The Google Android team responds to developer needs with new training courses for solving common app development quirks.
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Microsoft's Tom Rizzo has written a long post detailing that there is a tax on Google Apps because you need Postini, help desk support, Exchange to Google Apps Migrator and training.
SFWeekly is running a feature this week about how iPads may be a "quiet revolution" for the autistic community:Though scrolling through the icons is easy for most users, the device was not created with special-needs consumers in mind.So when Leo took it in his small hands as if it were an old friend, and, with almost no training, whizzed through its apps like a technology virtuoso, his mother gasped in amazement.
Having just made it through a successful rollout of Google Educational Apps, I was looking for interesting sites and easy training materials for teachers to ponder over the summer. Along comes @jkeltner on Twitter and points me towards two community-driven sites devoted to Google Apps, Education Edition.
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