Don't take comments to personally ;) You'd be amazed ... your group texting app doesn't make my screen resolution any higher. 1-star. App sucks. That's the kind of feedback that can be found pretty easily. Oh, and that's all the same comment. Not verbatim, but you'll get dinged for things your app doesn't do nor does it claim to do.
Satya Komatineni wrote:
Just to humor, I don't take any certifications because I am quie afraid I will fail in most of them.
It's not just with the job market in mind... but in my experience, studying with a certification in mind helps fill up the gaps in knowledge which come from learning just on-the-job.... where one ends up knowing deeply about certain aspects of platform - required for that project & little about others. Also, it would help hiring manager make a more informed decision.
Yes, I do have an app in market. Some good, some bad comments (to be honest bad ones are justified , I just haven't had time to go back & release version 2).
Hoping Google comes up with an Android certification program...
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
I doubt it. Google doesn't seem a company that values certifications much, so it wouldn't make sense for them to administer one themselves.