January 6th, 2012, 10:05 AM
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A headstart to a new, addicting, difficult career
Google the following to get yourself settup bud
ALOT TO LEARN
ALOT OF DANGERS TO BE AWARE OF AS WELL.
(Cough cough, bricking, cough...)
*your going to need linux for some development so i would suggest installing ubuntu on your development pc*
*Make sure its installed on both operating systems for development*
Learn how to use the following
*ADB (android debug bridge)
*Eclipse and sdk add-on
*identify binary xml and readable xml
*Themeing (learn .9.png .png photoshoping skills)
*android imagery (.img)
*android package developing
*Open source code
*be able to identify anderoid user interfaces (sense, blur, aosp, touchwiz)
Thats a good bases to start learning =)
Buy books! They help alot!
Alot of developers keep their knowledge to themselfs and more than likely will not help out a new developer...
There are several types of developers and the likely hood of you learning everything is slim so its always good to develop in teams and work together as 1.
"No matter how much mud slinging and flaming that happens, competent devs shouldn't be banned. That's straight-up bs."
- HTC ONE M8
- Galaxy Tab3
- HTC ONE M7
- Droid Razr
- Xperia U
- LG Ally
Last edited by Biotic; January 6th, 2012 at 10:07 AM.