I believe many of us are still working on the sixth and seventh sections, lets review the lessons provided at https://developer.android.com/courses/pathways/kotlin-fundamentals-five and https://developer.android.com/courses/pathways/kotlin-fundamentals-six about Activity and Fragment Lifecycles and App Architecture. We can also review what we've learned so far.
Have you missed previous sessions? Have you worked ahead? No worries! Join anyway! I am happy to assist anyone on whichever lesson they're currently working on, and I'm working through the lessons myself. This study jam is self-paced.
These events are open to all audiences, although having a basic introduction to object-oriented programming and basic knowledge of GitHub will be helpful, however, it is not required. I will be sharing resources and challenges each week from the 'Prior Programming Experience Track'. Those who complete all 10 lessons from https://developer.android.com/courses/kotlin-fundamentals/course can be awarded a certificate upon submitting a screenshot of the completion at the end of the course (instructions will be provided).
Everyone is welcome, this is a collaborative and supportive learning environment. Feel free to work at your own pace, or to jump in at any time. All events in this series will be offered virtual, although future events in this series may be streamed from an in-person venue for those who are interested in an in-person event starting later this summer.
Aims Community College/raywenderlich.com
I have been a hobbyist developer in Android and iOS for the past 9 years as well as a full-time computer science professor for Aims Community College in Colorado where I teach a certificate in mobile app development including Android and iOS platforms. I also teach courses in Python, Java, C++ and a certificate for development in the .NET platform utilizing C#. Prior to teaching, I was a full-time software engineer creating .NET applications in C# for a financial industry. I am also a writer and an organizer for the Google Developer Group of Northern Colorado. I enjoy attending the Google I/O conference as well as various Android meetups and conferences around the United States. In my spare time, I enjoy rollerblading, horseback riding and spending time with my teenage daughter and two dogs.