February 2015

Session on Developing Mozilla Firefox OS Apps at Mahaveer

Swecha organized a workshop on Firefox OS on 31th January 2015 at Mahaveer. About 100 students attended the session.

img src="http://i.imgur.com/VqjIRqd.jpg">

Speakers:

Kishan : As Firefox OS Apps are built with HTML,CSS and JavaScript, Kishan introduced HTML and CSS to students who are new and touched upon the new things in HTML5 and CSS3
Shashank : Shashank introduced the platform of Firefox OS, the tools required and the importance of this emerging new mobile operating system. He then, talked about JavaScript and the process of App Development.
In the lab session that followed, Students made some firefox os applications.

An Introductory Session on Mozilla Firefox OS at CBIT

Swecha organized a workshop on Firefox OS on 30th January 2015 at CBIT. About 100 students attended the session.


Speakers:

Kishan : As Firefox OS Apps are built with HTML,CSS and JavaScript, Kishan introduced HTML and CSS to students who are new and touched upon the new things in HTML5 and CSS3
Akhil : Akhil introduced the platform of Firefox OS, the tools required and the importance of this emerging new mobile operating system. He then, talked about JavaScript and the process of App Development.
In the lab session that followed, Students made some firefox os applications.

A Session on Python Programming Language at SRKR

Swecha organized a workshop on Python Programming Language for three days (24th - 26th January 2015) at SRKR College ( Bhimavaram ). About 210 students attended the workshop.


Speakers:

Pradeep : Pradeep started with the basics of python and introduced the constructs such as types, conditionals, strings and loops. He also explained to them the relevance and the reach of Python as a general purpose programming language
Ashraf : Ashraf covered the basics more thoroughly and introduced students to dictionaries and files
Anil : Anil went through the details of making notes application and some other apps. He also delved more into functions and introduced students to OOPS constructs like encapsulation, classes and inheritance.