Preparing for the Associate Android Developer certification exam, is not that hard, if you love handcrafting mobile applications. On the other hand, doing so while having a demanding full time job, an adorable four years old daughter and a lovely pregnant wife, is quite a thing!
After receiving a full scholarship for the Associate Android Developer Fast Track from Udacity, I devoted most of my free time implementing the course’s intriguing projects, that helped me renew and consolidate my knowledge on Android mobile application development, while seeking to get the most out of the reviewer’s comments and suggestions.
The most difficult task, though, was trying to find a whole day off, so that I would be able take the 24 hours certification exam. When I finally did it and it was a really satisfying experience that worth the whole effort!
So, you have a brand new Windows Phone Silverlight 8.1 application and you wish to publish an updated version with a lot of new features or not that many. And all these for a enterprise app distribution…
So, you have a brand new Windows Phone Silverlight 8.1 application and you wish to distribute it as a company app, like you were doing with “old-school” WP8 app. You think, it won’t be a great deal, just sign the XAP file with the XapSignTool, as you used to do in the past.
One app to rule them all? iOS, Android (and its offshoots), and Windows 8/Windows Phone are the big three, but app developers also build for Blackberry, Tizen, and others – all of these have their place and their supporters.(more…)