Hello,I am back with another blog, and this one gets late because I was in procrastination mode. I can’t believe that I am writing my Outreachy wrap-up post. It really went fast! I still remember the day when I first heard about Outreachy. And after knowing what it is, I was quite intimidated and was … Continue reading Wrap-up: All about my journey to Outreachy
Hello everyone! It’s been nine weeks now and so the perfect time to think about my career goals after this internship. Because dreams don’t come true, goals do!! Not only in career but in almost every aspect, the ‘decision making’ plays the most pivotal role. But obviously, it ain’t easy to decide your career path … Continue reading My Career Goals
Hi everyone! It has been eight weeks now since my Outreachy internship started, and this internship is really shaping me into a whole new personality, not only as a programmer but as a human being also, and I can feel it.Let’s get back to the main topic. Today I am going to write about my … Continue reading Modifying Expectations
Hello everyone! I am back with another blog of my outreachy journey. It has been five weeks now but it feels as if it all started a few days back only. 🙂 Today, I am going to explain my project i.e. Apache Qpid Proton on which I am working as an Outreachy intern, but before … Continue reading A look into my project: Apache Qpid!
Hi everyone! This is the second blog of my Outreachy series. It has been three weeks since my internship started with TheASF and I’m really enjoying the learning process along the way. This week we are encouraged to write on the blog prompt: “Everybody struggles” and to introduce an open source vocabulary term that we … Continue reading Everybody struggles
Hello everyone! I am Rakhi from India. I’ve done my graduation in computer science and engineering. I love listening to music and watching tv series in my leisure time. I am specifically a big fan of k-dramas. I also love reading and you can see my love for reading quotations in my blogs as they … Continue reading Outreachy: Introduce yourself