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Monday, October 26, 2015

Developer Boot Camp

Google and General Assembly Launch Developer Boot Camp, Promising Jobs for Graduates

The 12-week course, held at computer programming school General Assembly, plans to put newly minted Android developers in positions at VICE Media and Karma.

Sarah Grant | October 22, 2015

[Blogger's note: The course costs $13,500 according to the posts below.]
Google will launch a boot camp, in partnership with computer programming school General Assembly, that is designed to boost the number of Android developers in the tech ecosystem, General Assembly announced today.

Students at Dev Bootcamp in San Francisco, one of the dozens of schools that have sprung up nationwide to teach computer code. (October 13, 2014) Source:
"Android is growing, and because there aren’t nearly enough developers trained for that system, it's causing a bottleneck for the platform," said General Assembly co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Jake Schwartz. Tuition for the 12-week course in Android development, which was designed by Google's developer training team, is $13,500. It is the first time Google has co-developed in-person classroom training for one of its products, Schwartz said.

<more at; related links: (General Assembly. KEEP LEARNING. Master new skills in design, marketing, technology, and data — online or at our campuses around the world) and (Google is designing a crash course in how to be an Android developer — and it'll cost $13,500 to take it. October 22, 2015)>

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