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

Technical Writing

Technical Writing

What technical writing means and how GitHub designs content.

Technical Writing

Fundraising

Fundraising

How to raise sponsorship for your student event, from forming a budget to managing the sponsor relationship.

Fundraising

About Dhia

Dhia is an Android Developer and also a student at Ege University, Izmir. Has been coding since a very young age. Worked with different languages and frameworks (C, Java, Kotlin, Python, Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Bootstrap…). \n While learning more about Android Development and Programming languages, currently focusing on digging deep learning about AI, Economics and Philosophy.

Skills

java
kotlin
python
git
ruby
ruby on rails
presentaion
leadership
communication

Recent activity

Using Firebase Realtime Database with complicated queries

Last week, I had a client who uses Firebase as a backend service. One of the clear issues he found himself in, is that he didn’t well design his database when he created his app the first time, which when the app grew up so fast leaded to a big amount of mixed rubbish, neither him could well analyze it nor the user was able to have a good UX (‘cuz of the big amount of unnecessary data he has to download despite the fact he needs it or no ).

Behavioral Economics. -From a non-Econ perspective-

I started studying on my free time about “Behavioral Economics” using The book written by Richard H. Thaler and entitled “MisBehaving : The Making Of Behavioral Economics” . The book is a masterpiece that I recommend to everyone who might be interested in understanding the human behaviors, and of course for those who are interested in Economics also.