I don’t think I’ve linked to this before:
This is not a Google technologies course – or not exclusively Google technologies, at any rate. For example, the material on Push Notifications links to Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) API references.
Ellen Hendriksen explains how to beat social anxiety in her new book, How to Be Yourself: Quiet Your Inner Critic and Rise Above Social Anxiety
Well, this looks interesting: Google Mobile Web Specialist Certification
Certification has gotten a bad rap at times, but I think there’s still value in pursuing certification. There’s no substitute for on-the-job experience with technologies, of course, but the curriculum and certification gives one an idea of the skills and knowledge needed in a subject.
Google Codelabs are small projects that provide hands-on experience with various parts of the Google Cloud and other technologies. Some of them look a bit obscure (well, compared to my interests), but a few look like must-sees, like Your First Progressive Web App or YouTube in Your App.
Speaking of Google Cloud certification, here’s a new (today!) blog post: Google Cloud introduces new certifications and training to address the cloud skills crisis
In my role as tech support for Google Maps APIs, I’ve become interested in Android development.
Here are some links I’ve found and want to save: