Our main trainer, Adrian Mikeliunas, gave three presentations on the benefits of Android to a full audience this week!
Android Development for Fun and Profit
November 29th, 2012 – 11am – 11:55am (55m)
This session will give attendees an overview of what they need to do in order to get started as Android developers. Even if you are a web developer you can build apps for Android! From zero programming effort to programming right on your Android device using AIDE. It will cover the tools and skills needed, as well as providing an overview of the different Android OS versions, and the market-share of each platform and OS combination. It will also give an introduction to the many app stores besides Amazon and Google available for selling applications for the Android platform.
Java Essentials for Android
November 29th, 2012 – 2pm – 2:55pm (55m)
This session focuses on Java concepts that you will need in order to develop Android apps. It will serve as an overview of the fundamentals of the Java programming language, and compare and contrast it with other C-like languages like C, C++, C#, and Objective C. Also covered are the best sources for templates and libraries to speed up your learning curve!
Publishing your Android application
November 29th, 2012 – 3pm – 3:55pm (55m)
This session will build on the overview of the Android marketplace from the “Getting started” session. It will provide a more detailed look at the different Android markets, their commissions and alternative revenue sources. We will review the top 5 app stores and their requirements for publishing Android applications.
Adrian Mikeliunas (Consultant at Task Mobile Solutions LLC)
Adrian Mikeliunas is an internationally acclaimed speaker, computer consultant, and an expert trainer. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), and a Certified Linux Professional and Instructor (CLP). For the past 25 years, Adrian’s broad computer systems experience includes serving as a project leader, security engineer, systems analyst, database designer, programmer, and a technical instructor. He has extensive experience with personal computers, mainframes, LANs and WANs. He shares his knowledge through the classes he teaches, including: Android, Linux, and MS Windows.