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  1. 1. GDSC INFO SESSION 2021-22 Lets know about Google Developer Student Clubs Hritik Khurana GDSC LEAD Uiet , Kurukshetra University @HritikKhurana2
  2. 2. Before we begin...
  3. 3. Tell Us Your Interest
  4. 4. Now answer some questions in YES or NO in the comments
  5. 5. Do you find it difficult to make projects alone ?
  6. 6. Do you feel that you’re missing out opportunities ?
  7. 7. Do you find it difficult to make team for Hackthons ?
  8. 8. If you answered “YES” for any of them , then that’s precisely what GDSC UIET has for you
  9. 9. At GDSC UIET you will ❏Learn latest technology ❏Make projects in teams ❏Participate in contests ❏Learn latest technology ❏Find like-minded people ❏Contribute to open source ❏Find like-minded people
  10. 10. You’ll stay aware of opportunities like competitions , internships , scholarships , exclusive webinars / workshops and much more. Most Importantly
  11. 11. Domains supported so far ● Android ● Cloud ● DSA/CP ● Web Developement ● Machine Learning ● Deep Learning & IOT ● Data Analysis
  12. 12. What kind of sessions ? Study Jam Hands-on Hackathon Workshops that are the part of Google Developers study jam bundles Any hands-on activity where students come together to review technical content and write code An event where we break into teams and work on building a solution
  13. 13. What kind of sessions ? Speaker session Demo day And much more... These are tech talks or sessions where speaker covers technical content This is an event that shows off the solutions that members of our GDSC have built for local problems Like Bootcamps , solution challenge , etc.
  14. 14. ● Improve your skills , get an opportunity to teach others ● Get a chance to get your blogs/projects/story showcased on our social handles ● Get recognised for your efforts , monthly top performers will be receiving cool swags ● Access to certain resources provided by Google Developers Benefits of becoming a member ?
  15. 15. Alone we can do so little , together we can do so much - Helen Keller
  16. 16. Team GDSC - Board Members Rajat Bansal Tech Team Lead Lovish Aggrawal Machine Learning Lead Parminder Saharan Machine Learning Lead Vanshika Bhasin Web Development Lead Ishant Khurana Web Development Lead Shivam Varshney DSA/CP Lead
  17. 17. Team GDSC - Non Technical Nikita Yadav Creative Team Lead Vishal Ray Marketing Lead Kashish Graphic Designer Rohan Saini Event Management Dhanesh Event Management Aashish Video Editor Archita Content Writer
  18. 18. Technical Team
  19. 19. Tech Team Lead Rajat Bansal 1st Rule of Programming; if it works don’t touch it;) /rajatbansal01
  20. 20. Most of the software applications are made with multiple tools and technologies. Why should we work in a team?
  21. 21. Can I Learn all the Tools and Technologies at Once and make my end to end software?
  22. 22. Does it mean, I can’t make end to end software applications? How can I find people who can help me in my project? le* GDSC
  23. 23. How to start? > Choose a programming language. > Learn Basic Data Structures and Algorithms. > Start learning the Technology of your choice. > Share your work with community. > Work in Team. > Participate in hackathons. > Follow “learn on the go” Approach.
  24. 24. What after making software in your machine? > Deployment > Maintenance
  25. 25. Languages:C,C++,Python,Javascript. Competitive Programmer : Secured a global rank 386 At codechef,3 star Coder(1790) at Codechef,1200+ coding score at GFG,Solved 600+ coding problems. Front-end Web-developer:Html,Css,Javascript,React.js Skills Shivam Varshney CP Lead
  26. 26. Data Structures are a specialized means of organizing and storing data in computers in such a way that we can perform operations on the stored data more efficiently. Like if we have numbers from 1-10 and we want 2nd minimum of the sequence. First Way:Store these numbers as they are. Second Way:Store these numbers in sorted order. What are Data Structures?
  27. 27. Why C++ over Python : Python is generally regarded as slow. even its creator Guido once claimed that if you use python for performance reason you need to have your brain checked. Why C++ over Java : execution of C++ programs is faster than Java program,C++ supports operator overloading it means we can perform computation on objects. Whereas Java does not support operator overloading. Why we recommend C++?
  28. 28. ● Arrays can be used for sorting data elements ● Array stores data elements of the same data type. ● Maintains multiple variable names using a single name. ... Arrays:
  29. 29. ● Previous and next page in web browser. ● Implementation of Stack And Queues. ● Implementation Of Graph. Linked List:
  30. 30. ● Symbol tables in Compilers/Interpreter. ● Handling Caches in devices.url to ip address. HashMap: ● During the function call and return process. Stack
  31. 31. ● Buffer for devices like Keyboard. Queue: ● In Facebook. ● Google Maps. Graph:
  32. 32. : Here are some reasons I believe people do CP: ● Enjoyment ● Preparation for job (coding) interviews ● Preparation for Competitions Why Learn DSA and CP?
  33. 33. ML Lead Lovish Aggarwal Machine Learning is Cool until it learns to search from Stack-Overflow. It’s all over.
  34. 34. ML Lead Parminder Saharan If it’s written in Python, it’s probably ML. If it’s written in Powerpoint, it’s probably AI
  35. 35. Basics of Machine Learning Normal workflow Normal Programming flow Input Output Set of Rules defined by Programmer
  36. 36. The most simple definition Basics of Machine Learning Machine learning Workflow oversimplification Input Output ML Model Set of Rules
  37. 37. Ye Sab karna kaise hai???
  38. 38. Basics of Machine Learning ● Recommended Language - Python ● Recommended Libraries - ○ Data Handling - Numpy, Pandas ○ Visualization - Matplotlib, Seaborne ○ Models - Scikit-learn, Scipy ○ Deep Learning - TensorFlow, Keras What do I need to know?
  39. 39. Basics of Machine Learning Theory and Application are very different Diff. b/w Theory and Application
  40. 40. Basics of Machine Learning ● Natural Language Processing ● Non-supervised Clustering ● Statistical Arbitrage ● Medical Diagnosis ● Video Manipulation ● Generative Data Applications of ML
  41. 41. Natural Language Processing Object Detection Non-supervised Clustering Face Tracking
  42. 42. Skills Frontend : HTML,CSS,BOOTSTRAP,JAVSCRIPT Backend : NODE-JS,PHP Databases: MY-SQL,MONGO-DB Languages : C,C++,Python Web Development Leads Ishant Khurana
  43. 43. Web Development Leads Skills Frontend : HTML,CSS, Bootstrap, JavaScript, React Backend : Node JS, PHP Databases: MongoDB, MySQL Languages : C, C++ Vanshika Bhasin
  44. 44. Web Development Web development is the work involved in developing a Web site for the Internet or an intranet (a private network). Web development can range from developing a simple single static page of plain text to complex web application or social network.
  45. 45. Workflow
  46. 46. Front-end Development refers to that area of web development that focuses on what the users see on their end. It is the development of the Graphical User Interface of a website, through the use of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, etc. so that users can view and interact with that website.
  47. 47. Back-end Development refers to the server-side development. It focuses on databases, scripting, website architecture. It contains behind-the-scene activities that occur when performing any action on a website. It can be an account login or making a purchase from an online store. Technologies used in Back-end Databases used in Back-end Development includes 👇 Development includes👇
  48. 48. Career Opportunities Web developers with 1-4 years of experience can make around Rs 3,04,000 per annum. With 5-9 years of experience, you can earn around Rs 5,89,000 per annum. If you are a skilled web development professional, you will have several career options available in front of you. You may have to add a skill or two to your repertoire, but we don’t think that’s asking too much for a good career. Here are a few career options: • Front-end developer • Back-end Developer • Full-Stack Web Developer • Software Developer
  49. 49. /nikita-yadav15 NIKITA YADAV(3rd Year, CSE) (Creative Team Lead) 1) Tech Skills : C, C++, Java, Kotlin, Web Development, UI/UX Design,Android Development. 2) Creative Areas : Graphic Designing, Video Editing, Content Writing, Sketching, Aesthetic. 3) Extras : Communication, Marketing, Management, Digital Networking, etc. “A Creative Mind just following her own mantra : BeYouNIK ~ BeUnique”
  50. 50. / ARCHITA (3rd Year, CSE) (Content Writer) 1) Languages : C,C++,Python,JavaScript,Swift. 2) Interests : Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Web Development. 3) Writing style : Narrative and Expository. 4) Others : Cleaning, Cooking, Sketching and Running. “Trying to do Justice with my own Words”
  51. 51. / AASHISH JINDAL (2nd Year, ECE) (Video Editor) 1) Tech Skills : Web development, Html, CSS, JavaScript 2) Video Editing, Graphic designing 3) Interests : Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. “A Storyteller who makes your Bad Story look like a Masterpiece”
  52. 52. /kashish-goyal-69b110201 KASHISH (2nd Year, CSE) (Graphic Designer) 1) Languages : C, C++ and Python. 2) Interest : Competitive Programming. 3) Graphic Designing : Figma, Canva, Adobe Photoshop. “Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.”
  53. 53. LET’s HAVE SOME FUN!
  54. 54. Q/A SESSION