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The Latest Google Panda Update 3.9

Another Panda update 3.9 rolled out on 24th July, 2012. This update claims to affect about 1% of search results according to @google. The best way to know if your

Ravishing and Revamped @The CB Website

CueBlocks takes great pride in revealing our new and revamped website. Same ( but a new avatar awaits you. The new layouts, styles, content and colors show who we are and what we do and better functionality and navigability leaves you smoothly gliding from one section to the other. Read More…

Hello Monsoon @ CueBlocks

Today we woke up to a pitch dark sky, at 8 am it felt like 7 pm.  The lightening, thunder and dark clouds were screaming and roaring and we knew, the monsoons were finally here!

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We are hiring at CueBlocks!

CueBlocks is looking for new Cuebies :) We are expanding and are looking for some really talented people to join our growing team! Here is a list of 9 immediate

My foundation Block – Cueblocks

I met ASP, founders of Cueblocks Technologies in AIESEC CHANDIGARH's Alumni Session for the very first time. That was the first time I got to know about the company and

CueBlocks Sweat Shirts – United in Style & Ot...

After spreading the coolness around in the office with CueBlocks Memorablia, it's time to wear the CueBlocks attitude. So this time the Cueteam brings on the style with smart CueBlocks

Diwali Celebrations- Cue Blocks way

At CueBlocks, we started the celebrations a wee bit early - on Thursday and also marked it as the start of our long weekend off :) The office and the

CueBlocks' New-Cube-on-the-Block Celebrations

September 13th 2010, is a day that will not go down CueBlocks' memory lane like a popped out soap bubble but like those beaded bubbles blinking in a champagne glass

My Cue Blocks Experience – Kate

</a></p></a><p><img class=AIESEC appeared as the first line when googled “international internship”. It was the first time I heard about this organization. As I found out later, it’s huge. But I didn’t expect, that I can find anything for my specialization (graphic design). <!–more–> And I applied for each position, which had something to do with art and design (teaching disabled children, illustration, newspaper design, packaging…and, of course, web design). Surprisingly I had some options to choose from. Cue Blocks was one of them, and I made my choice, right choice (we never know, but I believe, that it was the right choice:)).

I was so unsure about everything, so unconfident and nervous about going India and, most of all, starting to work (it was my first experience of working as a designer). My duties seemed so vague to me, I knew nothing about web design.

Almost 3 months have gone since then. As Pancham said on my first day, 3 months felt like 3 weeks. And he was so right! I always think, that everything is just starting, but it’s not. It started with birth and  it will slip away, if I don’t seize the moment.. It’s one of the things, that I became more assured about this summer. Cue Team

What astonished me about Cue Blocks team was professionalism. I heard interns from other companies complaining about “Indian stretchable time”, but in Cue Blocks tomorrow means tomorrow:) Everyone was extremely friendly. I really appreciate, that people wanted us (me and Melih) to feel comfortable and spoke English, when we were around (especially for the first month:))

I’m very grateful to Pancham, Avneet and Sarthak for giving me this chance, for guiding me through, for creating such a nice atmosphere. I’ve never seen people, who distinguish “being friendly” and “being professional” so clearly (I mean it’s not a surprise, because I’ve never worked in an office before. But I’m glad, that my first bosses showed me this attitude).

CB_souvenirAs always, passing a milestone, I think, that I could have done more, learned more. But now, looking back, I feel enriched. The blocks of information and experience are filling up the gaps in my  head. One by one they are falling down. Cue Blocks made me more magnetic for particular sort of  these blocks. I’m hungry for new knowledge, charged for this school year. Now I see better than ever, that school can’t give me as much I as need. This internship clarified my further path.

Elisha, my TN manager promised “life changing experience”, and Cue Blocks kept the promise.