Daily Deal: The Professional Android Developer Bundle

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The $29 Professional Android Developer Bundle includes 5 courses designed to help you create interactive apps from scratch. You will learn the fundamentals of operating systems and you’ll dive into Java, one of the most universally used programming languages, and build a strong foundation in Object-Oriented Programming. The courses also cover JavaScript and the essentials of building apps in the Android operating system.

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whatever says:

fucking popups

Clicked on the link to the store because I’m genuinely interested in learning Android programming and the price/pitch sounded good. Within seconds, my reading was interrupted by the whole page being dimmed and a ‘sign up for our newsletter’ popup. I immediately clicked back.

This shit is the reason I browse with JS disabled on other sites. I generally like Tech Dirt but please stop with the jarring popups. They’re infuriating and this one just cost you a sale…

franklin080711 (profile) says:

thats is amazing fact

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