Since this a very well known event among open source enthusiasts and contributors, myself, @isuruAb , @CloudyPadmal are planning to attend this event as speakers and we are planning to do a speech related to our experience as GitHub Campus Experts, there will be many campus experts attending this event as there was last year.
Dilum De Silva is an open source enthusiast who studied at Royal College Colombo and currently he is reading a degree in software engineering at Informatics Institute of Technology. He is completing his third year as a trainee associate software engineer at Zone24x7 Inc. And also, He is a GitHub campus expert who’s interested in conducting tech talks in domains such as open-source contribution, IoT Development, Java, Golang, wordpress and mobile application development.
Dilum has led IEEE Student Branch of IIT as the chairperson for the year 2017/18. He is a campus ambassador for the Tech Seekers Community Sri Lanka and also, he is a member of United Nations task force. Other than that, he has actively volunteered in global events such as IEEE SS12 Asia, WordCamp Colombo, Mozilla Global Sprint 2018 etc.
Dilum maintains his blog Learn To Code by Dilum De Silva during his leisure time and also he never forgets to play table tennis when he has free time.
Colombo Flutter Meetup is Sri Lanka's first flutter meetup series, started and initiated by me as a GitHub Campus Expert. We are planning to host the first ever flutter meetup in Colombo this March.
This workshop is happening at ESOFT Metro Campus and I am planing to teach them how GitHub works and how they can manage a project collaboratively using GitHub.
This workshop focuses recently joined (L5 2SEM) undergrads of my university. Hope to teach them how GitHub works and how they can manage a project collaboratively using GitHub.
As we all know in the month of October, digitalOcean and GitHub collaboratively organize the hacktobefest global event to uplift the open source contribution and to motivate students and open source, enthusiasts.
‘The more we share the more we have’