GirlScript? Summer of Code? Erm, what? GirlScript Summer of Code is a 3 month long Open Source program during summers conducted by GirlScript Foundation, a non-profit registered by Government of India and selected by Mozilla under Open Leadership program out of 51 open-source projects worldwide.
Manbir is a final year undergraduate student pursuing a major in Information Technology from Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering (affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University), New Delhi. He is passionate about technology, and loves Android Development, Open Source, UI/UX and Design.
Manbir is currently mentoring the Association for Computing Machinery - ACM Chapter of his college, and was leading the same as the youngest Vice Chairperson in the 2018-19 academic session. He is a proud GitHub Campus Expert, a Dell Campus Ambassador and a GitKraken Ambassador. Recently, Manbir has also been mentoring in the GirlScript Summer of Code 2019.
When he’s not sitting in front of his laptop or indulging in community activities, you can probably catch him killing time on social media or YouTube. He always loves to learn new technologies, meet and connect with new people. You can know more about Manbir by connecting with him on LinkedIn or Twitter.
“Grind. Build your Linkedin. Insta can wait!” ;)
The ACM Chapter of BVCOE introduced a beginner-friendly series of Android Development Workshops, and the series was a blast as it kicked off with a huge number of participants! The students got familiar with Android Studio and learned how to develop their own Android app from scratch!
Hacktoberfest is a month-long celebration of Open Source. In the Hacktoberfest meetup, students get to know how GitHub is a necessity for the developers and a hands-on session was given on the same. A total of 3 Hacktoberfest meetups were held in New Delhi, and one of them was by ACM BVP Chapter.