Then I launched the installed Android Studio and followed the steps for installing the SDK and accompanying software... This took a while.
We're going to build the "Sunshine" app in this course and I'll be only talking the highlights (which are meant to remove obstructions/induce motivation and to be taken along with the class videos, links to which I've provided in my previous post).
UPDATE: All of the course code for Sunshine can be found here, on the Udacity GitHub page. This is the second version of the Sunshine codebase for the course and it was released on February 13th 2015. A change log can be found here.
My GNOME days are sort of behind me but that doesn't mean I've stop writing!
I've regained my health and am back to rocking the world with my chilling products and learning experiences.
What I've been up to in silence besides my job has been updated on my github repositories: SPOJ (which is about Sport Programming and past hackathons' problems involving Data Structures and Algorithms solved by me, a work in progress) and TestPOI (which is a tool for generating Data sets for a test database by shuffling records in an excel spreadsheet using Apache POI). Check them out! ;)