Daniel Phiri malgamves

Computer Science Student, 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

Technical Writing

Technical Writing

What technical writing means and how GitHub designs content.

Technical Writing

Contributing to your Career

Contributing to your Career

How open source can benefit your technical career, and how to make your first contribution.

Contributing to your Career

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

GitHub Pages

GitHub Pages

Learn how to make and deploy a website with Jekyll & GitHub Pages.

GitHub Pages

Running an Organization

Running an Organization

How to run a club, hackathon or other organization with GitHub.

Running an Organization

Slide Design

Slide Design

Learn how to bring your talks to life with amazing slide designs.

Slide Design

About Daniel

I’m a Computer Science Student at Parul University. I was born in Lusaka, Zambia and lost my heart to a Python Script. I’m passionate about the positive change code can bring about in peoples lives and I also happen to be a Data freak with an almost unhealthy obsession with music.

Skills

Recent activity

TensorFlow Dev Summit Extended with GDG Baroda.

In April 2018, I gave a talk on Twitter Sentiment Analysis at a Tensorflow Dev Summit Extended with GDG Baroda. The event was a follow up event to the main TensorFlow Dev Summit and had us see new products launched with a few talks and demos on TensorFlow projects by members of GDG Baroda.

IWD with WTM Baroda and GDG Baroda

In early April, I was invited to speak at an extended WTM event for an International Womens Day event. This event was to promote inclusion and diversity in Tech.

GitHub Workshop for Computer Science Students.

In early March 2018, we organised a workshop on Git and Github for CS Students at my university. The point was to introduce them to the benefits of Github and show them how Github can benefit them later on as professionals and right now as students. We had close to a hundred attendees and kept them entertained with interactive games and quizes.