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Seeking support: Jigyasa Grover for Red Hat Women in Open Source Academic Awards 2017

Heya fellas 😃 It feels delighted to be nominated as one of the five finalists throughout the world for Red Hat Women in Open Source Academic Awards 2017 owing to my significant contributions to the open source community spanning various... Continue Reading →

[reblogged] More Power to Hackers  – Jigyasa Grover

Thank You HelloMeets for the feature ! You can read the original post on medium.com/@hellomeets/more-power-to-hackers-jigyasa-grover 🙂 My story — How I started coding and my mission of building a powerful bunch of girls and boys alike in coding. I consider myself fortunate to have... Continue Reading →

Ciao 2015 ! Thank You for being one of the best.

Hello  ! This comes way too late, credits 'procrastination'. I had posted this on the thread "Lean In Moments 2015" on the "Grace Hopper Celebration of Computing 2015 India Scholars" group and I think it shall be nice to have... Continue Reading →

Adios : Google Summer Of Code 2015 [Wrap-Up] #FOSSASIA

Summer 2015 flew by too quickly. My heartiest gratitude to Google Summer of Code 2015 and FOSSASIA for making the past couple of months the most memorable ones. I feel blessed to have been dispensed with an opportunity of this level. Participating... Continue Reading →

searchQuick Apprise: EIGHT #GoogleSummerOfCode #FOSSASIA

The intended “searchQuick” (sQuick) is an application to enable a user to search a set of books or texts, like an encyclopedia, or some other topical book collection offline built in the open source platform Pharo 4.0. Bringing up to the rear... Continue Reading →

searchQuick Apprise: SEVEN #GoogleSummerOfCode #FOSSASIA

The intended “searchQuick” (sQuick) is an application to enable a user to search a set of books or texts, like an encyclopedia, or some other topical book collection offline built in the open source platform Pharo 4.0. After the chief tasks of... Continue Reading →

[event apprise] FOSSASIA Outreach by Manan Wason

Thank You for the mention. Nice update Manan 🙂

mananwason

Okay so I along with Arnav and Jigyasa(Also a GSoC student at FOSSASIA), organised an event to promote contribution to open source projects. We also wanted to get people interested in the projects we are working on this summer with FOSSASIA. So yeah, we had an awesome event planned in collaboration with the Organising committee of Esya’15(My college’s Technical festival) and Women who code Delhi. Also, Another fellow working with the Python software Foundation Yash volunteered as speaker to share his experiences.

We had an awesome turnout of about 150 odd people. So Arnav started off with his presentation where he talked about his experience with Open source technologies and How he got into development. He talked about some important things like Why he likes FOSS, his contributions etc. which got the participants really excited. He also talked about some of his projects and GSoC. Then he moved on to our…

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searchQuick Apprise: SIX #GoogleSummerOfCode #FOSSASIA

The intended “searchQuick” (sQuick) is an application to enable a user to search a set of books or texts, like an encyclopedia, or some other topical book collection offline built in the open source platform Pharo 4.0. The main task achieved was... Continue Reading →

searchQuick Apprise: FIVE #GoogleSummerOfCode #FOSSASIA

The intended “searchQuick” (sQuick) is an application to enable a user to search a set of books or texts, like an encyclopedia, or some other topical book collection offline built in the open source platform Pharo 4.0. As the rudimentary structure of... Continue Reading →

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