Educational Technology

October 27, 2015

Google, Udacity Team Up to Offer Training For Tech Entrepreneurs

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By Jaikumar Vijayan, eWeek

The four- to seven-month Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree program is geared toward helping developers learn how to take their apps from design to market. Google has launched its new short-duration Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree program that is designed to help software developers learn how to take their app ideas from the design stage to market. Google’s mini degree program, designed in collaboration with online course provider Udacity, takes four to seven months to complete with a minimum commitment of 10 hours per week. Students who finish the course successfully will receive certification from Google and Udacity while top-place finishers will have an opportunity to pitch their product to venture capitalists at Google.

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