Android and Apple have been rivals since day one. There is always a struggle going on as to who takes the lead. iOS 7.1 released in March 2014 has been widely regarded as not meeting user expectations when complains like “killing the phone battery” and such surfaced. Thus, the mobile platform equation still remains same … Continue reading Why should you opt for a career in Android Development
While providing online courses helps in reaching out to students in various locations, it also becomes challenging in analyzing their interpretation and conclusions about the course provided. However, with the advent of Big Data Analytics in education and training, it is now possible to put together their ‘digital breadcrumbs’ and collect data from social media … Continue reading Big Data Analytics: Emerging Technology in Education and Training
Our Android hackathon successfully brought together innovators and thinkers under one roof on 29th and 30th March 2014 at Microsoft Accelerator. With elections round the corner and the theme revolving around mobilizing voters, hackers got together for 24 hours and put forth their creative best. In Pic: Team Indifferent with Nikhil from Nokia(extreme right) We … Continue reading Mood Nation App from Team Indifferent takes the first position
Android OS remained undeterred in 2013. As the year ended with a bang, we immediately shifted our focus to what will 2014 be all about? It doesn’t come as a surprise that 2014 will also be Android’s year. The battle between Apple and Android is going to continue in this year too. The highlight is: … Continue reading Learn android development in just 60 days
Cheap storage along with massive processing capability, big data is creating ripples in the business-IT world. With tools like Hadoop, it goes beyond comprehension as to how big the big data wave is going to be. What resulted out of this data revolution is a new set of jobs for the business IT professionals. Big … Continue reading How to make a career in Big data?
While the weather condition is moving towards the boiling point, we prefer to keep our eyes on the skill sets that are adding to the heat. This season’s hottest skill sets are Big data,Hadoop and Android. So, are you prepared to beat the heat? Big data and its related components Hadoop, Mapreduce and R are … Continue reading This summer, beat the heat by learning the hottest skillsets
When cofounder of Y-Combinator Paul Graham’s interview to The Information was published, it immediately hit the headlines with his statements like “God knows what you would do to get 13 year old girls interested in computers. I would have to stop and think about that” and “We can’t make these women look at the world … Continue reading Why Women Should Code