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by EDUmobile » Fri, 27 Feb 2009 13:23:00 GMT


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Join Online Android Classes

by dushyEDU » Fri, 27 Feb 2009 21:24:53 GMT


 Hi Everyone,

Edumobile is offering online Android training for professionals. If
its something which sounds interesting and you would like to join or
like to check out please visit... http://EDUmobile.org 

The classes are taught as a combination of various online modules and
you get the ability to work on live industry projects, alongwith an
opportunity to be placed in top mobile gaming and mobile application
development software companies.

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libraries but they removed all the old sources of those libraries from
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I am pretty sure that the LGPL doesn't explicitly state that you can
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business schedule. They do say that they plan to make the project open
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I know that the Android team is hard at work and probably in crunch
mode but the LGPL is a license agreement and it should be followed
regardless of your other work obligations/schedules/timelines.

I look forward to seeing the sources for WebKit and JavaScriptCore
being posted promptly.

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