Android App Contest Winner

Android App Contest WinnerIn this video I announce the Android App Contest Winner! I received over 34 apps for this contest and they were awesome. Thank you 🙂

I decided to focus on the top 5 apps in this video which are available for download here : Fort King Math, Balance, Button Tap Challenge, Peg Board Game, and someone put all of my tutorials in one app! These were great! The winner gets a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and a Samsung Galaxy Gear Smart watch thanks to the wonderful people at Samsung.

Please tell me in the comments below what the last contest should be. I have 1 Samsung Galaxy Note 3 left to give away.

Feel free to give others an opportunity to win the next Samsung Galaxy Note 3

9 Responses to “Android App Contest Winner”

  1. Biff says:

    Derek, I thought you were going to have a short story contest. I wrote a cute Christmas story for kids I wanted to send in. Are you not having a contest for short stories?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Congrats winner 😉
    I had an idea for the next contest:
    Who makes the best tutorial for you? You choose something you want to learn and maybe someone can make a tutorial for it?

  3. Chiel says:

    Congrats winner;)
    I had an idea for the next contest:
    How about who makes the best tutorial for you? You choose something you want to learn and maybe someone can make a tutorial for it?

  4. mamad says:

    Hi Mr.Banas,How are you?
    i have one qus:
    did u learn your skills by uni or coleg or ….? or learning by yourself(books,video tutorials,…).any advise for programming lovers same as most popular prog lang?
    i know it but still is one qus 🙂 .
    thank u.

    • Derek Banas says:

      Hi,

      I went to college for electrical engineering. I learned to program both on my own and also through tutoring at companies I worked for.

      The languages you should learn is based off of what you want to do and your experience. If you have limited experience in programming learn Python first. If you learn it the rest of the languages will be easy to learn. If you want to do web development you need PHP and JavaScript. If you want to develop for Android learn Java. If you want to make iOS apps learn Objective C.

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