Kotlin for Android: Beginner to Advanced course

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Hello everyone,
I’m happy to announce that I’m creating a complete beginner course for Android Development. After completing this course, you will have expertise in how to build an Android application using Kotlin. After that, we will learn how to upload our application to the play store. Since we are learning the basics of Android development in this course, we will not cover advanced topics such as architectures and testing. I hope you will have a great time following this course. Please make sure you are following me on LinkedIn, Medium, Github, or Twitter.

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