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  1. Visit the Android website at http://developer.android.com and look around. Check out the online Developer’s Guide and reference materials. Check out the Community tab and seriously consider signing up for the Android Beginners and Android Developers Google Groups.
  2. Visit the Eclipse website and look around. Check out the online documentation at http://www.eclipse.org/documentation/ (http://goo.gl/fc406). Eclipse is an open source project made freely available; check out the Contribute link (http://www.eclipse.org/contribute/) and consider how you might give back to this great project in some way—either by reporting bugs or doing one of the many other options suggested.
  3. Visit the Amazon Appstore Developer portal and look around. You can get started here: https://developer.amazon.com/welcome.html. While you’re at it, head over to Amazon Appstore Developer Blog at http://www.amazonappstoredev.com.
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