File - This picture dated January 11, 2011 shows a screen image showing the Google logo in Washington, DC. AFP PHOTO/KAREN BLEIER
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Google will launch a boot camp, in partnership with computer programming school General Assembly, that is designed to boost the number of Android developers in the tech ecosystem, the company announced today.Tuition for the 12-week course in Android development, which was designed by Google's developer training team, is $13,500 .Google and General Assembly are luring students to the course with the promise of job placement opportunities.General Assembly has said in a statement that it will connect developers who finish the course with jobs in its hiring network, including data company Karma.
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