This article is also a part of GCI task provided by FOSSASIA, also feel free to check out FOSSASIA blog Photo by Helloquence on Unsplash Few days ago, I posted an interview with Prasenjit Gautam – Open Source contributor who’s also Google Code-in contestant. This interview was mainly focused on his participation in GCI. Today I’d like to share with you […]Read More Interview with two active Open Source Contributors
Of course it will. Photo by Jake Ingle on Unsplash About a week ago I joined Google Code-in, a contest to introduce pre-university students (ages 13–17) to open source software development. More about it in my previous article. Because I wanna get as far as it’s possible in my case, I’m trying to do as much tasks daily as […]Read More Why am I doing it? I hope it will be worth at the end…
This article is also a part of GCI task provided by FOSSASIA, also feel free to check out FOSSASIA blogSam McGhee on Unsplash Today I had an opportunity to do interview with one of the Google Code-in contestants and active Open Source contributor – Prasenjit Gautam. It turned out that age doesn’t really matter if you wanna […]Read More Interview with Prasenjit Gautam, GCI contestant and Open Source contributor
Photo by Brina Blum on Unsplash Two days ago (28th Nov) the new edition of Google Code-in contest has started. Since I’m 17 this is the last Google Code-in I can take a part in. But before I’ll talk about my experience with this contest I wanna shortly describe what’s it all about. You can find more info on its […]Read More My dive into open source with FOSSASIA during Google Code-in
Not really how I imagined… Photo by Nik MacMillan on Unsplash I set myself the goal of becoming a freelancer web developer before ending technical school. I’m learning web development nearly everyday (as much as I can passing through school stuff). It makes me happy and I enjoy it. I also spend a meaningful part of my day […]Read More Three weeks ago I had my first ever project meeting with a client. How it looked like?