Coding Blocks
Coding Blocks February Newsletter
Off Campus Hiring Event at Coding Blocks Dwarka
In last 2 weeks, Coding Blocks organized off-campus hiring where more than 100 students appeared for placement/internship process with Nagarro Software and 10 start-ups including Innov8 Coworking CP, Oswald Foundation, JetSetGo, MyOperator, IndiaGoSolar, OLLY, MyAdvo, Simply Digital, Ihealthkonect and ARA Health.
These companies offered placements to 13 students and more than 10 students were given opportunity for six-months internship.
Umair and Rishab join CB Family
We welcomed two new members in our Coding Blocks Family
Umair, a graduate from DTU, has vast experience in Android App Development. He has twice been a Google Summer of Code participant under The Processing Foundation and FFMpeg. He has also contributed to the Android OS  and CyanogenMod. This year, he will be mentoring GSoC participants for The Processing Foundation. Prior to CB, he was working with BrowserStack, Mumbai as a Software Development Engineer.
Rishab is a graduate of GNDU, Amritsar with 2 years of experience at Harman Connected Services working on web technologies and Internet of Things. He has started teaching a batch of Crux students, and the students are loving him.
Arnav's talk at 50p conference
50p was India’s first conference on digital payments, in the light of the events of Demonetization, and was attended by various eminent people from the Government, Financial Regulators, Digital Payment companies, Developers and Security researchers and was covered by many journalists from the economic media.

Our very own Arnav presented a talk titled “Everyone Can see your Credit Card Details. Seriously” at 50p, where he outlined the various possible leaks of payment details in mobile commerce apps and steps users and developers can take to ensure security of credit card and netbanking details.
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Coding Blocks Labs Launched
Recently, Coding Blocks launched labs, a playground for Open Source Projects. CB Labs is a collection of a handful of open source web and mobile app projects. Some of them are tools we at Coding Blocks require and will use ourselves, including some tools and games to make the process of learning to code easier.
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Coding Blocks Blog on Algorithms
We at Coding Blocks spend a lot of time on making things readily available to students to help them increase their knowledge. Apart from mentoring students in lectures, we have introduced our blogs which will help students to learn and grasp more. Our latest article in on Breadth First Search – by Mayank Ladia
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We have following batches about to commence this month -
19th Feb 2017
Pandora (Android)
Elixir (Web Dev)
20th Feb 2017
Crux (Java Fundamentals)
14th March 2017
Competitive Programming Bootcamp
26th Feb 2017
Codehunt @ Tryst - IIT Delhi
25-26 Feb 2017
Android Workhop @ GNDU, Amritsar
GameDev Workshop @ USIT
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