Over at XDA, they’re focused on development. Let’s face it without developers, of all ages and walks of life, there wouldn’t be XDA-Developer website. Through AdamOutler a XDA Elite Recognized Developer who has spearheaded a vast array of articles and XDA TV videos on Android Development, XDA has come a long, long way
However XDA Senior Member SferaDev has taken a different route to help users who would like to delve into the wonders of writing apps etc. for the Android OS. SferaDev approach is to teach users about Android, with a activity he’s calling “Learn Android in Android” (LAIA).
Learning how to program the Android OS can be daunting to those who would like to try their hand. So LAIA was born, it’s an Android app that has the feeling of, easy-learning, laid-back attitude, to help you grasp the basics of Android development in what will be eight chapters although only the first two have been completed. This will allow you to read/follow the tutorial from a phone or tablet although, having tried it on both the tablet is by far the better way to go. And just to put the icing on the cake he has made it open-sourced, allowing anyone to contribute. I could really see this developing into a Wiki style setup with the Senior Members at XDA adding their little bit.
Please visit SfereDev’s original thread for more information and if you can help, pm him. you never know you might like doing it.