I have been the oldest in all my classes, right from ESL classes, community college courses, Hackbright Coding Academy and now in this internship too. My fear about this internship was that all the people that I would be surrounded by are of much younger generation who are very quick and agile at using smartphonesContinue reading “Internship wrap-up”
I had planned to start my project in the third week of December and finish by the end of February. I reviewed the React code currently used for courses and the use of Haml in the current implementation of campaigns. I have completed converting the Home tab to React. The other three tabs are partiallyContinue reading “Half way Through My Internship”
Outreachy software projects are for people who are underrepresented and this organization encourages them by providing three-month paid internships for those who meet the requirements. All projects in the Outreachy are open source projects, and their experienced mentors work with interns. These internships help interns with many skills that provide them with job opportunities inContinue reading “Come on Board! Open source Outreachy Platform.”
My project is “Convert Campaign Pages to React”. In order to create Campaign pages, I had to analyze the user flow and data flow in the course.jsx file. It took a whole week to get an overall picture about the user flow. I drew a user flow diagram to better understand the course.jsx file. ThatContinue reading “How I learnt to ask for help”
I wasn’t aware of the open-source projects until my son introduced me to the Outreachy program a few months ago. With no prior experience or knowledge of contributing to any of the free software communities, I became aware that I was using many open source platforms and products including Github, Atom, React, Wikipedia, and othersContinue reading “My journey to discovery of opportunities in Open-source projects at Outreachy”
Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.
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