On 6 March 2010 19:26, Braun Brelin <bbrelin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Personally, I'd rather hit my head against a wall repeatedly than have to
> program in Java.
Why's that? Programming in Java is so easy, you can do it after you've
hit your head against the wall repeatedly. In fact, I think the
original language designers hit *their* heads against the wall
repeatedly before scribbling on a napkin in a South San Francisco dive
> Additionally, can anyone recommend a good book for this subject? I went to
> the usual suspects (O Reilly), but the
> review of their book are pretty terrible. So, can anyone recommend an
> alternative book to use?
I got along fine with Google's developer sites. I imagine that if you
get stuck, this list would be quite helpful, as I know of at least
three Googlers who read the list pretty closely, and a couple others
who are certainly doing Android development, myself kinda included. :)
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