A Semi-Charmed Life: Mike's Journey

Learning things from scratch ...

Saturday, April 25, 2009

My Android Books.... so far

Ok it was when i g first ordered a book at Amazon and find Reto Meier's "Professional Android Development, i got to read this but not on a regular basis since im still doing alot of things but i get to squeeze it late at night and when riding on a shuttle to go to work sometimes

"Hello Android" by Ed Burnette is also the an option for me to buy but when i accidentally found the JavaRanch Android Thread i posted topic and answered some questions regarding Android , that i have no idea that there is an Book Promotion going ... and i had selected to be one of the winners lucky me! So im still not reading Hello Android but as soon as i need something on Graphics i heard this book is something for me to look at. 

As my reading goes first come first serve so i will finish the first book i had and then moved to the next one... need to learn to grow on this great Tech!

thanks Ed Burnette and Reto Meier for such a great book in this great mobile platform


  • At 9:53 PM , Blogger Steve O said...

    These are both good books. The project in Hello, Android is a lot of fun (it's a Sudoku puzzle). I like how Ed uses the same project throughout most of the book because it makes a lot of sense to me that way. You keep adding and building to the same app and by the end it's really got a lot of good stuff in it. Good luck!


  • At 10:24 PM , Blogger Michael Angelo said...

    Thanks Steve , currently i made the first few codes for that example but i think i wanted to finish Reto's book first, right now im almost jobless and going to read those 2 eheh, and hopefully get a job doing Android development, thanks for dropping by again!

  • At 12:24 PM , Anonymous Chetan said...

    Hi , Thanks for sharing this books reviews with us.

  • At 12:41 PM , Blogger Michael Angelo said...

    actually i haven't given any reviews since im not yet done reading with them soon ill post it after im done hehe


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