James Steele was doing post-doctoral work in physics at MIT when he decided to join a startup in Silicon Valley. Fifteen years later and he continues to innovate, bringing research projects to production in both the consumer and mobile market. He actively presents and participates in various Silicon Valley new technology groups.
Nelson To has more than ten applications of his own in the Android Market. He also has worked on enterprise Android applications for Think Computer, Inc. (PayPhone),AOL (AIM), Stanford University (Education App), and Logitech (Google TV). He also assists in organizing the SiliconValley Android Meetup Community and teaches Android classes both in the Bay Area and China.
My instructor used this book in my class and I love the prewritten code. Makes devoping apps less cumbersome to write.Published 5 months ago by George A Sautner
Good list of sample code.
A lot of it can be found online, but more often than not, something is usually missing online. Read more
Writing an app is never simple, but this book makes Android apps easier to create and debug.
Well written and easy to follow.
This is a very useful book for developers. It contains a lot of examples and explains all popular themes. It has only one bad thing: schemes not scalable((Published 20 months ago by Andrey Bryukhanov
It is a good cookbook on Android. A must have for Android programmers.
You will probably need more than one book on Android, this one should be definitively be one of... Read more
This book has a lot of good working examples that will help those who already understand the basics of Android enhance their skills.Published on May 5, 2012 by Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath
This book offers many examples on how to program various basic and common tasks for the Android environment. I guess that's why it's called a "cookbook". Read morePublished on November 28, 2011 by David E. Powell
I was totally new in the Android world with a few background knowledge about Java programming, so I decided to read something interesting, so I pick up this one and I must say that... Read morePublished on October 26, 2011 by Pablo Martinez
#1 I've been in professional software development for almost 3 decades. Some of the books I have read have been better used for starting campfires than for learning development. Read morePublished on July 9, 2011 by Amazon Customer