Evolution of technology has always been on the rise since forever, and so are the new generation software developers. Instead of spending hours on information technology decision-making processes, software developers are equipped enough to innovate things rapidly.
With the growing ecosystem, students studying software engineering learn a new technology every day. However, there's always a giant gap between writing the command lines and developing real applications.
It can be said that some Indian software developers are doing exceptionally well, while some are not able to unleash their true potential.
To overcome this barrier and help software developers grow, four students Krishna Rai, Nikhil Arora, Nikhil Pandey and Saksham Sandhu co-founded the International Organisation for Software Developers (IOSD).
IOSD was founded after seeing the gap between skills acquired in college and the requirements of the industry.
It provides a platform to software developers, to become a part of interactive technical sessions that help everyone get acquainted with the developing technological culture. These developers are then given team projects that enhance their team-working skills and also help them develop their own applications and software.
IOSD has organised a number of events, ranging from hackathons to the ones which involved frontend designing of a website.
This month, they are coming up with Synergy 2.0, the technical festival for students from the Delhi Technological University.
Synergy is a two-day long festival where students deploy their coding skills to develop the grooviest of features in the least possible time.
Synergy 2018 is set to be bigger and better than last year, with a diverse lineup of events such as Tech Praxis iOS/Android, Code War 2, WebDev, AlgoDesign, Don't Know Code, CodeInLess and Devsprint.
Not to forget, there are prizes worth of crores up for the taking.
Synergy 2018 will take place from 13-14 February 2018.
For further details and registration for individual events visit here.