Java Classes for Mobile App Development offered September 7th - 23rd, 2010, in Jacksonville, FL

A short course of evening classes is being offered in Java programming language, used for mobile phone application programs, and ending with how to write an application program in Java language for a smartphone.

Online PR News – 05-August-2010 – – JACKSONVILLE, FL, August 04, 2010 – Postracon presents “Getting Started in Mobile App Development”, a short series of classes to help creative minds interested in developing their own new mobile application programs for smartphones.

This course provides students with the basics of Java, a programming language used to write Android smartphone mobile applications. The course objective is to give each student the knowledge to be able to write Java programs and understand Java APIs, necessary to begin building and evolving applications for the popular Android smartphone platform.

Each class offers a different insight into Java programming for writing smartphone mobile applications, with the final class bringing it all together and teaching how to write an Android application program.

Course instructor, Timothy Eden, has over twelve years of experience in creating with Java language. Among his accomplishments, Timothy passed the Sun Certified Java Programmers test, has authored several articles on Java, and wrote the book “Active Server Pages in Plain English”

For convenience, the series of classes is being offered several evenings each week, starting September 7th. The course location, Christ Lutheran Church on San Jose Boulevard in Jacksonville, Florida is comfortably air conditioned and has WiFi connectivity. For a better learning experience, students are encouraged to bring their laptop to class.

An “Early Bird” signup discount is being offered.

For more information on this “Getting Started in Mobile App Development” course, and more about the course instructor, Timothy Eden, please visit the website.