Tech Learning Platform “Coding Ninjas” Celebrates 6th Anniversary With Informative Social Media AMA, Giveaways and Discounts to Help IT Learners Advance Their Careers

Tech education platform Coding Ninjas will celebrate its 6th anniversary on the 16th of this month by launching enticing offers and AMA (Ask Me Anything) sessions on its social media platforms New Delhi, 14 May 2022: Launched with the aim of revolutionizing and making the coding learning experience easier, streamlined and accessible, Gurugram-based technology learning platform “Coding Ninjas” turns 6 years old on the 16th of this month. Founded in 2016 by Ankush Singla, Kannu Mittal and Dhawal Parate to bridge the knowledge gap between academia and industry, Coding Ninjas started in a small room and has come a long way since its inception. And to celebrate its sixth anniversary, Coding Ninjas is rolling out some enticing offerings and knowledge sessions, in a thoughtful effort to give back all the love and support it’s received over its six-year worthwhile journey.

What Coding Ninjas has expertly observed, in its six years of success in the industry, is that many learners want to become DSA experts but lack the direction and specific guidance to become one. To remove these hurdles, Coding Ninjas will host an AMA (Ask Me Anything) session on May 14 at 7 p.m. on their social media platforms including YouTube, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram to provide a step-by-step roadmap. to learn DSA – and how to go about it from scratch. Hosted by Coding Ninja Co-Founder and Lead Mentor, Ankush Singla, and Parikh Jain, the AMA will address the topic of “Building a Comprehensive Roadmap to Learn DSA (Data Structure and Algorithm) and the development” this summer.

The informative AMA will answer pertinent questions posed by its attendees, besides announcing a surprising giveaway to more than three lakh subscribers. Intended to massively benefit working IT professionals, the Coding Ninja AMA will steer these aspirants on the right path towards their dream of working in product-driven companies; as it has helped fulfill the dreams of many promising IT professionals over the past five years. Coding Ninjas, the tech learning platform, has a proven track record of placing over 200 learners in multinational corporations such as Amazon, Google, etc. Coding Ninjas is proud to announce that its learners can be found in all unicorn businesses across India.

Speaking a bit about Coding Ninjas’ Career Camp program for IT professionals, co-founder Ankush Singla says, “Career Camp is the ‘place to be’ for any professional looking to grow their tech career by transitioning to product-based technology. society.” The AMA, hosted by Coding Ninjas on May 14, is the first step towards achieving THAT professional excellence. higher level career.

Every course in Coding Ninjas extensive course portfolio is available online, with an option to learn in Hindi or English.

About Coding Ninjas: Coding Ninjas is India’s leading platform for learning coding and getting help with job placement. It was born with the central idea of ​​promoting coding as a culture and filling the talent gaps in the Indian IT industry. Founded in 2016 by Ankush Singla, Kannu Mittal and Dhawal Parate, it aims to provide talented developers for an ever growing requirement in the IT industry. It boasts of a world-class teaching faculty and cutting-edge learning platform for teaching coding with faculty who are alumni of IIT, Stanford, and the University. ‘IIIT. The platform teaches over 17 courses in fundamental and advanced level programming languages, such as Data Structure and Algorithm, Machine Learning, Data Science, Web Development, Android Development. More than 50,000 students and working professionals trust Coding Ninjas to improve their skills. To date, 80% of Indian unicorn companies have hired their alumni for key roles in technology and product development. The Coding Ninjas ecosystem includes over 2,500 teaching assistants for in-doubt support and over 300 hiring partners for job placement assistance. REP REP

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