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Droidcon London 2011 is coming soon and will feature the cream of the Android developer world.
The first day will be community led with a full day Barcamp and democamp, followed on the second day with the conference, with presentations from the world's experts in Android presenting on the latest applications and usage of the mobile platform. Get more info and book now here
Mark Murphy's Advanced Android for Busy Coders
Expand your Android programming horizons in this three-day intensive training event. Learn the ins-and-outs of many powerful Android subsystems, from integrating WebKit browsers into your application, through integrating with Android events, searches, and home screens. Upon completion of this Advanced Android for Busy Coders course, you will be able to construct a rich Android application, blending data from multiple data sources (Web, GPS, maps, contacts). Find out morehere
Multimobile Development with Matthew Baxter-Reynolds
In the ever-changing and consolidating mobile application software market, it’s commonplace to be tasked with the job of managing one application that runs on multiple platforms. So you’ve learned how to build your application for iOS or Android, now how do you switch gears and efficiently and correctly manage your development efforts for when you have to release applications that run on both. You’ll be looking at real, concrete examples of how to achieve multimobile success. All of the examples on this course are tailored to show you how to do real things that you need to know how to do – e.g. storing data persistently, talking to HTTP resources, working with XML, etc. To find out more, please go here
Matthew Baxter-Reynolds' jQuery Mobile
jQuery Mobile is an exciting new technology that promises to do for mobile Web application development what jQuery did for traditional Web application development. On this course you’ll learn how to do just that with real-world, practical examples of how to build applications for iPhone, iPad, Android phones, Android tables and even Windows Phone. Get more info here