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In the 21st century, embedded systems are the systems of future with cellular phones, smart-phones, tablets becoming the dominant platforms for computing and communication. The ubiquity of information and the associated need for the computation that accompanies it is driving this revolution only to be accelerated by the new paradigms such as the Internet-of-Things (IoT). These platforms are clearly very different in terms of their processing requirements which are very unique: real-time needs, high performance but at low energy, compact-code and data segments, and most importantly ever changing software stack. Such unique requirements have led to a complete redesign and reinvention of the both hardware and the software stack from ground up, for example, brand new processors such as ARM, DSPs, network processors were invented all the way up to new virtual machines such as Dalvik, new operating systems such as Android and new programming models and compiler optimizations.

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Udacity Free Closed [?]

At first it may seem strange to consider monetization before a game is even completed, and many developers leave this as an afterthought. But monetization should be built into the fabric of a game from the beginning, because a clearly defined and understood monetization strategy can have tremendous impact on design decisions made during the development process. This kind of forward-thinking approach is especially important in today’s highly competitive game market, and keeping monetization strategy front-of-mind throughout can be the difference between product success and failure. This course will teach you how to make your game stand out in a very crowded field, and encourage people to pay for game features that will define the ultimate success of your product. Currently, most game apps are free to play, and many users are looking for something simple and entertaining without the risk of making a purchase. We'll look at the most successful premium and freemium games, and discuss the most effective strategies for monetization. Our goal in this course is to teach students how to design games that produce sustainable revenue over the long-term.

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Udacity Free Closed [?]

ECMAScript 6, or ES6, has brought about a ton of changes to the JavaScript programming language. In this course, you'll explore those changes to learn about the latest features and improvements to the language including new keywords, arrow functions, the Class syntax, Promises, and so much more. Discover how much cleaner and more concise your JavaScript code can be!

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Udacity Free Closed [?] Android

In this course, you’ll learn how to grow an app's user base using Firebase Analytics, a free and unlimited analytics solution. You'll be able to learn who your users are and how they interact with your app. You can then use this information to make informed decisions to improve your app, such as how difficult to make a level in a game, where to place an advertisement, or what products to stock. We'll begin by covering the basics of digital analytics focusing on an app that is live in the App Store and Google Play Store as an example. You'll then explore the app's actual usage data using the Firebase console. After that, you'll learn how easy it is to add Firebase Analytics to an app and quickly gain insights. Finally, you'll learn how to use Firebase Crash Reporting, Firebase Remote Config, and Firebase Dynamic Links integrated with Firebase Analytics to improve your app and grow your user base. By the end of this course you'll have an app that records how users interact with it, and you'll know how use that data to improve performance. You'll have the foundation needed to apply Firebase Analytics to your own apps.

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Udacity Free Closed [?] IOS

In this course, you’ll learn how to grow an app's user base using Firebase Analytics, a free and unlimited analytics solution. You'll be able to learn who your users are and how they interact with your app. You can then use this information to make informed decisions to improve your app, such as how difficult to make a level in a game, where to place an advertisement, or what products to stock. We'll begin by covering the basics of digital analytics focusing on an app that is live in the App Store and Google Play Store as an example. You'll then explore the app's actual usage data using the Firebase console. After that, you'll learn how easy it is to add Firebase Analytics to an app and quickly gain insights. Finally, you'll learn how to use Firebase Crash Reporting, Firebase Remote Config, and Firebase Dynamic Links integrated with Firebase Analytics to improve your app and grow your user base. By the end of this course you'll have an app that records how users interact with it, and you'll know how use that data to improve performance. You'll have the foundation needed to apply Firebase Analytics to your own apps.

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Udacity Free Closed [?] Android

In this course, you’ll learn how to use Firebase. Firebase is a cloud backend, and one of the leading choices for Backend as a Service. It enables you to quickly get synchronized data up and running for multi-user apps. This is important because nearly every mobile app these days requires authentication and real-time data updates. We’ll begin by showing you how easy it is to read and write almost any data to Firebase. After that, we’ll teach you how to allow users to login and have data associated with them. We’ll then cover how to write queries and filters for your data. You’ll discover how to take advantage of Firebase's offline capabilities, and master efficient database design for lightning-fast data retrieval. Lastly, you’ll learn how to use Firebase’s Security and Rules language to secure and add permissions to your data. By the end of this course you will have an Android application that can store and share data between different users in real time as well as authenticate and authorize those users.

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Udacity Free Closed [?] Android

In this course, you’ll learn how to use Firebase from the experts at Google. Firebase is an app development platform that provides developers with a variety of tools and a scalable infrastructure so that you can quickly build high quality apps. In this course, you’ll build FriendlyChat, a realtime text and picture chat application. To start, you’ll see how easy it is to read and write data to Firebase. After that, you’ll learn how to let users login with their email or Google account. You’ll then learn how to use Firebase’s Security and Rules language to secure and add permissions to your data. In the second lesson, you’ll learn about Firebase Storage, which lets users upload content from their devices. Then you’ll have a brief overview of Firebase Analytics so you can analyze app usage data to make decision about your app. Following that, you’ll explore Firebase Notifications, which allow you to send notifications to customized segments of users. Finally, you’ll dive into Firebase Remote Config, which gives you the ability to tune and customize your app without having to publish a new version. By the end of this course you will have an Android application that can store and share data between different users in realtime as well as authenticate and authorize those users.

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Udacity Free Closed [?]

In this course, you’ll learn how to use Firebase from the experts at Google. Firebase is an app development platform that provides developers with a variety of tools and a scalable infrastructure so that you can quickly build high quality apps. In this course, you’ll build FriendlyChat, a realtime text and picture chat application. To start, you’ll see how easy it is to read and write data to Firebase. After that, you’ll learn how to let users login with their email or Google account. You’ll then learn how to use Firebase’s Security and Rules language to secure and add permissions to your data. In the second lesson, you’ll learn about Firebase Storage, which lets users upload content from their devices. Then you’ll have a brief overview of Firebase Analytics so you can analyze app usage data to make decision about your app. Following that, you’ll explore Firebase Notifications, which allow you to send notifications to customized segments of users. Finally, you’ll dive into Firebase Remote Config, which gives you the ability to tune and customize your app without having to publish a new version. By the end of this course you will have an Android application that can store and share data between different users in realtime as well as authenticate and authorize those users.

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Udacity Free Closed [?] Web Development

Learn how to build Single Page Applications in various Front End Frameworks! In this course, you'll learn how to create both an Angular application and an Ember app from scratch. As you work through the course, you'll learn key architectural design techniques that make frameworks incredibly powerful.

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Udacity Free Closed [?] Web Development

In this course you will learn the fundamentals of back-end web development! You will create your own web application that queries a database for items on restaurant menus and then dynamically generates complete menus in the form of web pages and API endpoints. You’ll start by learning how to interact with a database from a web application using an Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) layer. From there, you’ll learn how GET and POST requests translate to CRUD operations. You’ll then explore the Flask framework and the various ways in which it can speed up the development of your applications. Finally, you’ll develop your very own web application from the ground up using the iterative development process.

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Udacity Free Closed [?] Computer Sciences

When developing chips it is essential that they get verified thoroughly because it is very hard or impossible to fix them once they have been manufactured. In this class, you will learn how to program verification environments that verify chip functionality efficiently, as well as understand and leverage automation such as constrained random test generation and improve code reuse leveraging a standardized methodology.

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Udacity Free Closed [?] Non-Tech

In this course, you’ll learn how to pitch your business and secure the funding you’ll need to launch your new company. We’ll show you how to write clear, compelling, and targeted mission and vision statements, set quarterly and annual goals, and find mentors, co-founders, and contractors to provide help along the way. This will help you establish a strong foundation for your business and confidently pursue viable funding models, including bootstrapping, crowdsourcing, accelerators, incubators, and more. As the culmination of all of your hard work, you'll complete the course by developing your own unique pitch deck that you can use to secure investment, and launch your business. This course is part of our Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree Program, click [here to learn more](https://www.udacity.com/course/tech-entrepreneur-nanodegree--nd007).

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Udacity Free Closed [?]

This course covers the essentials of working with remote repositories. You'll be able to connect to a remote repository, get changes from a remote repository, and send changes to a remote repository. You'll also learn how to work collaboratively. You'll fork another developer's repository, make changes to it, and then send them a pull request. You'll also pick up some Git tips and tricks that make working with collaborators a breeze.

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Udacity Free Closed [?] Android

Where in the world are people using your app? Which activities do they use most? How do they navigate through your app? Take this course to learn how to add code to your mobile app to send usage data to Google Analytics, and get answers to questions like these. This course also covers how to use Google Tag Manager to send updated information to your app without needing to redeploy the APK, and to manage all your Google Analytics tags. **This course is part of the Google Play Services series, which features a variety of different Google APIs. Designed as standalone short courses, you can take any course on its own, or take them all!** * Google Location Services on Android * **Google Analytics for Android** [this course] * App Monetization with Display Advertising * Add Google Maps to your Android App

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Udacity Free Closed [?] Android

Vitally important for building the best possible mobile app, the Location and Context API allows your Android app behavior to change based on location. In this course, you’ll learn how to implement this with the Fused Location Provider, which gives you much more than simple GPS. You’ll also learn about Activity recognition, which allows you to tailor your app to what the user is doing. Finally, you’ll learn about Geofencing, and how location services work alongside geofences to allow you to build apps that could be used for augmented reality! **This course is part of the Google Play Services series, which features a variety of different Google APIs. Designed as standalone short courses, you can take any course on its own, or take them all!** * **Google Location Services on Android** [this course] * Google Analytics for Android * App Monetization with Display Advertising * Add Google Maps to your Android App

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Udacity Free Closed [?]

This course will introduce you to the content available through the Google Maps APIs. You’ll be walked through building a real-estate listings site step-by-step, using a beautifully styled Google map, data visualization, street view panoramas, and various nifty location related features such as calculating distance between locations, getting directions, and viewing places of interest data. You’ll also see other examples of Google Maps APIs in action, and understand how to put your new knowledge into practice by creating your own Project in the Google APIs Console.

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Udacity Free Closed [?] Android

Google offers APIs that allow you to access many of its popular services, including Location, Maps, Analytics, Advertising, Identity, and more. In this course, you’ll learn how to access these services, and build better apps!

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Udacity Free Closed [?] Android

This course explores how the Gradle build tool compiles and packages apps, and you'll learn to customize the build process. The first half of this course is for anyone interested in Gradle, build automation, and continuous delivery of software. The latter half of the course reveals the magic that happens after you hit the "Run" button in Android Studio. You'll also explore advanced Android topics, learning to configure free vs paid app flavors, create and integrate Android libraries, test your app, and prepare your app for the Play Store.

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Udacity Free Closed [?] IOS

Many times your apps need to run lengthy operations in the background, like downloading data, but you don't want these operations to interfere with your UI. Apple's GCD (long form: Grand Central Dispatch) framework allows you to create asynchronous apps for iOS, ensuring smooth a smooth user experience in situations like the one mentioned above.

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Udacity Free Closed [?] Georgia Tech Masters in CS

The course covers the basics of Memory Systems, File Systems, Multithreaded Programming, and Networking. Together these form a strong foundation from which the student can understand cutting edge research in the areas of Virtualization, Distributed Systems, and Internet-scale services in the GT *Advanced Operating Systems* sequence.

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