I am Anirudh Gupta, a open source enthusiast and 3rd year student at Delhi Technological University.
I learned web development and concepts at around mid febuary. I was quite nice with my Android development skills. But like every other enthusiast student, I wanted to get start with contributing in Open Source. Like everyone, I tried forking repos so that I could somehow solve some small known issue. But I wasn’t able to contribute anything remarkable. Common questions arised in my mind, like How do I start with Open Source? How do I intereact with people? Where to seek help? How do I read a complex well maintained project? What styles to follow when making a PR? How to use Git/Github preperly (There is too much more than just cloning, branching and setting remotes) and much more.
Hi everyone, I am Archit Kaushik, an undergrad student at JSS Academy of Technical Education, Noida.
At the very outset, I would like to state that I had great summer vacations coding under the BOSS program. I thought I must give the event a chance and I stayed on board so far so good.
I am Vibhor Gupta, a pre-final year student at Delhi Technological University, pursuing my B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering.
My introduction with Open Source was somewhat cliche, rooting from jumping in the good ol’ bandwagon of App/Web Development in the name of ‘adding value to profile’ while secretly hoping I would bag a hefty salary in placements at the end of four years in college, and life would be smooth. Yes, I know, every university student ever, right?
Nevertheless, bear with me. This narrative is not that shallow.
Hi everyone, I am Pulkit Aggarwal, studying in Keshav Mahavidalaya,Delhi University.
Whether it is for personal development or career advancements, the ability to play with the computer codes opens up a whopping avenue of opportunities. There’s a lot of buzz about kids wanting to learn how to code lately. Parents have been pushing their kids across the globe for the same. In today’s digital world, coding is a fundamental skill alongside math and reading, but too few kids have the opportunity to learn to program because it is rarely taught in school. Coding allows kids to be creative and builds confidence. It drives innovation. It is really important for a person who is interested in technology to learn how to code and improve their skills.