I wrote about the beginning of my journey here and now that I have graduated I have a few highlights to share.
I must confess though, the one challenge I faced was suffering mind block and fatigue whenever I tried to rush and do some of the units in one sitting without taking short breaks.
- Every project task is on something relevant that can be used in a real-life mobile application.
- The official Android libraries are well documented.
- Improving the UI of an Android application is simplified when one understands how best to use material design.
- The career support lesson helped me to edit my profile appropriately and improved my chances of getting selected when applying for jobs.
It was an exciting journey and I am glad I was able to achieve all the items on my checklist in mobile apps development. I am now looking into ways I can give back as a mentor.
Let me know on the comment section below if you have any helpful links I can use to apply as an Android Developer Mentor.
Thank you, Google! Thank you, Udacity!