High School Student Prepares for the Future with Treehouse

Caroline is a high school student preparing for her future by using Treehouse to get ahead of the game. by Caroline Clifford printf(“Hello World! I’m Caroline Clifford and I’m a high school student on Treehouse.\n”); As a committed dancer and …Continue reading

The Beginner’s Guide to Objective-C: Language and Variables

Perhaps my own experience with the Objective-C programming language will sound familiar to you. I grew up in a world of dots, semicolons, and curly braces that are known around the programming world as the familiar syntax of JavaScript, Java, C#, and …Continue reading

Java Basics for Android Development – Part 2

Being a good Android developer means being good with Java, though not necessarily a good Java developer. That might sound weird, but it’s true. The architecture of Java apps is very different from Android apps, but the language is the …Continue reading

Java Basics for Android Development – Part 1

There are a number of ways to create apps for Android devices, but the recommended method for most developers is to write native apps using Java and the Android SDK. Java for Android apps is both similar and quite different …Continue reading

Why Developing Apps for Android is Fun

One person’s idea of fun isn’t always fun for someone else, but some things are pretty universal. Listening to music and podcasts, reading, playing games, exploring (hiking, biking, or driving), and watching videos (YouTube clips or epic feature films) are just …Continue reading