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Learning Android

Learning Android

Marko Gargenta

Beijing • Cambridge • Farnham • Köln • Sebastopol • Tokyo

About the Author
Marko Gargenta is the founder and chief Android expert at Marakana, a training
company in San Francisco. Marko has developed Android Bootcamp and Android Internals courses, and has trained over 1,000 developers on four continents. His clients
include Qualcomm, Sony-Ericsson, Motorola, Sharp, Cisco, the US Department of
Defense, and many more. Marko frequently speaks on Android at technical conferences
and events, and is the founder of the San Francisco Android Users Group.

The animal on the cover of Learning Android is a Little Owl.
The Little Owl is part of the taxonomic family Strigdae, which is informally known as
“typical owl” or “true owl” (the other taxonomic family includes barn owls). True to
its name, the Little Owl is small, measuring between 23 and 27.5 centimeters in length.
It is native to the warmer areas of east Asia (particularly Korea), Europe, and North
Africa and has been introduced and naturalized in Great Britain and the South Island
of New Zealand.
The Little Owl is characterized by long legs and a round head with yellow eyes and
white eyebrows; the eyebrows are said to give the owl a serious expression. The most
widespread species, Athene noctua, is white and speckled brown on top and white-andbrown streaked on bottom. A species commonly found in the Middle East, A. n.
lilith, or the Syrian Little Owl, is a pale grayish-brown.
The sedentary Little Owl typically makes its home in open country, such as parkland
and farmland. It preys on amphibians, earthworms, insects, and even smaller mammals
and birds; despite its diminutive stature, the Little Owl is able to attack many game
birds. Unlike many of its true owl family members, the Little Owl is diurnal, or active
during the day, during which it often perches openly. Depending on the habitat, the
Little Owl builds nests in cliffs, rocks, holes in trees, river banks, and buildings. Little
Owls that live in areas with human activity tend to get used to people and may perch
in full view when humans are present.
The cover image is from Cassell’s Natural History. The cover font is Adobe ITC Garamond. The text font is Linotype Birka; the heading font is Adobe Myriad Condensed;
and the code font is LucasFont’s TheSansMonoCondensed.

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