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Seasoned Devs May See a Sweet Deal in Honeycomb

Seasoned Java or Android appdevs looking to create apps on Android 3.0, aka "Honeycomb," will probably find it relatively easy to get up and running. "If you're a Java developer, it's going to take you three to five days to get to the point where you can be dangerous enough to develop apps," Marko Gargenta, Android expert at Marakana told LinuxInsider. Application development on Honeycomb is "conceptually similar to development on the smartphone," Gargenta added. "For somebody who's familiar with Android, it may take him less than a day to get into all the intricacies."

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