By the end of this track, you will be able to write simple but effective apps, designing your own layout, showing text and buttons, and showing lists of data.
Install android studio beforehand. Click here for instructions on how to.
There will be a facilitator explaining you everything that you will require to complete the track. There will be an online platform which will guide you through specific topics. Let us say the facilitator is the teacher and the online platform is your textbook. During the online session, you can either choose to listen to the facilitator taking notes and understanding, or jump right in and start solving the track on the online platform.
Currently, we have two study jams planned, spanning between 2nd December 2020 to 9th December 2020.
For every module of the track you complete, you will be getting a virtual badge on your profile. On completion of the whole track, you will be provided with a digital certificate. You can show both of these in your resume!
Join the #app-dev channel on NITR Devs slack here . This slack channel will be the mode of all future communication. You can ask for any doubts and it will be cleared. You can also find more details about the Android Study Jam here
Flutter developer since its beta, and an android developer. Exploring other stacks like Node js+ Express,Flask, Chrome Extensions, Google Cloud Platform, GPT2, and always looking for more.
In my college I am an active member of Developer Student Club NIT Rourkela, conducting workshops, providing resources, mentoring students, making and breaking stuff in the process. I have been contributing to Open source regularly since my first Hacktoberfest in 2017, and have successfully encouraged a handful of others to do so too.
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