100 Questions and Answers to help you land your Dream Android Job: or to hire the right candidate!

· Enrique López Mañas
38 reviews

About this ebook

 There is a boom in the mobile applications market. It has been projected than 2015 more than a billion (with b) smartphones will be sold, twice as many as the number of personal computers . Mobile channels are increasing their revenues figures, with percentages over 100% being the norm and not the exception. Each business needs a mobile application, and therefore the demand of engineers, UX designers and QA testers is under huge demand. There is far more demand for jobs than offer, and the situation is even more optimistic for senior developers. 
"100 Questions and Answers to help you land your Dream Android Job" collects 100 questions and answers, divided in three levels, that the author has been summarising during several years both as an interviewer and as a candidate. 

If you are looking for a position as an Android developer, no matter how experience you are, or if you are looking to hire new members for your organisation, this book will provide you all the material you need to take the right decision and hire the right candidate!

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38 reviews
Adrian Otero Vila
July 29, 2015
Short and concise. However, it has some grammar mistakes and it could have covered more about the Android Framework. There is nothing about networking, theming, notifications, webviews, and many other little details (what happens when a user presses the home button vs back button for example). It includes a lot of Java stuff and that's always a good thing. Overall, very nice. Good job!
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Michael Vogt
July 15, 2015
The book release was perfectly timed for my junior Android interview today. I appreciated how the chapters are broken into junior, more experienced and senior dev categories. It's a quick read, which is great too. The information provided was helpful to me, and for the price, I can highly recommend it for other lesser experienced (and likely more experienced) developers.
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Adittyaa Nikhade
May 11, 2017
Good book to cover most of the android concepts. The book lacks examples for the concepts. It doesn't cover much of the java part. It should have covered a little part of data structures as well.. The book alone is not enough though you can refer it to summarise things!!
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About the author

Enrique is a Google Developer Expert, and  Freelance Mobile Engineer normally based in Munich, Germany (although is hard to catch him up there for more than a few weeks). He develops software and writes about it for money and fun. He spends his free time developing OpenSource code, writing articles, learning languages or taking photographies. He loves nature, beer, traveling, and talking about him in third person.

You can contact him on @eenriquelopez in Twitter, in +EnriqueLópezMañas in G+ and write him too eenriquelopez@gmail.com

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