I think the best approach would be to learn at least one OOP programming language first (Objective C for Apple, Java for Android, C# for Windows).
If you what to become a programmer, keep heading in that direction.
If you want to become an entrepreneur, learn about basic business management and in particular about the software business. Many people have had there hands burnt by not researching the industry first.
Don't be impatient, learn the game and you will find a lot of opportunities will present themselves.
Hi, has anyone tried the VSNomad Visual Studio extension (RedGate) that advertises the ability to use Visual Studio to create HTML5 apps for various mobile platforms? Specifically, any problems caused by installing this in Visual Studio?
I'm a masters degree student from Norway. For my thesis I have developed four Android 4.0 apps. These apps are similar to discussion forums. The apps have different design solutions, and I'm trying to find out which design is the best for making good discussions.
In order to do this, I was hoping some of you would want to try out one of the apps! Basically, I am planning to have a "test period" for about one week, where people can use the app for discussion. After this I have a quick survey with some questions relating to the application, and the discussion itself.
If you would like to participate, please let me know by sending an e-mail to email@example.com or leave your mail adress here so I can get back to you.
I am just new to Android Eclipse. I am getting an error like exceeded 65535 limit when I try to insert more than 500 entries which I hard coded in ContentProvider. So from my understanding, I have to split my class to 2 to avoid the error. However, when I try to run it, it is not capturing the second class I created. I used the same code with the 1st class. My question is, how do I insert the 2nd batch using ContentProvider. I just used the default methods autogenerated by eclipse. (extends ContentProvider). I am confused. Do not know where to continue.
For now, I'm interest in WP7 but since yesterday when Microsoft announce the WP8 , I need a little help:
when WP8 SDK and WIN RT release?
which resources can I use for developing applications on New WP?
You can't yet. Expect there to be an SDK rollout later in the summer for WP8. WinRT is currently available to develop for; just download and install the RC versions of W8 and VS2012 (but be aware that there may still be some changes before W8 goes live).
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