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    Default Contest closed - 5 copies of The Android Developers Cookbook

    We've got five copies of this great book, perfect for budding Android developers, to give away. Post in this thread before Midnight PST on Nov 4 and we'll pick the winners at random.

    Good luck!

    The random number generator hath spoken, and our winners are:

    Post #206 TXBlade
    Post #58 talbano1
    Post #120 GRRemlin
    Post #214 eyeknow
    Post #423 Maven454

    Winners -- check the email address you used to register for the site soon, I'll need some shipping info.

    Thanks everyone, be ready for the next giveaway!
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    Neat! I've just started learning Android development, I'm sure that would be a help.
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    I was, literally, just checking this out at a local Barnes & Noble. I may as well try to get it for free. Looked like a really nice book.

    Just a question to someone that already has it: how n00b friendly is it? I've been looking for a way to get into developing for a while but, frankly, I've been overwhelmed.
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    that is just what i was looking for so i can start developing and seeing what i can do
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    I've also been looking into getting into android development. This book would be a great way to start!
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    I've had the SDK and eclipse loaded on my computer since the day I got my N1. I've also got SL4A and am beta in AppInventor. I've been working through tutorials like a madman. A copy of this book would be a great help to me.
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    I am sooooo interested in winning this book. Thought a lot about starting to develop some apps.
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    Hope I win.
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    This is nice, I've recently become quite interested on android development.
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    OOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! I NEED that cookbook!! I've been wanting to get into developing recently, and couldn't find the resources I needed. I think THIS is what will help the most! I WILL have it, and I WILL create the app to TAKE OVER THE WORLD!!! (insert evil laugh here)
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    I've been writing shrinkwrap software for years; I'm getting my first Android phone this week, and of course I plan to start writing apps for it!
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    This book would be great to have, I hope I win.
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    Me wants!
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    Yes please.
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    totes magotes!
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    Me me me me!!!!! :d
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    I've been working on learning Android development to port some more great games to the best phone OS ever
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    Nice! I would seriously put this book to work! I've got a pretty large programming background, but have not been able to find good literature to get me started on Android. I plan on working on ROMS, apk edits, and even kernel work once i get in. I am humbled by the opportunity to get a copy of this book.

    Thanks!
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    Count me in.
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    Just started developing for android. The book would be a big help.
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    I'd love a copy!
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    I like to read anything and everything I can about Android, including development. I have just recently attempted my breaking into developing and this sounds like an awesome resource manual.
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    I'd love a copy. There are not a lot of decent Android books out there for developers, and this one looks like a good one.
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    Would love to pick this one up for free
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    I believe I can win...I believe I can win...I believe I can win...
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