Featured By Sheilah Birgen / July 19, 2013
Android and HTML5 Training with Intel
m:lab East Africa in partnership with Intel will be conducting a five week training on developing apps for Android and HTML5 platforms. The training will be held from the 5th August – 18th September 2013, at the m:lab East Africa training facility.
The training will include concepts of Product Ideation and User Experience to complement the developer’s programming skills for quality app development. After the initial class contact hours, trainers will provide additional coaching hours to support trainees in their class projects.
Developers enrolled in the training will be expected to develop at least one android application to be published in a global application store such as Samsung Apps or Google Play
To be selected as a successful applicant, one needs to have satisfied the following requirements:
- Proven experience in Android, Java, and basic HTML
- Must have at least one android application published on a global app store or available via a web address
- The training will cost Ksh 6,000 to be paid in cash on the first day prior to the commencement of the training. Half of this amount constitutes a refundable commitment fee.
Deadline for application submission is 28th July 2013.
Interested applicants must FILL THIS FORM.
Munyao Johnstone at 09:26:46AM Monday, July 22, 2013
This is a nice initiative, how do I enroll?Reply
Paul at 18:03:25PM Monday, July 22, 2013
What kind of developer training requires applicants to already be published developers with apps already in global apps stores? So what more is the training hoping to achieve… Please check your wording so that applicants know exactly what is required and what more they will achieve by paying for this training!Reply
Christy at 10:21:55AM Tuesday, July 23, 2013
I agree with Paul. Already have a published app?? Well that kinda beats the point of the training.Reply
Elvis at 15:37:57PM Tuesday, July 23, 2013
I have no experience in any of the above requirements except interest to learnReply
KOKO at 16:23:32PM Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Hope this initiative will be coming to Kampala. can we wait?Reply
Mwai at 18:04:09PM Tuesday, July 23, 2013
l’am a BSCIT student in jkuat, I dont meet all the requirement but I have intrestReply
Jimmy Fabrice at 20:30:31PM Tuesday, July 23, 2013
All that I master well is HTML, in Java am in medium….but i want to learn.Just let me try although i don’t have an app published….Reply
sheilah at 12:23:05PM Wednesday, July 24, 2013
sheilah at 13:08:20PM Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Paul and Christy, it is so because using the foundational knowledge they have on developing Android applications, the programme will focus on training developers on developing NATIVE android applications and/or porting native android applications for Intel Atom processor-based devices. That’s why the training requires an initial knowledge on developing android apps.Reply
sheilah at 13:57:02PM Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Elvis, it is unfortunate that we might not have you in this training because of that. However we hope to have introduction courses on HTML and Android in future.Reply
Paul at 01:22:34AM Thursday, July 25, 2013
Developers who already have published an app on a global store will be able to publish an app at the outcome of this training? Again, what is the point… Makes no sense.Reply
If you have already trained yourself to publish an app, you can train yourself to publish another app in whatever store that is required. This is a fraud.
Mariah at 11:22:09AM Thursday, July 25, 2013
I appreciate the fact that the training is affordable, but if I had an app published in an app store, I wouldn’t need the training. It this your way of locking eager learners out of this opportunity? If so, you have accomplished your goal.Reply
iPad Development courses at 11:00:27AM Friday, August 16, 2013
Hello there, You’ve done an excellent job. I’ll definitely digg it and individually suggest to my friends. I’m sure they’ll be benefited from this website.Reply
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