Microsoft Technical Community had organized a two-day online workshop named “WEB-PORTFOLIO using Visual Studio”. It was the first workshop of the new session Aug-Dec. Three-hour session was held between 2pm-5pm for both the days. The workshop focussed on educating the participants about building a Portfolio Website and hosting it with the help of visual studio code and 000webhost. This Workshop was beneficial for everyone who had an interest in learning about ‘Web Development’ and create their own portfolio. It was open for all i.e. available for students of any college. It was free of cost for all the participants. The event coordinator for this workshop was Madhav Manocha and the Presenters were Raghav Kapoor and Mukul Singh. The total registrations count for the same was 220+. The platform used for the event was Microsoft Teams.
- First day was focused on Basic HTML, CSS and bootstrap. The introduction to the workshop was given in first 15 mins. Starting with main html, head and body tags to mailing forms, all the details were covered up by Mukul Singh
- second day Raghav Kapoor covered importance of templates and how to choose and download one, use of inspect feature to find a specific part of code, adding images to the template and personal details.
- Both days presenters were assisted by Kashish Srivastava and Madhav Manocha who were available to help the participants and resolve their issues
A 10-days assignment or project of making a portfolio website was also assigned to students and a certificate of completion was provided to those who successfully built the website. During the 10 days given to participants for completion of the project Madhav Manocha had the responsibility of solving all queries regarding project.
We were glad to hear that the students asked us to conduct more workshops like this. This had been an awesome open-door platform given by MTC to all the enthusiasts. As through this occasion, they were given extraordinary opportunities to enhance upon their abilities and have an aggressive coding and open source knowledge.