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I am going to begin Android Development.Can anyone tell me good references for beginning?.
 
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Aruna,

Keep an eye on the following link

Android Study Guide for Pro Android 3: How can I learn Android Quckly?


I will post an article and resources that aim to answer the following in an actionable form



3 years ago we were beginers too. How did we learn Android?

I am a beginer will this book help me to learn Android?

I am a beginer how can I use this book to learn Android?

what are my strategies to learn Android the quickest?

what are my prerequisites to learn Android?

what do I need to know first and what can I learn next on a real project?

what do I need to know to get a job in Android space?

Where can I get help and advice?



Thanks again
Satya
 
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