Video courses, on polzovania what particular IDE, that's good. For a start it's a good start. For me personally, the principle of "better to read, than 100 times to see it." All because such explanations depends on which level of initial knowledge designed this course. Many of the things the lecturer is not are explained because they are obvious for experts, etc.
Better yet, the motto of "crispy to try once, than hundred times to read." And memorization is much faster, and the structure of all relationships emerges and already have questions to share, which in these materials may be unspecified.
landen_Kovac answered on October 3rd 19 at 03:19
I liked the Amateur courses from Bucky (TheNewBoston). For beginners most of that (not only Android)
PS: English is welcome, but basic knowledge is not hard to understand