Approved by the UW Department of Linguistics and Computer Science & Engineering
Web, Online, Summer 2013, Optional course takes place online
Instructor: Bryan Guy
W, 6/19 - 8/28, 2013, 6-9 p.m.
Cost: $969 | 3 CEUs
The course in the Android development series is an optional course and focuses on the business functions that allow a developer to bring an application to the appropriate audience. We cover the aspects of application versions and upgrade management, marketplace hosting, and monitoring tools for your application. We will look at the business costs associated with application hosting and ways to market your application.
You can enroll in this course on a space available basis even if you are not a certificate student. Please submit the following materials to apply. Please submit the following materials to apply for enrollment.
Courses taken when you are not a certificate student don't automatically count toward earning a certificate.
You will pay a course fee when you are notified of your eligibility to enroll.
Print, complete and submit an application for single-course enrollment and the other materials listed above.
Applicants receive written notification of their acceptance or non-acceptance into the course before the first class session.
Interested in earning the certificate? Go to the Certificate in Android Application Development.
Instructor Mike Maas discusses the hands-on experience you gain in the program, culminating in the development of your own app to release to the Android marketplace.
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