe yes, look if you learned Java as you said for 3 years then you wanted to switch to android, I'm sure you will not take 3 days or 3 months to learn it, (as you know android is based on Java), why you take more time ? In my point of view because there are a lot of new design and concepts , also new API, which you should learn and practice to adopt them with the right way. And maybe you are right haha, it's my point of view not a fact.

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  17. ktobah
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    By the way, I don't know how to drive lol

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  18. xaadi1993
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    its ammazing same here :P lol

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  19. ktobah
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    Well, we should stop making a mess here because it's a place where people will come to learn from this question maybe. So we should stop.

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  20. xaadi1993
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    yess sure :D

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  21. mominanisar
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    head first java is a very good book for learning java tutorials.

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  22. anilshinde
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    http://www.tutorialspoint.com/java/index.htm, http://www.esoftconnect.com/android

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