Google has launched an App Entrepreneurship Course – Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree
There are so many apps now in marketplace that it has becoming difficult for an app developer to make money.
Also most of the apps have very poor quality and offers little value to mobile user.
Google has kept that in mind and in partnership with Udacity launched the Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree
It is a 4-7 Months course and enrollment closes October 26
To enroll – https://www.udacity.com/course/tech-entrepreneur-nanodegree–nd007
According to Google Blog – “As a developer, writing your app is important. But even more important is getting it into the hands of users. Ideally millions of users. To that end, you can now learn what it takes to design, validate, prototype, monetize, and market app ideas from the ground up and grow them into a scalable business with the new Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree”
Associated with the program are Geoffrey Moore, author of “Crossing the Chasm”, Pete Koomen, co-founder of Optimizely; Aaron Harris and Kevin Hale, Partners at Y-Combinator; Nir Eyal, author of the book “Hooked: How to build habit forming products” and co-founder of Product Hunt; Steve Chen, Co-Founder of YouTube, and many more.
All of the content of the nanodegree course is available online for free at udacity.com/google. The Tech Entrepreneur offering will consist of the following courses – Product Design, Prototyping, Monetization, App Marketing
Also at the end of course you can pitch your ideas in front of Venture Capitalists.
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