L4G Collaborates with Google to offer Google Developer Training

As technology is evolving and the job market’s needs are evolving, we at L4G have evolved our program offerings too.  L4G now has a new Android Development with Kotlin course for faculties through a collaboration with Google.

The first batch commenced from August 31 to September 5, where 100 faculties from 50 colleges have participated and got their certificates. The registration for the second batch is in progress. The nomination form can be accessed here

In 2017, Google announced Kotlin as an officially supported language for Android. After seeing almost a 2.6x adoption for Kotlin language among developers around the world every year, we decided to update our Android Development course to Kotlin. This year we will be offering this course to all the universities/partners we previously partnered with, like yours.

L4G in Collaboration with Google is offering an online ‘Train The Trainer’ session for the Faculty members. Google’s Developer Training team has designed a new course named ‘Android Development with Kotlin’ to build Android apps in Kotlin language.

The Principal or Head of Department of Computer Science and Information Technology are requested to nominate two faculty members from your institution who are actively teaching Java or Android to participate in this program. The trained faculty, in turn, are expected to train at least 60  students from your institution.

Note: There is no training fee for this program. Each department(CSE/IT) can nominate 2 faculty members. 

The nomination form can be accessed here 

Nominations are to be submitted by 20th September 2020.

Prerequisites: Participants taking the course must have Object-oriented programming experience(eg Java, .NET etc).

Machine Hardware specifications required for this course:

  • Processor: i3 or Higher
  • RAM: 8GB or higher
  • Virtualisation Technology – enabled
  • Operating System: Windows 10/ Macintosh/ Linux 
  • Internet: Good Internet speed(recommended 10 MBPS at least)