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How would be the learning curve for a person having good java experience?

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Guessing from what others had said, it should be easy!
 
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How would be the learning curve for a person having good java experience?



Learning Android is very easy, IMHO, if you have done Java GUI work before (Swing or SWT).

Learning Android should be reasonable if you have done Java before but not Java GUIs (e.g., JavaEE and AJAX Web front-ends).
 
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Thanks Mark. I donot have any experience in mobile development. May be I'll give a try.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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