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About the classes: Beginner Android development goes over the basics of configuring your IDE, importing and working with Google Play services for leader boards and achievements, and how to create a basic notepad application.
This course requires an Android phone and teaches mobile development.

Coffee shop
2210 Bank Street
Coffee shop
Tim Hortons
2495 Bank Street #19
By Skype
By Skype

Price per class (CAD $)
1 student: $20.00
2 students: $15.00∼
3+ students: $10.00∼
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Ottawa is not only Canada's capital but also a center of intense cultural life, including the country's most important museums and the largest festivals. Additionally, with two main universities, University of Ottawa and Carleton University, Ottawa's population is among the most educated in Canada.

Ottawa is Canada's largest bilingual city where both French and English are co-official languages. Although English and French are the most used languages, many thousands of immigrants speak other languages at home, including, most importantly, Arabic, Chinese, Spanish and Portuguese.

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