Adventures with Android

Ever look at all those fascinating apps on the play store and wonder if you could ever have your name beside one? The key to all those apps is Android development. Let’s get a better idea about Android app development and how it is perfect for you and your skill sets.

Android is basically an open source platform which connects over millions of devices around the world.  For a developer, this basically means that you have access to the source code of the platform. With the source code, you can understand how the interface works for the app. Also, if you’re lucky enough you can find a bug and report it.

The industry wide support is humongous and the Android community is super friendly and helpful. Using Android, you have the power to build wonderful games, books, movies, music, and apps of course and share it openly. 

Why Android?

The growing trends of 2017 suggest that Android has definitely overpowered iOS, reasons it being economical and open source.

If you are looking for something where you won’t have to spend a lot of money in the development, then brace yourselves. Android has almost zero developmental costs. The development tools are free and easily available, and Google only charges a minimal fee to launch applications on the Android market.

You have the freedom to innovate. Besides developing an application, you have the full fledged freedom to extend or contribute it further.

Android developers have the freedom to collaborate. The developers are encouraged to share their source code between each other. They do not sign an NDA(Non-disclosure Agreement).

Android has an open distribution model, which simply means that not only developers are encouraged to share their source code with each other but you can do so via other distribution channels also. The development can be done in any hardware devices be it Mac, Linux or the good old Windows.

Pre-requisites:

To develop in Android, you just need to know the basic data structures, OOPs concepts  and programming.(Join our Foundation courses to do so by registering here).  

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Why our courses?

Our Android Development courses are amongst the best. This course will gradually guide you through the process of turning your breakthrough app idea into reality.Say goodbye to old school learning because we are here to provide hands on learning to you, develop apps in every class. Our courses are extremely interactive, you will start working on your app from the very initial classes. Exciting Hackathons will take place from time to time to keep your skills up to the mark. Not only this, everyone will get to work on super exciting projects!

 By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
  • Make apps not only in Java but also Kotlin
  • Learn to build a brilliant UI
  • Use animations and sensors to make your apps top notch
  • Use backend services like Firebase Cloud Messaging
  • Link third party sites such as Facebook, Gmail to your apps
  • Last but not the least, launch your app on Play Store and make it available to millions of users worldwide

Build your expertise by making apps, games and so many cool projects. Enter the world of play store with us, new batches of Envision(Android App development) are commencing soon. Register here!!

 

Tips and tricks to gear up for this placement season

It’s interview season and it’s crunch time! With the placement season a month away, the panic mode is on and a lot of you will be sitting for your placement and for internships this time.

Most companies look for students having past experience in various internships and building projects. The kind of exposure that gives is difficult to attain inside a classroom. If you don’t have that, don’t fret too much! Campus interviews can be intimidating and you’d be sitting for the first time so don’t let the anxiety get the better out of you. Here are some tips and tricks to stay ahead of the pack and crack your tech interviews!

1.Ace that written exam:

Most companies start with a minor written exam or programming test before moving on to the interview part. Though this part is underestimated but needs a whole lot of attention from you. Start getting a headstart at this by practising a whole lot of questions. Take mocks for the aptitude and logical section, speed is a hurdle which can only be overcome by practice.

2. Build your communication skills

Even if you’re going for the role of a software developer, you can’t slack on roles of being personable and responsible. You should be able to express what you think to the recruiter. Show your enthusiasm and passion about the company. Practice with your peers for common interview questions to get an edge at group discussion. All in all, get comfortable with public speaking, this will help you deal with slippery situations. Try building your vocabulary and yes, please do read the newspaper.

 The tech interview

You will be required to solve a couple of questions. Try practising on a whiteboard, you can be so used to the compiler that you might just forget the syntax of initializing a variable when writing a code outside. Study your data structures and algorithms, read books, solve questions and use other resources.

Know your project

Your project is something that you must have put your heart and soul into. So, naturally, the recruiter expects you to know the nitty-gritty of it. Explain your project nicely, the hurdles you got caught into and how you overcame them while making it.

Think of the bigger picture

When solving a coding problem, even if you make a minor mistake, don’t panic, keep your calm and stay focused on the problem. Take a deep breath, you still have the rest of the interview to go through. The recruiter will most probably ignore the minor error, he’s there to check your problem-solving skills.

Be Honest

The recruiters must have a long experience of interviewing a lot of candidates so they are surely masters in this. Try to make your resume glitch free. Be honest with your answers, if you don’t know the answers, just say it, it’s not a college viva that you’ll get away with saying any bullshit. The interviewers already know the answer before they ask the question.

Ask Questions

Be vocal with your doubts. If you have any doubts, regarding the questions such as edge cases, etc, ask them and how they need to be treated. Avoid making any assumptions. Even if you think it’s pretty safe to assume something, try asking the interviewer first.

Give mocks and learn something new

Trap someone you know into taking your mocks. JK, take their mocks too. Get feedback regularly, and try overcoming minor glitches during the mocks.

Interviews are also a learning experience, and with every interview, you would definitely learn something. Instead of getting anxious over it, try treating it as a goal to learn something, have fun, treat your interviewer as a colleague you’d like to build an amazing app with, this would exude your passion about coding that got you in it at the first place!

Also, I may sound like your mother, but please get a good night’s rest before the D-day. It would double your efficiency!

To prep up with our help, sign up for our Interview Preparation courses here and avail your free trial for our online course NOW!!

Kotlin: A beginner’s guide

If you’ve not heard about it before then hear it now! 

From Google I/O 17, Kotlin has been added as the official programming language for Android development!

Hearing the word “Kotlin” for the first time?

Kotlin is a super new and a super cool programming language. Developed by JetBrains which also developed the JetBrains IDE that Android Studio- Google’s official developer tool is based on. (Woah??!1!)

If you’re too scared thinking that it would replace Java for Android? Fret not! Java is not going anywhere and it will stay here.

Also, if the thought of learning a new language scares you, then there’s good news because Kotlin is very similar to your best friend Java; object-orientedstatically typed and designed for similar problems.

So, Why Kotlin?

Some features include:-

1.Kotlin tools will be included with Android Studio 3.0, so you don’t need to worry about downloading anything.

2.Google and Jetbrains, both pledge to support the language wholeheartedly

3.It is very compatible with Java. This means you can mix and match both Kotlin and Java into your project.

4. It is a concise language so IT drastically reduces the size of your code

5. Hate when you see Null Pointer Exception as an error? Well, Kotlin is here to solve it for you.

On top of all this, Kotlin has already been accepted by major developers like Pinterest, Expedia, Square and others for their production apps. It’s a clean, concise language.

Start making your first app in Kotlin by joining our Android Courses!

Happy Developing 🙂

BE THE NINJA AMBASSADOR IN YOUR CAMPUS!

Do you have the panache in you that sets yourself different from your peers?

Are you good at organising events in college(mass bunk also counts)?

Are you well connected and spend most of your times juggling societies and clubs in college?

Does your social game make your friends insecure?

Do you wish to get those extra points on your resume and that too in a fun-filled way?

If you answered most of these questions with a straight YES then what we have for you is exactly what you need. 😀 Coding Ninjas has launched their Campus Ambassador program for students ready to hone their Marketing and Leadership skills. Let’s add more Ninjas to your community!No automatic alt text available.

Eligibilty Criteria?

You need to be in a college, duh!

What we need?

  • All we need is for you to organise hackathons and talks(pre-placement) which are to be conducted on your campus.
  • Promote us on the college campus through posters(Offline), and Social media marketing(Online).
  • Maintain a database of your peers of all batches
  • Promote and associate us in cultural and departmental fests
  • Encourage your peers to use our very own CodeZen as a programming platform in your college

What you get?

  • Free merch!!
  • Extra points on your resume because we’ll provide you with a certificate on completion of your term
  • Linkedin recommendation to all eligible candidates!
  • special bonus to the Campus Ambassador of the month
  • An exposure of working with a start-up
  • A wonderful opportunity to become a part of Ninjas(Internship/TAship)
  • Interaction with experts professionals and get guided personally
  • Meet targets, and get our online courses absolutely FREE

Not only this, but also

If you write blogs for us, we’ll feature you on our website.

An out of the box idea will get a big SURPRISE from us.

Apart from this, you’ll get an amazing opportunity to expose yourself in the startup world, interact with expert professionals and communicate with other College Ambassadors to experience the life and culture of other campuses.

Come make the best of this opportunity and the join the wonderful Campus Ambassador Community to polish your marketing and Leadership skills!

Register here!

Debunking The Myths About Coding!

“Coding is difficult, programming is not everyone’s cup of tea, you can’t…”, blaah.. blaah.. blaah! Things keep coming, don’t they? Wherever there’s a fact there’s always a myth surrounding it too. In fact, Science has always begun with myths and with the criticism of myths. The thing about myths is that they are dangerous. Why? Because they stop progression and pull you back. So we’ll debunk such myths that are holding you back from becoming a successful programmer.
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Programming is for geniuses. I am an average student, not my cup of tea.
No! Not at all! Learning to code is not like jumping into the sea without knowing how to swim. Being a coder is more about your logical thinking and problem-solving abilities than your domain knowledge and smartness. For sure there’ll be problems in the world that only a handful of developers may be able to solve, but in general, all it requires is your dedication, sincerity, creativity and common sense.
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Oh and yes, you’re smarter than you think, so stop underestimating yourself and get out there and code.
 
Okay, I’ve convinced myself to code, but I’m sure I’ll never be able to catch up.
This is a common mindset that prevails in every new developer’s heart. Programming is an ocean of concepts, I’ve taken a plunge but how will I cross it? How will I catch up with the people who have been working on these challenges for years and years now? etc. To be frank, that’s the beauty of programming, you’re never really stuck up. It’s a constant learning process with tools, technology, and new languages coming up every day. So, what is the way out? Get the fundamentals right, throw in your own style and thought process, stay at par with the latest coding standards and tools and TADAA!!! You are killing it!
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Coding is only for computer science graduates.
One of the biggest myths ever! A big NO to that. Coding is for everyone. A degree or a certificate is not required to become a developer. In fact, the stats prove that 70% of the developers are self-taught! For instance, a stupid Electronics and Instrumentation engineer like me today writes code to fetch and analyze the data of Fortune 500 companies by creating models to give them insights and business strategies! Never did I learn to code, it became a necessity and it just happened! Hence, I say learning to code is not really a big deal but your patience and perseverance are what need to be big here.
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I must only learn the best programming language
There is no ‘best programming language’ as such. The best language is the one which suits your purpose. You cannot build an Android App by learning SQL fundamentals, can you? Obviously not. Choose your language with a purpose in mind. However, there are good languages to start off with learning how to code. Python is one such language, which is highly appreciated by the masses for their ease of readability, complexity and flexibility.
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Coding is not for the fairer sex!
Let me be upfront here, I’ve met several women coder in my life and let me tell you al of them are kickass! The rise of women coders throughout the world is an evidence enough to prove how they are racing all the way into the tech domain. Ada Lovelace, Grace Hooper, Marissa Mayer… you name it. Be it any field women are making their mark equally. You go, girl!
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The road won’t be easy, your path will be strewn with difficulties and challenges but winning over them is what makes a Coding Ninja doesn’t it? Get-set-code!

Stories Behind Famous Programmers

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‘Hello world!’, remember this output from the first program you ever wrote? I do, I’m sure you do too! Making the computer work on your instructions is a feeling that is inexplicable! So much control, power and exhilaration, ain’t it mate? Computer programming has come a long way over decades and changed the face of technology.This is a known and a well-accepted fact. But behind every successful phenomenon ( as I would like to call it) are a group of crafty hands who moulded it to perfection. These programmers were the biggest contributors to the path-breaking computer revolution and we’re here to give you a sneak peek into their lives.
 
“UNIX is basically a simple operating system, but you have to be a genius to understand the simplicity.”
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The golden words by none other than the Father of Modern programming language, Dennis Ritchie. His contributions as the creator of C programming language and co-creator of Unix were monumental. I can’t even begin to admit how indebted we are to him. For us, our entire universe revolved around C when we heard the word programming. Widely used in application developments, embedded systems and operating systems, C has a major influence over all the modern programming languages. Such a humble beginning and such a great impact I must say!
 
Ada Lovelace
This beauty with brains wrote the first algorithm ever. She gave us hope, she showed us the way to this glorious future! An English mathematician by profession, Lady Lovelace wrote the first algorithm for Charles Babbage’s first general purpose machine called the Analytical Engine. She has always been an inspiration for the female coders and we salute her.
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A billionaire, a business magnet, a philanthropist, a magician of the codes, PC Pioneer and the co-founder of the world’s largest personal computer software company. There aren’t enough words to describe this man who opened the ‘windows’ of the next level of software technology for the world. Believe it or not, for the first five years, he literally oversaw each code that went into the production! Such commitment, much wow!

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We owe C++ to this man! A Danish scientist who brought this wonderful language into our lives. Not only did he invent it but also helped it to evolve through stages. Turn to your basics of the C++ textbook and you’ll remember it all!
 
He created one of the most sophisticated and user-friendly languages which are widely used everywhere today. Still trying to remember? Okay, it’s like a new student’s buddy for life and a data monger’s half girlfriend (:P). Still confused? Okay a final one, the language shares it’s named with a ferocious reptile. There you got it, Python! He developed Python while working at Google and later joined Dropbox.

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What is common between languages like Euler, Pascal, Modula, Modula-2, Algol W,  Oberon, Oberon-2, and Oberon-07? They were all created by this pioneer of computer languages. Right from designing PL/0 which created the foundation of compiler design classes in universities to creating operating systems like Lilith and Oberon, this man did it all! Due to his innumerable contributions to the field, Wirth was awarded the prestigious Turing Award.
The name spells it all! Someone who created the biggest internet sensation of all times sitting in his dorm room. Nothing more, nothing less, this person is a sheer genius and today as we know it, Facebook is one of the world’s largest firms with multi-billion $ profits. We practically get up and sleep to Facebook notifications. This Harvard dropout is an employer everybody wishes to work for! Remember how he built a real Jarvis for himself with some complex and stupendous machine learning, IOT and AI efforts? What a time to be alive!

It’s not the language but the logic that matters

You cannot just start speaking Chinese if you don’t learn Chinese, can you? The thought of even picking up a ‘Dummy’s Guide to Chinese’ haunts you for life. But you’d love listening to a Chinese folklore in your language for that matter. So what is more important? The language or the rich cultural heritage and the beautiful stories that can be conveyed to you in any communication form (verbal, written, visual etc.)?
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Such is the age-old debate on the importance of programming languages in programming. Some say that the syntax is the soul of a language, while some argue that the logic and concepts are what really matter. Me? Well, I rest my faith on both of them partly and my version of the answer to the question is that the concepts have a higher hand than the language itself in programming. Why? Let us see:
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The commonality between languages:
All programming languages have one thing in common, the logic for solving a problem remains the same in every language. For instance, if you’re designing a calculator, the addition logic will not become a division with the change in language. A regression model built in R will not differ in logic when built in Python. This commonality brings all the languages together with a common aim of solving problems.
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Framework
For any computer language, you learn it’s framework, not just the language. The inbuilt functions, tools and overall form fitting of logic are what is more important in a language than the look and feel of the syntax. You can learn the formatting easily, but the framework is what will ultimately get your shit done!
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‘Coz logic is the key to everything
Once you ace the logic, you gain the super-powers to do anything. All that a programming language needs is love, your unconditional love for logic. Once you understand and know how to implement a logic to get the desired output, you’ve done it. You can then open up any language and all you need to do is change the syntax and not the logic. Long story cut short if you’ve enhanced your logical abilities you can learn any language. All that is needed is your sincerity and dedication.
So folks, what did we learn today? That programming languages don’t matter? – Nope, It’s not the language but what you aim to achieve through it is what matters. So get going and code, no stopping! Cheers!

Why Coding should be taken as a skill rather than a subject?

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A night before the data structures exam, I’m biting my nails and cursing why did I have to choose engineering, planning a strategy on what topics to leave and what to study, just enough so that I pass this semester without a back. I’m sure I’m not the only one who does this. All-nighters are the only way we know how to study in college, cramming the subject just the night before the exam.

Most people literally cram entire codes to topics a night before the exam. Guys, you are legends! But the fact is in the long run, this won’t help you. The more you cram, the less you’ll remember what it was about. Also, in the next semester, when a bigger version of the subject appears, you’ll start again with the same old cycle of cursing the subject, your decision of taking the course, the education system and so on.

Programming, instead of rote learning it as a theoretical subject, should instead be approached more practically. It should be understood and the codes should be practised instead of cramming. The concept of syntax, dealing with a problem through a particular method, and the “logic” should be understood. If you’ve done this bit, I bet you don’t even need to open the book before the exam(but please do).

Before I enrolled in the course at Ninjas, I didn’t even know that there was an actual code for Hashing ( I possibly must have left the entire chapter then :p) possibly because I thought it did not carry enough weightage for the exam. But I was so wrong.

Coding Ninjas not only teaches you a language, they teach you how to study. They start with absolute basics so that even newbies who don’t  know “hello world” can relate to the subject. The classes are loaded with brain teasers to kick start your brains, short teaching sessions and more questions to practice so that you focus on problem-solving instead of cramming. They don’t focus on the language or syntax but most importantly on how to approach the problem so that you can do the same for any other language. All of this, not only fascinates you but makes you fall in love with the world of programming.

Subjects which used to be complicated and scared you till death will now look like a piece of cake. Not only this, imagine actually creating something from scratch. Now imagine, a lot of people actually using “that” something which you made. Sounds like magic? Well, it is! This is what programming does for you. Your favourite app or the website that you love to browse are all things essentially based on programming.

To quote Ankush sir, the most empowering moment of his career was when he and his team launched the Facebook timeline and more than a 100 million people used it on the very day it was launched!

Get inspired. Start programming today to build something amazing for tomorrow!

PS: The weightage of hashing? Well, it’s supposedly one of the most frequent questions asked by Amazon. Don’t make the same mistake. :3

How to master a language inside out?

If you’re a newbie coder and slightly struggling with programming, don’t fret too much! Coding can be slightly taxing at first, especially when you are new to it. But once you make sure that you give it enough time and work, you’ll love it!

So, let’s face it, you want to learn a language, and there are so many ways you can do that, but the question is how can you really master a language? “Master” is a heavy word, but today all those bigwigs are actually looking for expertise coders. Besides, programming can be really stressful if you don’t approach it with a right mindset and attitude.

So, here are 7 ways to master a language inside out:-

1. DON’T DO IT IN ONE NIGHT

The idea of learning a skill overnight is exhilarating, yes! and being so used to those “all nighters” for college examinations can make us think that that’s the only way to study, but NO, trying to cram programming overnight can be a big mistake.

One needs to take it one session at a time, giving every session ample amount of time and using it more practically than mugging up the theory.

2. ENROLL IN A COURSE

Of course! What’s better than enrolling yourself in a course where you have amazing mentors to guide you, newbies like yourself to get along with, and TA’s to assist you through every step. An environment of healthy competition and learning in a group will not only keep you highly motivated, but you’ll also learn at your own pace.

Register for our courses  here!

For all those who are too lazy to get out from their houses(it’s the heat, we don’t blame you!) or people who live too far from our center, we have this awesome option for you, ONLINE COURSES! with amazing features like adaptive learning, individual TA support, and lots more! (A little bit of promotion never killed anyone!)

3. PRACTICE! PRACTICE! PRACTICE!

Well, who doesn’t get a hard time from the semicolon and the brackets?! If you don’t have any prior coding experience, the number of syntax rules in any coding language can make your head go for a spin. The best approach to this is practice, one needs to practice a lot of questions and over a period of time, those silly syntax rules will come naturally to you.

One needs to take practice seriously, solving a lot of questions will definitely build your expertise in the field and your approach to solving questions will develop, turning you into a Code Genin.

4. IF YOU CAN’T EXPLAIN IT, YOU SIMPLY DON’T UNDERSTAND WELL ENOUGH

A very interesting approach to learning anything is the Feynman approach, based on the great physicist Richard Feynman who believed that the best way to grasp something is by breaking it into simpler concepts and teaching it to someone.

Explaining things to someone else will help you analyse your weak areas and will definitely solidify the concepts in your mind. It will help diagnose the weaker niches and compel you to learn things better from a newer angle.

5. JOIN COMPETITIVE PROGRAMMING

One sure wants that edge when they’re learning the language, don’t they?  To get that extra panache in your coding realms, one must start with competitive programming. Competitive programming is a mind sport taking place in particular forum involving participants to program according to provided specifications.

Competitive programming will allow you to code under tight specifications. This will strain you brain to think under constraints, increasing your skills exponentially! Also, coding in an environment of healthy competition will keep you glued to it.

Join the world of competitive programming at CodeZen, Stand out in the leaderboard and win amazing cash prizes!

6. PLAY WITH PROJECTS

Once you’re comfortable with the language, syntax and the concept, it’s time to put those skills in to use! For absolute newbies, think of  a simple game like Tic-Tac-Toe, Othello, to head start with your skills. Building even a small project will not only build your confidence but you’ll know exactly how to apply your newly acquired knowledge actively.

Be creative! Code something that interests you or what you’d actually want to use. Projects will help you retain a lot better and will interest you at a very personal level.

7. DON’T PANIC!

Relax! It’s not you, it’s programming.

Programming can be a little intimidating and it’s okay to struggle with it. The important thing is to keep yourself on track and keep trying. Ask help when you need it, try different resources and keep recalling previous concepts. Give it a little time, and it will surely come your way.

Embrace your bugs and errors. Learn how to debug and avoid them in future. Practicing can help you build confidence, and that will keep you away from stress.

5 reasons why you SHOULD’NT TAKE OUR ONLINE COURSES- Wait, what? :O

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Education is the most powerful weapon that you can use to change the world! Your education steers the boat of your life. But what if a high tide helped you sail faster, better and at an unparalleled speed? This goliath tide beats the challenges faced by the traditional classroom education and helps you battle the odds in your way of success. What is it called? Well, oh well ONLINE EDUCATION!
The continuously evolving methodologies of online learning have fueled its expansion immensely. Researches vouch that online education can be just as effective as a classroom education. And so the world of online education began expanding. There are a plethora of online coding courses out there. We at Coding Ninjas are also providing you a hassle-free, adaptive and excelling online courses to help you achieve your codes the panache it deserves. But you SHOULD NOT ENROLL WITH US! Yes, that’s correct. I mean why would you take our courses if you don’t want to experience:
  • An online classroom so good that you would never skip a class.
  • An education so convenient that you don’t even need to step out from your room to attend a class. Leave alone getting late and missing lectures.
  • With trainers so experienced that they’ve conquered Stanford University, IITs, IIITs etc. and have been master craftsmen with years of industry experience at companies like Facebook, Amazon, American Express, Times Internet etc.
Oh, wait, oh wait. I can go on forever like this. But let me give you 5 solid reasons as to why you SHOULDN’T ATTEND our online courses. YOU ABSOLUTELY SHOULDN’T!
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1. Because who wants a learning experience so good that it propels you towards success.
Experienced, engaging instructors take you a jetpack joyride in our high-quality video lessons. Needless to mention there are highly engaging study materials, regular tests and one-to-one chat with mentors for doubts. Bonus? A Discussion forum with an interactive and super-talented coding community where you can find your code buddies and throw in your ideas!
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2. Because who needs a course with an Adaptive Technology and unending features.
Our courses are completely adaptive and dynamic in nature. You learn at your own pace and understanding. Our courses are aided with adaptive technology that helps you unlock the next level whenever you clear a base one. This helps you build your fundamentals right and gives you a holistic learning experience.  A steep learning curve all along!
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3. Because we make you practice hard to attain perfection
There will be a sea of problem statements, innumerable study resources and challenges to quench your thirst for problem-solving.   Code directly in the browser with our course assignments, bringing to life what you’ve learned and receive immediate, helpful feedback and code validation. Which ensures credible and secure exam delivery.
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4. Because when you have doubts we are ready to clear ’em off in a jiffy!
Individualized TA sessions for doubt clearing, live webinars to discuss problems, 1-on-1 mentor chats, discussion forums, groups chats…. let’s keep it going.
certified-Coding-Ninjas5.Because who wants an accreditation so strong and authentic that it shouts out your top ninja skills to the world
When you pass the course, you’ll receive a verified certificate that provides a level of comfort to those who may want assurance about the authenticity of your course work. You have a perfect alibi to your stellar coding skills.
Not convinced enough? Ah, I knew it! Well, I knew you were going to do it anyway. Fine, go on, register for our online courses and pave your way to a brighter future! Go, go hurry!
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