Tim Buchalka

Author Archives: Tim Buchalka

I am an Android app and games developer, and teacher with 30 years of development experience! And I reveal all my knowledge and secrets in my courses! I spent years as a contract software developer working for government departments, and large prestigious companies like Saab, Mitsubishi, and Fujitsu (to name just a few) in a developer/team lead developer capacity. I am skilled in many development languages including Java, C++, C#, and Objective-C to name a few. For the past 10 years I have been self employed, and now focus exclusively on teaching others how to develop apps for an Android platform and other related technologies (like Java for instance). Over 53,000 students have taken my courses and loved them. Click here to view Tim Buchalka’s courses (current and coming soon ones).

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Amazing Selling Machine Review

UPDATED FOR OCTOBER 2013 It’s not often I get impressed with an Internet Marketing product. Unfortunately most products are disappointing for various reasons. Common ones include no long term strategies involved, old concepts that no longer work, dubious techniques that never worked at all, a clear case of “money first and customers second” to name […]

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Free Course Teaching You IOS Programming

If you are a programmer looking to learn objective-C for IOS, then you can not go wrong looking at this free course available on iTunes-U from Stanford University. Can’t say I have been through the lot yet, but it is very comprehensive and covers some of the major hurdles you will face with getting starting […]

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Artificial Likes Are Going Bye Bye On Facebook

About time if you ask me, but it seems facebook are finally cracking down on spammers and other undesirables using “insincere” likes AKA fake ones. If people buying likes or doing this type of stuff actually spent time doing the rights things they would be actually achieving better results and not be at the mercy […]

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Gmail Content To Appear In Your Search Results

Wow, this one is interesting, what do you think?   Google has been all about adding extra stuff to google search results for some time. Just think of Google plus profiles, videos images, to name just a few.  But now they are actually experimenting with including your gmail emails in your search engine results. GMail […]

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Organic SERP Entries Beats Paid Ones 94% TO 6%

Filed in the “I am not at all surprised by this” department, it looks like organic entries are beating out paid entires in the SERP’s by a huge factor. How many ads do you click? For me, virtually none (I am in the 94% percent). The other interesting thing? 68% of searchers clicked one of […]

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