Are you of the conviction that you can’t create mobile apps without a background in programming and coding? Think again, because the MIT Android Development Workshop is just around the corner, Sat, July 21, 2018. 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM, to be exact – and it’s the place you’ll learn to create apps for the Android platform.
Having trained over a thousand (1000) people within a period of two years, the workshop has made it possible for people with no previous coding experience to get on to the app development band wagon and create something meaningful.
At a cost of GHc20 as training fee, the topics to be treated include:
- Creating app developer accounts.
- App monetization (getting to make money from apps you’ve created).
- Job avenues and employment prospects of the Android developer.
The Android Development Workshop, which will be held at the Computer Science department of the University of Ghana, Legon, is open to students from the JHS, SHS, and tertiary levels, and also professionals, as well as anyone curious about mobile app development on the Android platform.
As stated at the onset, the only requirements are your training fee of GHc20, and your laptop to learn on.
The MIT App Inventor program was created by Google to assist people without programming background to create android apps, and currently, it’s being maintained by MIT.
Click here to register for the event.
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