How To Be An Android Developer For FREE with Andela

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Andela, the Lagos-based tech hub has thrown open its Android Learning Community (ALC).

According to Andela, Andela’s Android Learning Community (ALC) is a way to kick-start your journey in as a Beginner or an Intermediate Android Developer through a powerful partnership with top tech companies such as Udacity and Google that have made Android Development courses available.

Andela was founded on a simple truth: Talent is equally distributed, but an opportunity is not. Andela is excited to partner with top technology companies like Google and Udacity to more equitably distribute opportunity to talented aspiring technologists across Nigeria.

There will be TWO independent tracks for the program:

The BEGINNER track is for candidates with little or no prior programming experience. They love technology, have a laptop, a smartphone (optional) and are willing to commit 10+ hours per week to learning how to develop Android Apps.

The INTERMEDIATE track is for people with at least 1-2 years prior Android development experience. These learners should be ready to raise their game in becoming a world-class developer. Also, 10+ hours per week commitment is required.

Please make sure to apply during the periods listed below:
BEGINNER TRACK: (30th January – 24th February 2017)
INTERMEDIATE TRACK: (30th January – 17th February 2017)

This may be seen as part of the Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg visit’s to Nigeria proceeds. Either way, we all can become Android application programmers in a few weeks from now.

So geeks, get your laptops, smartphones and get registered for the session.

Enroll HERE 🙂

Andela students at the Andela academy. Android learning community alc
Students at the Andela academy

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1 Comment

  1. Thanks for this info.

    P.S. I just read from their website that if you have graduated from the university you must have completed your NYSC before applying. I just want to know if this application is the same with the one on their website.

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