About a week back, Google organized its annual developers’ conference, Google I/O - 2017, in the Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View, California. As always, they also streamed it live via YouTube and Coding Blocks was the venue for the Extended event in New Delhi. Now I knew that Coding Blocks does a lot of good work apart from imparting knowledge through their state of the art classroom courses, but this time was different for me. This time, I was a witness as a member and not as an onlooker or Facebook follower. Having joined Coding Blocks earlier this month in the capacity of a Marketing and Business Development executive, Google I/O 2017 Extended – New Delhi was my first event here and what follows is a description of how the event progressed, from a newcomer’s point of view.
I had my first Teaching Experience at Coding Blocks when I TA’ed For the LaunchPad course – The course I wished I had taken while I was learning to program. I was TA’ing a class with around 50 students.
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