This January, spend your weekends with the best programmers cum mentors at Coding Blocks. Here's presenting an exquisite line-up of courses for you to choose from and excel in, as new courses start January 28 onwards. We're offering programs on DS-Algo with C++, DS-Algo with Java, Web Development and Android App Development. We even have beginner level courses in C++ and Java, aimed at students just entering the world of programming. Contact your nearest centre for details. Registrations have started, enroll now!
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With all existing batches running to rave reviews and full capacity, Coding Blocks is back with scholarship tests for weekend batches of all our classroom courses starting January 28. Through these tests, students will be able to win scholarships amounting to up to a whopping 75% off the entire course fees. Both tests will be held on Sunday, January 14, 2018.
The Coders' Admission and Scholarship Test (CAST) is the test for admission to our foundation courses on C++ and Java for beginners. The test will include questions on basic mathematics and test the students logical and analytical abilities. It will be an online test and will be held on Coding Blocks'e-learning portal.
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The Advanced Program Admission (and Scholarship) Test (APAT) is the test for admission to our advanced and development courses - Algo++, Java Pro, Android App Development and Web Development. The test will include questions on basic programming and will be held on our own portal - Hacker Blocks.
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After successfully running classroom courses for over three years, Coding Blocks forayed into the world of online courses last summer. In a short span of time, we have already had successful batches of courses on C++, Web Development and Competitive Coding. This January, we're introducing a new online course in Android App Development, as well as restarting the C++ course.
This Republic Day, Coding Blocks brings to you Android App Development Online, the nation's best Android development course, now from the comfort of your homes. Join Arnav and Harshit as they take you through the exciting world of app development, through a comprehensive coverage of all concepts and techniques involved.
Use code HNY18 to avail an 18% festival discount for the new year 2018.
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After a very successful first outing, Coding Blocks is back with an online course on Data Structures and Algorithms using C++. Join our best C++ experts Prateek, Rajesh and Deepak, as they take you from being someone with little or no programming skills, and turn you into an expert in data structures and algorithms. 
Use code HNY2018 to avail an 18% festival discount for the new year 2018.
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The Socket.Io workshop was conducted by our in-house app development expert, Rishabh Khanna. It started with an introduction to Node.js, and covered the concepts of client server architecture, real time apps and why we need them. The workshop also covered a hands-on session on building a server using Express.js and making it real time using Socket.IO. It ended with a fully functional chat web app and a real-time music controller web app. 
The Python for Web Codelab was conducted by one of the country’s top web authorities on Python, Nikhil Kumar Singh aka Indian Pythonista. It was all about interacting with web using Python, from the basics all the way till sending mails using Python. Some of the topics that were covered were introduction to web APIs, working with GET and POST requests, downloading large files from web, web scraping, web automation and sending mails.
The Java API Development workshop was conducted by GSoCer and GSoC-GCI org-Admin for JBoss, Anuj Garg. The objective of the workshop was to get students started into web app development using Java. The workshop started with an introduction to dependency management and build tools such as Maven. Anuj explained the use of Spring Boot and Rest API development to make a small restful HTTP service and a to-do list using that service.
The Game Development Webinar was conducted by Prateek Narang, one of the Coding Blocks founding members and was held on the Coding Blocks YouTube channel. Meant for students with basic programming abilities, the webinar covered Javascript and HTML5 Canvas from the basics by building an exciting game. The webinar started with the basics and went on to explain CSS and ended with building a simple game.
In December, CB mentors Aayush Arora and Harshit Dwivedi were invited to the Google Developer Day India event by Google in Bangalore. The event had speakers from Google talking about various technologies like Android Web, AI and Machine Learning. The event lasted for two days with over thirty workshops, talks and codelabs featuring speakers like JP Souchak (Program Manager for Certification), Florina Muntenescu (Dev Advocate for Google), Lyla Fujiwara (Android Dev Advocate for Google) and Dan Galpin (Dev Advocate for Google)
Coding Blocks Greater Noida conducted a three-day workshop on Open Source development titled Winter of Code with JBoss Community. It was conducted by CB Mentor and GSoC/Google Code-In organization-admin for JBoss, Anuj Garg. The workshop was meant to get more students on to the open source bandwagon, by explaining to them the concepts and methodology of open source development. Students were also told the steps to approach a new server/client/CLI project, approaching open source organizations and applying for competitions. 
Coding Blocks proudly associated with IIT-Delhi as the training partner for EduCarnival 2017, an education fest for school and college students and teachers. As part of the fest, we conducted workshops on Android App Development, C++ Data Structures and Algorithms, Chatbots, Blockchain and Machine Learning. The workshops were conducted by our superbly experienced and skilled mentors such as Arnav Gupta, Prateek Narang, Ayush Chopra, Ankit Malik and Harshit Dwivedi. It was an extremely motivating and heartening event as we saw many young school students try and learn advanced level development, and excel at it.
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