At the moment, an exotic buzz gravitates around the term Open Source. Social coding has strikingly come across as the latest fashion, for it opens up a parallel world of technology, keeps the creative juices flowing and furnishes a sense... Continue Reading →
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 →
According to a survey, only 11% of open source participants are women. People find it intimidating to get started with contributing to open source. Why? As the lead of Women Techmakers Delhi, I organized the event Open Source & Women at... Continue Reading →
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 →
Thank You Learn IT, Girl ! for the kind mention 🙂
I am really looking forward to an exciting journey ahead !
Tomorrow “Learn IT, Girl” will finally start its second edition. After months of hard volunteering work, we are both moved and excited about this achievement. More than 150 pairs of mentors and mentees will start a wonderful journey into coding and creating. And for some, this may be their first mentoring experience. We want to let you know you are not alone. In November 2014, when the first edition of “Learn IT, Girl” started, a group of mentors started a similar journey being as excited as you are now. Here are some of their experiences, along with others from Google Code-In or Google Summer of Code. We hope their advice guides you and inspires you through the journey you will start tomorrow.
Katerina Trajchevska is a Software Engineer and web-enthusiast who co-founded Adeva IT. She was a PHP mentor during the first edition of “Learn IT, Girl”.
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Since the day I have stepped into this ineffable world of computing, I have realized the dearth of female technologists. I have thus associated myself with inspirational communities like Women Who Code serving as the Director of WWC Delhi and... Continue Reading →