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Hello Bill and Chris:  I'm an intermediate Java Developer aspiring to improve my skills both from Core Java as well as many different Java Technologies such as the one presented by you in this book.  Hope this book will give my entry into developing Java Apps in Android environment.  How ardent of a Java developer should one be to use your book and become a Java-Android Developer?  Thanks and hope a response.
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Hello everyone. I'm happy to be here.

@srinivas: We make the assumption that you have some experience with Java going into the book so that we can focus on the Android platform. An intermediate java developer should have no problem working through the book. We make use of anonymous inner classes extensively and generics later on. Those are the two most complicated java features that I can think of from the book.
 
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