O’Reilly Training is conducting a 6-week online course which will help you to get started developing Android Applications with Java. The following is the official description
This free 6-week online course will get you started developing Android Applications with Java. You’ll learn hands on how to build actual working apps with Eclipse and the Android SDK, as well as the ins and outs of Android’s features
This online course if free if you watch it live, otherwise you may have to purchase it. You can check out the schedule in the official course page.
I check out the agenda and it seems to cover most of the basic things that you need to learn to develop applications using the Android platform. If you are interested then you register for the course at the official course page.
Posted in Android/Java
Tagged Android/Java, Free, Java
Adobe has been trying hard to build an ecosystem around Flex, which is a collection of technologies for the development and deployment of cross-platform rich Internet applications based on the Adobe Flash platform.
In order to woo more developers to use Flex, they are giving away free copies of Adobe Flex Builder. In order to get these free copies you have be
- A student or a faculty or employed in an educational institution
- A developer who is unemployed due to layoff.
To get these free copies all you have to do is just fill out a form at this link (student, unemployed)
Additional free resources
Together with free copies they are also offering the following
If you ask me, I would say this is a smart move by Adobe to get more developers into the ecosystem.
If you are not eligible to get a free copy, then you can get the trial version of Adobe Flex Builder which can be used up to 60 days for free or buy it in retail for $249.
Posted in Web Programming
Tagged Adobe, Flex Builder, Free
The iPod specialists at iLounge have just released the Free iPod Book 2.0, an eBook chocked full of tips, tricks, and customizations for your iPod. It’s totally free and is available as two versions – Printable and wide screen and can be downloaded from iLounge.
It is a 194 page book with over 110 tips and tricks and is full of incredible iPod and iTunes information. If you are an iPod junkie like me, then you’ll definitely want to check this out.
Download it from iLounge
Posted in Apple/Mac/iDevices
Tagged Apple/Mac/iDevices, Free
If you are looking for some ASP.NET training or course, then there is some good news for you. Microsoft eLearning is offering 17 hours of hands-on ASP.NET training for free. (yes)
Here is the quote from the website
Are you looking to learn to create ASP.NET Web applications with Visual Studio.NET? If so now is your chance to get 17 hours of hands-on ASP.NET training for free from Microsoft Learning.
For a limited time only, Microsoft Learning is offering Developing Microsoft ASP.NET Web Applications with Visual Studio.NET, a 17-hour self-paced online training course, for free ($349.00 value).
I think the offer is valid for a short time only. So if you are interested then hurry up.
To Yuvi: Are you reading this..?
Posted in Certifications
Tagged ASP.NET, Free, Microsoft