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The 6th Android Police book giveaway is now over, and we've picked the winners. A copy of Android Application Development For Dummies will be shipped to each of the following readers, selected by For Dummies and Android Police, who answered this question:

Why should we pick you to be one of the 3 winners?

bjn714:

I personally do not feel I am worthy of this, but I talked to a psychic and she channeled her energy through my DroidX with CM7 and tells me that I will soon have a Droid Bionic and the Bionic told her that I deserve to write applications for it. Since I do not subscribe to organized religion, I feel that a psychic prediction about the private philosophy of a future phone is about as close to a religious experience as I will get. I guess I have to believe it is true. She also informed me that the Bionic wants me to know that I am the chosen one. For what, it would not disclose, but it says I need to become an Android programmer to fulfill my destiny. Again, who am I to argue?

I guess it all comes down to whether or not you believe in the power of the Droid Bionic. If you grant me this book, I can fulfill the destiny as laid out by the mysterious and almighty Droid Bionic.

-sent from my iPhone4-

-I don't have an iPhone, really-

lamdroid:

Ill play the pity card.

Im a father of 3, my most recent child this yr having a genetic disorder that would require medical monitoring for the rest of her life.

Cant afford to make a middleclass income because there is no way I would ever afford the medical bills to even get her the minimum treatment she needs.

so aside from grinding out a lower class 35K salary, it would be great to make some xtr on the side via app development. Being a mild tech enthusiast, compulsively reading most things android nowadays w FB newsfeeds populating w 80% android, and G+ feeds @ 95%, customizing my OG w apps and tweaks to my specific personal preference, it would be great to develop my own app that i feel is missing from the market. Comfortable w electronics to easily understand almost anything but hardly ever enough time to dive into learning aside from providing for a family of 5, a DUMMIES book would be a great jumpstart to guide my learning.

I have two app i ideas i feel are pretty great that are missing right now, and Im sure once I get comfortable and more familiar w the structure of creating an app, more ideas will come. Im just compulsive that way to always thinking of a better alternative to be more effective.

Book please for this app developing dummy. ;'D

Chris langdon:

I would love to have this book because i am being diagnosed with muscular dystrophy. I have always been a hard labor guy. Unfortunately i will be wheel chair bound and stuck at home so this book would help me make money for my wife and kids. I love programming this would be a great chance for me to be successful despite my physical limitations.

Congratulations, guys - all of you will be contacted by For Dummies for your information and shipped a brand new copy of Android Application Development For Dummies.

Everyone else - keep participating to win more great Android development books!

Artem Russakovskii
Artem is a die-hard Android fan, passionate tech blogger, obsessive-compulsive editor, bug hunting programmer, and the founder of Android Police.
Most of the time, you will find Artem either hacking away at code or thinking of the next 15 blog posts.

  • sgtguthrie

    Damn, I could have played the "disabled vet card" but I didn't think it would get me anywhere...lol!

    Congratulations to the winners!

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