Even if you are a beginner, you can learn Android app development in just 4 days by spending 6 hours per day. This is a great way to learn Android app development during summer holidays. If you are working full-time, doing an internship or enjoy most of your time with your family and don't have 6 hours per day to devote to this cause, then worry not. You can spend 6 hours per week
GDG Bhubaneswar is one of the top chapters in India and is without doubt the most vibrant community that bind a lot of like minded people like us. And the credit for all these goes to all of you our community members, you have been the agents, the protagonists and the drivers of this movement for bringing together tech enthusiasts. Since last couple of years from humble beginings we have come a good
GDG Bhubaneswar was invited to mentor, the biggest health care hackathon organized by IIT Kharagpur. From 25 March to 28 March 2016. This event was organised by the School of Medical Sciences and Technology at Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. In the event Medical and engineering student, software developers, entrepreneurs involved in health mostly in eye field. The problem statement were to solve the medical problem and visually impaired people for better vision. GDG Bhubaneswar,
I am a developer evangelist, not many hackathons happen in Bhubaneswar so when I heard about one happening at KIIT University was excited to participate in it. Hackathons help in simulating a pressure situation where one can learn a lot of things in a day or two, which in normal course will take about a month to learn. I decided to invite a couple of my friends who are volunteers of Google Developers
Google Developers Group, Bhubaneshwar popularly known as GDG BBSR organized Devfest’15 on 10/10/2015. The event commenced at 10:30 in the morning with a brief introduction about the achievements of GDG in the past year and the road forward for the upcoming year by GDG community manager, Basant Moharana .Thereafter the event proceeded with speakers throwing light on various innovations and products. Mr. Basant shared his experience outlining “Code King and Code Queen” -
Gdg Bhubaneshwar came forth with first of its kind coding contest “codeking and code queen” which was coordinated by Mr.Basant Moharana (GDG community manager), Mr. Sanjib Parida (co-founder and CTO of Muvi.com), Mr.Linkan Patra, Mr. Biplab Parida and Mr.Rabjit Khuntia .The event commenced on 2nd October and continued for 8 consecutive days in 7 different colleges of CET, ITER, IIIT, IIT-BHUBANESHWAR, C.V.R.C.E., SILICON, KIIT. The prelims at each college principally had 2 rounds
"Internet of Things" the next big to land on the technical market. Well it’s a dynamic global infrastructure with self configuring capabilities where physical and virtual “things” are assigned an identity, physical attributes and use intelligent interfaces , seamlessly integrated into theinformation network. Briefing out its basically a network of physical objects or things embedded with electronics , software , sensors and connectivity to enable objects to exchange data with the Manufacturer, operator and other connected devices.
Google Developers Study Jams is a free series of global, community-run, in-person study groups. The first Study Jams series will follow the Android Fundamentals curriculum. Google Developers Group Bhubaneswar facilitators certified in the course will lead the Study Jams that meet once weekly for 8 - 9 weeks. Study Jams are an opportunity for students to receive free, in-person guidance and tutoring on the Udacity course in a fun classroom environment. Study Jam