Musthaq Ahamad haxzie

Campus Expert

Becoming an Expert

Becoming an Expert

How to complete the application to become a GitHub Campus Expert.

Becoming an Expert

Module 0

Module 0

How to get started with the GitHub Campus Expert training.

Module 0

Introduction

Introduction

An introduction to Campus Experts and campus communities.

Introduction

Community Management

Community Management

How to manage online communities and moderate effectively.

Community Management

Public Speaking

Public Speaking

How to speak publicly, from writing a talk to wowing an audience.

Public Speaking

Workshop Development

Workshop Development

How GitHub teaches GitHub, and how to apply those techniques to your workshops.

Workshop Development

Git Tips & Tricks

Git Tips & Tricks

Level up your Git skills with these handy tricks, including Git hooks, rebasing and dealing with conflicts.

Git Tips & Tricks

About Haxzie

Musthaq Ahamad is a Computer Science and Engineering student from Mangalore, India. He is also the founding member and Community lead of Sahyadri Open-Source Community, where he shares his experiences and knowledge through workshops and talks to budding CS undergrads on various technical topics and through his blog zocada. He is a hobbyist Android app developer, Graphic designer and loves to work on NodeJS and Python projects.

Skills

android
nodejs
python
web development
graphic designing

Recent activity

Lessons from hosting a hackathon for complete beginners, and why they liked it.

Hackathons are fun, interactive and social gathering of like minded people who spend their time hacking together pieces of code to build something cool. For years hackathons have been known for huge cash prizes for winners. Sometimes the numbers are just humungous. Having a huge cash prize means, attracting more hackers, giving rise to a complete competitive enviroment. So here’s a question? Being a complete beginner to the entire programming thingy and having to compete with highly skilled people (There drowns half of your motivation) just to end up comparing yourself and having that thought of “Am I really cut out for this?” might always get a “nay!” from our young lads.

Git + GitHub Workshop at Sahyadri

Having to deal with academic projects working in a team is always a mess. Passing the source code of your projects using pen-drives and Google Drive was always a pain. Well, it’s a mess because you’re not doing it right. Let’s see how softwares are built and how thousands of programmers contribute to a single codebase without losing track of things their fellow developers are working on.