Re: wannabe android developer...?
You don't have to be a professional to be a developer for Android applications. People do it in their spare time all the time, and if they make a successful app, that can sometimes be their primary income.
Not sure where you're looking for to go into a "junior position" because unless you're going to going to work for a company that develops applications, or one of the actual phone companies (HTC, Samsung, etc.), there won't be a "junior position" or "Sr position."
If you want to get more into developing, check out the Android website, and go through some of the tutorials. They have a basic, easy-to-use "building-block" type app-creator that is easy for beginners, or you can try and find a different IDE that you can do actual coding in.
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