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In essence my best method of learning is by doing and from doing I learn. Let's take the whole android thing. In September 2011 I saw that on of the schools in my neighborhood gave classes about android development. I thought that was interesting and I subscribed. The class was going to be for a beginner level, which I don't really mind because I was willing to learn.
Forget about those crazy Mayans and their stupid calendar, 2012 is here to stay! Is your new year's resolution to learn how to code? I have some good news for you, if you don't know how to code but would like to learn, there is help on the way. There is…
Someone posted an Ada Lovelace day message in our forum. Here is what it said This Ada Lovelace Day on October 7, share your story about a woman — whether an engineer, a scientist, a technologist or mathematician — who has inspired you to become who…