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[Deal] Packt Publishing’s Android Week starts today bringing deep discounts and free titles all week

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Are you someone who is interested in learning to code Android apps? Maybe you already know a decent amount, but could you maybe use a little bit of brushing up or some more advanced material? Well then all week long Packt Publishing has the deal for you! In honor of Android Week Packt has a plethora of Android development titles for free, and even more at a nice 50% discount.

If you are unfamiliar with Packt publishing, let me get you caught up. They are a Birmingham, UK based company that is committed to bringing effective learning information to people who are interested in learning, and continuing to learn how, to code software. They have all sorts of material across multiple software platforms- Android, Windows, iOS -to fit everyones needs and wants. They are an awesome company with a lot of great content.

Whether or not you are brand new to the world of Android development, or have been developing software for years, Packt publishing has something for you, and this week it is cheaper than ever! So head on over to the source link below and check out what deals Packt Publishing has to offer during Android Week!

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About the Author: Ryan Rabea

Born and raised right outside of Philadelphia, Ryan recently defected to the west, now residing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh studying political science. Ryan loves all things political, with aspirations to attend law school in the Fall, followed by a career in the world of politics. When not debating politics or hunkered down studying in the Cathedral of Learning, you can find Ryan having an epic catch or wandering God’s country, Pittsburgh’s South Side. In addition to politics, Ryan has loved Android ever since getting his first Android phone, the HTC EVO 4G, almost 6 years ago. Currently though, Ryan sports a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, but he can hear that Nexus 6P calling his name.