ADMISSIONS OPEN FOR WINTER BATCHES & APAT
This winter, CHILL with Coding Blocks and make full use of your vacations. Coding Blocks presents an exquisite line-up of courses and bootcamps for you to choose from, and excel in. From school kids to grad level students, and from post grad students to professionals, we have something for everyone. We're offering programs on C++, Java, Python, Web Development, Android Development, Java App Development, Competitive Programming and Machine Learning. We even have beginner level courses for C++ and Java, aimed at students just entering the world of programming. Registrations have started, enroll now!
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Having seen some resounding response for CAST, our scholarship test for foundation batches, and at the back of a lot of requests, Coding Blocks is proud to introduce to you APAT, the Advanced Programs Admission (and Scholarship) Test. For the first time ever, we will be holding an admission cum scholarship test for our advanced batches - Web Development, Android Development, Machine Learning and Competitive Coding. Students will be tested on their coding and algorithmic skills. The timed test would be conducted on our portal - Hackerblocks - on November 11 and scholarships of up to 75% will be on offer. The test is COMPLETELY FREE OF COST. Register now!
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MUNNA BHAIYYA GUIDES STUDENTS AT NIET
Our beloved “Munna Bhaiyya” delivered a talk at Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology as part of E-Cell IIT Kharagpur’s Entrepreneurship Awareness Drive. He talked about his journey as an entrepreneur, while setting up and running multiple start-ups. He also talked about the adversities he faced and some guidelines that every budding entrepreneur should follow. Bhaiyya finished his talk by explaining to students the importance of rigorous hardwork and efforts, and how all of it eventually pays. The talk was appreciated a lot by everyone.
ANDROID WORKSHOP
AT USICT
Coding Blocks founding member and Android/Web Mentor Arnav Gupta conducted a workshop at USICT, Dwarka on the topic of Android App Development. The workshop was attended by over a hundred students. It covered topics such as introduction to Android Development, basic input and output, monitoring hardware sensors, creating simple games using accelerometer, working on open source projects and also participating in OSS programs like GSoC. The workshop was very well received by everyone.
ARNAV GUPTA PRESENTS AT MOBILE AND DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY SUMMIT
Personalized Google Home
Coding Blocks founding member Arnav Gupta presented a talk titled Build your own Google Home using Raspberry Pi and Android Things. In his talk, Arnav used a Raspberry Pi 3 running Google Things OS, which is Google's extremely stripped-down Android version for IOT devices. The talk covered two major Android Things APIs: Bluetooth Audio API to enable Raspberry Pi to be paired with any Bluetooth speaker and speak using that; and the Android Assistant API to answer the queries which basically gives the same results that Google Home gives. Through this talk, developers learned how to make their own Google Home systems.
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Push to Play: End-to-end CI/CD
Coding Blocks founding member Arnav Gupta presented a talk titled Push to Play: End-to-End CI/CD Setup using Zero Infrastructure. Using three free-to-use tools/services, namely Github, Travis-CI and Google Play Developer APIs, Arnav talked about automating the entire process. The talk dealt with Android Testing & Deployment lifecycle, including CI Setup, Unit Tests, Instrumentation Tests, UI Tests and wrapping them up in test suites and harnesses and getting coverage reports. Arnav also showed a demo of the available tools to continuously integrate tests like Travis CI, Codacy and Codecov.io or Coveralls.
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WORKSHOPS BY THE GREATER NOIDA TEAM
JAMIA HAMDARD
Coding Blocks organized two workshops at Jamia Hamdard on October 12. The Game Development workshop was conducted by Harpreet Singh. It introduced students to HTML, Javascript and Game logic., while also eaplaining advanced game development frameworks Phaser and Canvas. The Android Basics workshop was conducted by Nipun Jain. It explained Android development basics, and helped students deploy their first app to devices. Both workshops were thoroughly enjoyed.
JIIT NOIDA
Coding Blocks organized a two-day workshop in JIIT Noida on October 10-11. The workshop topic was Basic Android Development and it was conducted by mobile development expert, Nipun Jain. The workshop began with fundamentals of Android and general mobile applications and went on to cover concepts of activities, spinners, fragments, bindings and services. The students made currency converter and calculator apps to use in their own devices. It was an extremely well received workshop.
NEW TALENT JOINS THE CB FAMILY
HIMANK BHALLA
An engineer from USICT, Himank is an enthusiastic full-stack web developer. He has worked at a Delhi based startup where he was involved with mobile website development, bugs removal and all front end related things. He also designed the website for International Conference on Computational Techniques in Information and Communication Technologies (ICCTICT) using Ember. We welcome Himank to the Coding Blocks family.
RAJKISHOR RANJAN
An IIT-Patna graduate in Computer Science, Rajkishor is a Mathematics wizard and an avid competitive coder. Having taught Mathematics to top batches of Vidya Mandir Classes for a few months, he decided to shift to teaching computer programming. Rajkishor has joined Coding Blocks as a C++ faculty, and will be taking classes for Launchpad, Competitive Coding and more C++ based courses. We welcome Rajkishor to the Coding Blocks family.
CODING BLOCKS PARTNERS WITH COLLEGES
Coding Blocks believes in promoting young talent and motivating them to learn more, and do more. We feel that college-level Hackathons are a very good way to imbibe this spirit inside young minds, as they solve problems and build usable products for many hours at end. This shows us the dedication and love for development that these young turks have. In alignment with this same feeling, Coding Blocks partnered with multiple college level hackathons over the last month. We want to promote more such events, and are willing to provide full support to students who take such initiatives. Coding Blocks partnered with events such as Synergy by IOSD DTU and Vihaan by IEEE-DTU, UHack at USICT and a hackathon at BVCOE. More power to such events!
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