#ccextractor

16 Sep 2020 . experience .
GirlScript West Bengal Regional Summit | Getting Started In Open-Source
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I’m so excited to share that I had the opportunity to be a speaker for the GirlScript West Bengal Regional Summit 2020 and share my experience of how I started my journey in opensource.

Motivation

I believe it is very hard to cross that barrier sitting right before we make our first contribution and it upsets me when students, lacking... more

16 Sep 2020 . experience .
GirlScript West Bengal Regional Summit | Getting Started In Open-Source
1 mins Read


I’m so excited to share that I had the opportunity to be a speaker for the GirlScript West Bengal Regional Summit 2020 and share my experience of how I started my journey in opensource.

Motivation

I believe it is very hard to cross that barrier sitting right before we make our first contribution and it upsets me when students, lacking... more

17 May 2019 . experience .
GSoC'19 [0]: Congratulations And Let's Begin
1 mins Read


Recently, Google released the list of projects selected for Google Summer of Code 2019 and I’m fortunate that mine is one among them. I would like to congratulate everyone along with myself.

The Project

This year I’ll be working on Sample Platform; it is the Continuous Integration And Regression Testing tool for the main CCExtractor repository. In short, it makes... more

03 Dec 2018 . experience .
GSoC: How? This? That?
10 mins Read


Google Summer of Code has been announced again, and I’m all filled with nostalgia, but it’s not the only things I’m full with (:wink::wink:). With a motive of helping GSoC aspirants, I’ll be summarising (in somewhat details), how I prepared for GSoC 2018 and successfully completed my project under CCExtractor.

The post is timeline based and it is near as... more

25 Jun 2018 . experience .
GSoC [01]: Fuel For The Fire
5 mins Read


Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a program by Google which brings students and open source organisations together to work on projects that benefit open source community. Besides many perks (and satisfaction) provided in the program, students also get a stipend which varies from country to country; in India, the amount is $2400.

This article is an account of how... more

25 Jun 2018 . experience .
GSoC [01]: Fuel For The Fire
5 mins Read


Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a program by Google which brings students and open source organisations together to work on projects that benefit open source community. Besides many perks (and satisfaction) provided in the program, students also get a stipend which varies from country to country; in India, the amount is $2400.

This article is an account of how... more