Mobile Development Careers

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Mobile Development Careers

With a mobile app, a person can connect to a world of information and services at the touch of a screen.

With mobile developer skills, you could be a:

  • Mobile App Developer
  • iOS Developer
  • Android Developer
  • Mobile Software Developer
  • UI/UX Designer

Read on to find out more about some of these career paths. 

iOS Developer

As an entry-level iOS Developer, you'll be at home in the Xcode development environment, fluent in Swift and the fundamental iOS libraries, with a skillful and enthusiastic approach to tackling new libraries and frameworks. You are ready to architect and create apps from scratch. You are also prepared to join a team and contribute to a project with a significant existing code base.

Some skills of an iOS Developer:

Swift, IBOutlets & IBActions, Storyboarding, UIKit Fundamentals, Tables, Collections, Tabs, Navigation, NSURLSessions, JSON Parsing, MKMapViews, NSKeyedArchiver, Core Data, NSFetchRequestController
 

Guide to iOS Developer Jobs
Udacity

Udacity's guide to iOS Developer jobs covers different work paths, required education and skills, and more. 

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Swift Blog
Apple

iOS apps are written with Swift, Apple's own programming knowledge.

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Worldwide Developer (WWDC) Sessions
Apple

As an Apple developer, you'll want to know about the trends and challenges others like you are facing each day. Watch the 2015 WWDC sessions.

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Android Developer

 

You are a proficient (intermediate or mid-level) Android Developer, at home in Android Studio, rock solid in both platform fundamentals and best practices, versed in the principles of Material Design and positioned to grow into new APIs as Android evolves. You are ready to build new or contribute to immersive app experiences that feel native to platform. You are capable of applying any number of Google services as well as extending any core app experience to persist ubiquitously as the user changes environments.

Some skills of an Android developer:

Java, Android Platform Fundamentals (Activities, Intents, Content Providers, Services, Widgets, Accessibility), Android UI Fundamentals, Gradle Tasks, Groovy, Material Design Elements (Floating Action Button, Surfaces, RecyclerView, Shared Element Transitions), Android Wear/TV/Auto, Google Cast

Guide to Android Developer Jobs
Udacity

Udacity's guide covers different work paths, required education and skills, and other information you should know about Android Developer Jobs.

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Android Developers Blog
Google

Stay up to date on the world of Android on its official blog.

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Android Developers
Google

Get familiar with the official site for Android developers!

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