WAC FIESTA, DTU
30th - 31st March 2018
Four student Naman Magan (IT), Gunjan Yadav (APS), Deepanshi Sharma (APS) and Shubham Mishra (APS) of Dronacharya College of Engineering, Gurgaon attended a two day workshop (Android Development Workshop and Ethical Hacking Workshop) at DTU, New Delhi organized by WAC on 30th - 31st March 2018.
The speakers of the workshop were Mr. Manish Sisodia (Deputy CM of Delhi), Mr. Dilip Chenoy (CEO OF NSDC), Mr. Anurag Batra (Chairman and Editor in Chief of BW businessworld), Mr. TS Madaan (Advisor).
Naman Magan and Gunjan Yadav attended the Android Development Workshop. The workshop started with the introduction to Android. The speakers explained the history and architecture of android. Students were explained, Android is a comprehensive software stack of mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key application. They were also told android is a rich source of software bunch used in Mobile Technology through its innovation module of The Android Software Development Kit (SDK). The session was specially designed by the qualified trainers to make students understand the knowledge of live visibility of their codes running. Special techniques was also explained which will help students to create and innovate the new apps with the advent of their own creativity. MVC framework was also explained to students. It stands for Creating ‘Model’ (main source code) Making ‘View’ (Visual Appearance) Controlling by ‘Controller’. The students also learnt to build the Interactive User Interface Apps to cater the needs of the users. The apps should be designed to fulfil the ease to use, simplicity and Beauty Using Common Components Button, Labels, Text Boxes Radio button, Radio Group, Checkbox Slider, Progress Bar, Rating Bar.
Next students were explained the future and scope of Android. Speakers explained in future in what area the android will have influence and one can use this technology on those area, what are the capabilities of Android Analyzing the similar technologies by other companies Understanding the future world.
Deepanshi Sharma and Shubham Mishra attended the Ethical Hacking Workshop. The workshop began with the introduction to Hacking. Students were explained Hacking is the act of finding the possible entry points that exist in a computer system or a computer network and finally entering into them. Speakers described Hacking is usually legal as long as it is being done to find weaknesses in a computer or network system for testing purpose. This sort of hacking is what we call Ethical Hacking. They told Ethical Hackers are also known as White Hat Hacker. Speakers also explained ethical hacking tools like NMAP, Metasploit, Burp Suit, Angry IP Scanner, Cain & Abel and many more.
There were also non technical topics in the workshop like Entrepreneurship, Resume / CV Building, Interview Orientation, Personality Development. In the end there is also a cultural event of stand-up comedy.
Overall it was a good learning experience for the participants.