Google Code University Gets Android/Python

Google has added Android development and Python programming to its Google Code University offerings.

“The content – developed by some of the best schools and professors around the US – is cutting edge. And since all of it is Creative Commons licensed, you can even download it and reuse it in your class,” says Google Education Program Manager Mary Radomile.

The Android Programming section includes submissions from industry and academia. So far, real-time systems is the only submission in there, and it comes with three lectures from North Carolina State University.

There are about six Python-related videos from various presenters.

By Chris Crum

Chris Crum is a staff writer and content coordinator for iEntry.

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