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Udacity Taps Into Demand for Self-Driving Cars With New Curriculum

As automakers, startups, and technology companies race to develop self-driving cars, demand is soaring for workers who can create the brains for these autonomous vehicles. 594 more words

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My arcade game's first version is finished

I finished my arcade game, well sort of. There are still so many things what I want to improve on it.

http://htmlpreview.github.io/?https://github.com/Amarillia/P3_Frogger/blob/master/index.html

It is working and meets the requirements but because my deadline is here in few weeks, I just sent it.

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I Officially Graduated from Udacity Android Basic Nanodegree

Today, finally, I got my Udacity Android Basic Nanodegree certificate. ¬†Because this is the Android Basics one, I don’t think the certificate would enough for finding a job. 55 more words

Android

My game, my Monday‚Äč and the fog

I am still here, still working on lots of things. The time goes really quickly. Nowadays, I am working more in my workplace so I am more tired but I think my Udacity projects are slowly but surely improving. 1,233 more words

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Udacity iOS Developer Nanodegree

I recently enrolled in the Udacity’s iOS Developer Nanodegree program. It’s a 270 hour program that’s developed by AT&T and Lyft that costs $199/month. According to the syllabus it looks like I’ll be making 4 apps and the final project will be my very own app that hopefully will get published in the app store. 81 more words

IOS Developer Nanodegree

Oregon Garden App by Paul F.J. Aranas

Hello readers, subscribers, and friends:

I just graduated from Udacity’s Android Developer Nanodegree program. This is a video of my Capstone App put to music. It does not show the GPS locator, which tracks the user’s movements through the garden. 7 more words

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