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It sounds like you're asking "what GIS subject matter theory should I learn?" and "how can I go about applying it?" The needs of a Telecom will appeal to various niche-applications of GIS. So you should approach learning the concepts and jargon of the relevant niches (i.e. gaining Subject Matter Expertise), then once you get the concepts (many of which you ...
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To answer this question in a definitive manner I think you need to focus on exactly what field of mobile GIS development you are interested in pursuing. Based on your current job title, are you interested in developing applications that are primarily geared towards implementing GIS in the field, i.e. data collection, GPS tracking, etc? Or a different field, ...
Since you're already taking java classes, I'd look at the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android, which borrows heavily from java and provides packages that support easy consumption of ArcGIS Server. Still, as others have mentioned, it is worth reviewing the native vs HTML5 debate.
1- Here is a link to several courses (undergraduate and graduate) of GIS, Cartography and Remote Sensing which are offered by the Oregon State University (OSU) in U.S.A. 2- Another option are the approximately 90 free online courses offered by ESRI to manage their software ArcGis. Some of them include exercises to do. Here is a link that shows how to attend ...
Disclaimer: I don't know much about telecom, but I've just been through a geography/GIS program oriented on ArcGIS, and am in the process of rounding out my skillset. On the cartography side of things it becomes very important to have a large volume of small assignments and brutally honest human critique to improve your skills, in addition to a basic ...
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