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Aatul Palandurkar

TechnoTonic on UCN News 25 July

Posted on: September 27, 2011

The First ever workshop organized by the I.T. Biggies HCL CDC held at Vasantrao Deshpande Hall, Nagpur on 23rd July at 12 PM, speaker Mr. Atul Palandurkar presented a practical sight on Mobile Application suing J2ME and Web Designing got an Overwhelming and Tremendous response covering wide range of students, Professors and I.T Professionals from Engineering, Science and Technical backgrounds.

The First session of the event presented by HCL CDC covered the future prospect in Mobile Application development and how easily anyone can do the same having knowledge of java programming language.

The Workshop conducted by HCL CDC created a must needed awareness amongst the youth regarding how the advent of mobile Technologies is going to create innumerable job opportunities for them as per estimated by the industry experts.

The second session of the Techno-Exposure by HCL CDC covered the prospects of web Designing & how things could be done with ease along with the tools available in the market (such as relevant software), Students also learned how HTML & tools could help them create innovative designs, logos, web pages and etc.

You can contact Speaker for Workshop / Corporate Training / Guest Lectures on J2SE (Core Java & Advance Java), J2EE, J2ME, Web Designing, etc. latest technologies : Atul Palandurkar

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6 Responses to "TechnoTonic on UCN News 25 July"

Sir, can u share complete videos of this workshop.. I was unable to attend bcoz of exams.. 🙂

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Sorry, the complete workshop was not videographed.

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Ok Sir. Can you provide me presentation file ??

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Sorry, presentation is official & cannot be shared. 😦

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