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Google and Udacity now have a VR Developer Nanodegree!

Get a crash course in VR development. Google's relationship with Udacity over the last year has led to several fantastic Android developer Nanodegree programs, and today the two companies have announced a new direction for their partnership. Anyone looking to get a quick, meaningful education in the world of VR development can sign up for the new Virtual Reality Developer Nanodegree program available starting today.
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