Clifford Ouma, a React Native developer, talented speaker, and the campus expert from the Moi University, performed live for a workshop on Web Accessibility and why we should care.
Born in Bihar, Param Siddharth is a software engineer and artist with both academic and self-taught skills.
He has developed and contributed to command-line, GUI, and web-based applications, with significant experience of modern technologies, including but not limited to Express, React, Flask, MongoDB, SQL, and cross-platform C/C++ in domains such as APIs, UI/UX design, back-end and business logic development, data science, machine learning, deployment, and containerization.
He is a purpose-driven individual who prioritizes quality, consistency, sustainability and extensibility in computer applications. He has participated in and won several coding contests, such as hackathons, competitive coding contests, and open source summers and winters of code. He is a part of community-effort programmes and coding clubs, under which he has both organized and participated in events and contests.
As an independent artist, he has released over 8+ singles and 3+ albums/EPs in popular genres such as Indian classical, hip-hop, Bollywood and world pop. His songs mostly represent new ideas and beliefs for values and culture in the modern times.
Nathaly Toledo, a top-rated full-stack developer on Upwork, one who aims to fight social challenges with her work, and the campus expert from the University of the People, performed live for a workshop on Spring Boot and how it can be used to build APIs.
Forest Kristoffer Ziven Anderson, an active game developer, a part of the development team of the Veloren RPG, and the campus expert from Carleton University, performed live for a workshop on the Rust Programming Language for beginners.
Lavínia Paganini, the campus expert from UFPE, performed live on Scala and functional programming with a workshop at our local community at JUET.
We’re honoured that a really qualified individual, Adil Shehzad, an AWS community builder, an author on Educative, and the campus expert from UCP, was live for a workshop on the automation of AWS infrastructure using Python and Boto3 at our local community at JUET.
Harshita Jain, the campus expert from NITH, performed live on Spark AR with a workshop at our local community at JUET.
This Republic Day, in a live workshop on YouTube, Pritish Samal, the campus expert from NITR, performed on React and CSS-in-JS Libraries.
In a live workshop on YouTube, Raheel Siddiqui, the campus expert from UIT, talked about Vue and how a beginner can get started with it.
It was an event for the university freshers which lays the foundation for our future workshops and helps the CS students get started with their development journey. In the event, I, Ritesh Yadav, and Vanama Yaswanth spoke.