FOSSASIA Summit Singapore

Since this a very well known event among open source enthusiasts and contributors, myself, @isuruAb , @CloudyPadmal are planning to attend this event as speakers and we are planning to do a speech related to our experience as GitHub Campus Experts, there will be many campus experts attending this event as there was last year.

by @dilum1995

IIT L4 Git & GitHub Workshop

This workshop focuses recently joined (L5 2SEM) undergrads of my university. Hope to teach them how GitHub works and how the can manage a project collaboratively using GitHub.

by @dilum1995

Workshop - Git Gud

During the university summer break, I attended Mission Ready HQ as a student. Mission Ready HQ is a council funded programme that teaches university students/graduates about technical and business skills. At this event I was invited to give a workshop to students on fundamentals in using git and how it plays a part in a successful team environment for tech industries.

by @SakshamInABox

Git, GitHub and Open Tech Workshop - II

University students engage in number of projects. Many of them being group projects, they don’t seem to have in-depth knowledge on how to use proper software tools to make life much easier. The scenario is much complicated when the audience is students who are new to campus life.

by @CloudyPadmal

MLH Local Hack Day Tec Leon

Join us on December 1st, 2018 for MLH’s Local Hack Day, a global hackathon and celebration of learning, building, and sharing! Whether you’re a first timer who is learning to program or you go to hackathons every weekend, everyone is welcome to participate!

by @FernandaOchoa

Local Hack Day 2018 - CU Boulder

Local Hack Day is a 12 hour hackathon at CU Boulder that brings together the local hacker community to celebrate learning and building with technology. On December 1st 2018, students around the world will be simultaneously hosting their own MLH Local Hack Days at their school, resulting in the single largest day of student hacking ever. Learn more at

by @elliotwhitehead

CodeJam 2018 | Pattern Recognition

Code.Jam() is an annual hackathon presented at McGill University. It is the largest engineering hackathon on campus, where 200+ students explore their technological creativity by solving real-life problems! With this year’s theme as Pattern Recognition, we are looking to push the limits of AI and see what kind of amazing projects get developed over the span of a weekend. Join us on Nov 16-18th @McGill University in Montreal to participate!

by @Ty-Won

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.

by @haxzie

Git & GitHub workshop- Session 1

During the workshop, participants learned the basics of GIT, understand the Git Flow, created a sample repository to play with and made their first pull request. Approx. 80 students attended the workshop.

by @withshubh

Hacktoberfest at GVP - Report

To be very honest, this is the first ever tech meetup I’ve involved in organizing from the beginning till the end. It has been really great starting right from the beginning till the end. This report contains in-detail breakdown of the entire event.

by @sakethramanujam

Open Hack Day Sri Lanka

As we all know in the month of October, digitalOcean and GitHub collaboratively organize the hacktobefest global event to uplift the open source contribution and to motivate students and open source, enthusiasts.

by @dilum1995

Hacktoberfest JUET

Conducted a meetup for community members to give introduction to Hacktoberfest. I also gave a presentation on how to make their first pull request to an Open Source Project with an open issue. Everyone started contributing to Open Source projects and at the end of the meetup everyone had almost made their two pull requests.

by @withshubh

UNESCO Hackathon in Vietnam

Hackathons play a big role in introducing new students and developers into a fun filled competitive coding environments. They usually brings out a message to the society or get an amazing product out.

by @CloudyPadmal

Hacktoberfest at GVP

Having on-boarded as a CE has given me a great head start and some kind of power to be able to do, what I wanted to do with this years’ Hacktoberfest. I was a speaker and also presenter at other competitions but hosting has never been my cup of tea:coffee:

by @sakethramanujam

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.

by @haxzie

LinceHack Instituto Tecnológico de Celaya

The Instituto Tecnológico de Mexico in Celaya will host one of the most important technological events in the region: A space for innovation and coexistence for university students capable of solving problems in our modern world through tools such as the Internet of Things , industry 4.0 and artificial intelligence.

by @FernandaOchoa

Advanced Git & GitHub workshop for students in Indore

On a Sunday, 19th of August, 2018, we organized a workshop for students to learn about the advanced features of Git and GitHub. This workshop was aimed at those that had prior knowledge of the basic commands and terminologies of git but did not have any experience with the advanced features including rebasing, merging, and branching.

by @adeen-s

Uniphyd. Node.js Meet-up.

In August 2018, Uniphyd. organised a community meetup on Node.js keeping up the momentum built from the previous meetup. Participants made a Node.js app and learn’t a new language - JavaScript.

by @malgamves


What I can say? GUADEC it’s that kind of conference that looks like everything, except a conference. It’s a place where friends of the Open Source community and newcomers meet to learn, teach, play, have fun and stay together. It was probably the most humane event that I ever attended and hold a talk. I really loved it, enjoyed it. And made many friends 😄

by @ovflowd

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 ).

by @kendhia

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.

by @malgamves

Git and GitHub Workshop at NSBM

This workshop was organized by Mozilla Campus club of NSBM and FOSS Community of NSBM (National School of Business Management). They organized this event to give an understanding of Git, GitHub and Open Source Software Development to the 2nd year Software Engineering students.

by @isuruAb

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.

by @kendhia


I was part of the organisational team for ENUSEC’s annual LeTourDuHack this year. The event saw over 80 attendees for a weekend of CTF challenges delevoped both by the ENUSEC team and out industy sponsors. Challenges covered a range of topics from programming/scripting and network analysis through to VOIP, reverse engineering, wire tapping and boot2root vms.


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.

by @malgamves

Join the Peer Mentorship Program

Smithies in CS’s Peer Mentorship Program was created to allow upperclassman CS majors to share their experiences, help students navigate the major, and just be there for support! The goal of this program is to give students someone to go to for questions about CS in general, the resources we have in the department, internship opportunities, study abroad advice, etc.

by @mchavana

Come to HackSmith

Come join other students at Smith College’s Hackathon, HackSmith on April 7 - 8. Though this hackathon is focused on providing a space for women and non binary identifying individuals, all students are welcome to participate. It is also open to students of all levels, as we are running workshops for students looking to learn new skills like Intro to Gaming and a GitHub Basics workshop. We are also holding activities like the #myoctocat contest, sponsored by GitHub, and a stress free area for people who want to take a break from the competition. Food from local restaurants will be provided, and travel reimbursement will be given to eligible students. To register and for more information visit:

by @mchavana

Campus Party Brazil 2018

Campus Party. What can I say? It was just a blowing :boom:. It was my first experience in a Campus Party event. It was amazing, really big. Stunning. I :sparkling_heart: it. The event was giant and massive. Too many content in the same time. And they were all awesome.

by @ovflowd

LetMeHack v1

LetMeHack is the first ever product oriented hackathon in Sri Lanka. Every team had to make one product from their prefered programming language and push those code to GitHub. Students who do not have good knowledge about Git, GitHub, learned from Mentors and Judgers.

by @isuruAb

RoboThon 18

RoboThon18, the annual tech fest of Gandhi Institute for Technological Advancement, organized a Robotics competition where students from different colleges came and participated in the event. It was a 2 days long event held at Gandhi Institute for Technological Advancement.

by @souravinsights

Me at Campus Party 2018

I’m so excited. The Campus Party it’s the biggest Tech Event for YouTubers, Gamers, Passionatein Computing, and whoever that loves #Tech. It has a lot of Workshops, activities, and fun. I’m so excited, I will represent GitHub Officially doing a Workshop about Git and #OpenSourcing. I hope everything goes well. More updates in the future!

by @ovflowd

Giving Back to Open Source

This is my experience through HacktoberFest 2017. During this event I managed a whole group 20 students, some from my community club and outside as a Hacktoberfest mentor. It was just awesome. You can read it more about it in my blog here

by @prateekiiest

Local Hack Day Tec Leon

MLH Local Hack Day is a 12 hour hack day on your school’s campus that brings together the local hacker community to celebrate building awesome technology. On December 2nd 2017, students around the world will be simultaneously hosting their own MLH Local Hack Day at their school, resulting in the single largest day of student hacking ever. You can find more info at MLH Local Hack Day TecLeon

by @FernandaOchoa

Google CS First

Emisha organized an event in collaboration with Google CS First Club. This event is an attempt to bring Computer Science Education to school level students where computer science is always a secondary thing and even ignored. We took this step to spread awareness about computer science and get students to involve in Computer Science Activities.

by @souravinsights

Organising LNMHacks

Carrying forward the legacy of LNMHacks, we hosted the second edition LNMHacks 2.0 was successfully from 11th to 12th November. Receiving an overwhelming response from 700+ participants in Elimination Round, the main event saw 60+ teams consisting of 270+ participants at the on-site hackathon.

by @yashovardhanagrawal

Make me API Workshop

At LauzHack 2017 I ran my first ever workshop. The workshop was aimed at first-time hackers and provided them with an introduction to what APIs are, how to use them and why they are so great! A brief technical introduction was followed with an interactive demo, where I showed the attendees how to use the Clarifai API to describe what’s in an image, and integrated this with the Twitter API to respond to images received with tags describing the image. Followed by a brief Q&A and prizes.

by @sourabhlal

GirlsCoding Mini-Hackathon

During LauzHack 2017 we hosted the GirlsCoding mini-hackathon. This is one of a series of events organized by GirlsCoding with the aim of improving gender diversity in the computer science industry by introducing girls aged 13 to 15 years old to coding. The event included a non-technical introduction to information encoding, Python and Git, and a small project combining the three. You can see the event schedule here. I was scheduled to give a workshop introducing Git and GitHub, but unfortunately it was cancelled due to time constraints. The event was concluded by visiting the hackers participating in LauzHack.

by @sourabhlal

Git & GitHub Workshop @ UNAM

In November 2018, with the help of the GDG UNAM we organized a 3 day program to teach students of the university how to use Git & Github in order to allow them on their school proyects. The course was given at the CIA building. We expected 50 people to join for the workshop. We gave the students food and drinks during this days.

by @juanpflores

ConUHacks III Registration Kick-off

ConUHacks III, Concordia University’s annual Hackathon event, will officially be open for registration Nov 2nd. To celebrate this year’s registration kick-off, students are invited to attend HackConcordia’s official Registration Launch event. You’ll meet the organizers behind this year’s amazing event and there will be an amazing community of people with similiar interests and passions to yours.

by @kim-codes

Open GitHub Training @ NCAT

In an effort to make training in the use of git and GitHub openly and easily accessible to all students at North Carolina A&T State university, I have recently published the first several modules of a custom GitHub training course. This training is meant to specifically address the needs of NCAT, while also providing a general introduction to git and GitHub that students can use throughout their career.

by @ccannon94

Lunch Series

Come to the Smithies in CS Lunch Series! We are holding a series of workshops and talks dedicated to topics in the tech scene. These include: How to Linked In, How to write a technical resume, How to get a tech internship, and more! They happen every week on either Tuesday or Thursday from 12:15 - 1:00 pm in Seeyle Hall room 109. Lunch will be provided. Check out our Facebook page to get updates and find out this weeks event!

by @mchavana

Use of GitHub for Event Organisation

Use of GitHub for event organisation

The first part of the GitHub campus experts’ training is to write an impact proposal. My impact proposal was largely focused on ensuring future generations of organisers can effectively inherit the existing organisation and continue to make the community their own.

by @mattburman

Mozilla Workshop on VCS & GitHub

Conducted an official Mozilla workshop on version control and GitHub. Hands on session of git commands which are commonly used. Also a talk on about how to start contributing to open source. Participants also made their first PR.

by @yashovardhanagrawal

The very first GitHub community in Baja ¡Cimadev!

After months of hard work completing the GitHub Campus Expert modules, October the 3rd I received the announcement that I was accepted to be a Campus expert at my city, the first one where I live and second in my country, Mexico. It was a great day, everything was going excellent and when I arrived home I started planning how can I execute all the papers I did for the program so the first thing I did was to investigate what are the things students need the most at my school. After the research I found a lack of:

by @luisejrobles

Best practices while using Git @ MMontreal Mobile Dev meetup

GIT enables developers to collaborate, review, and manage code for their projects. The talk will cover topics from the basic concepts of version control to fundamental GIT commands to collaborating effectively on code with other developers. This widely used source code management system is something developers cannot imagine living without and although every team’s workflow is unique, some best practices hold true.

by @kim-codes

Hacktoberfest in Brasília, Brazil

In the October of 2017, the famous Hacktoberfest promoted by GitHub and DigitalOcean, was a success in number of Pull Requests and new Collaborators. We made a Hackaton in Brasília, reuning more than 50 attendees, A lot of Pull Requests made, a lot of swag distributed, a lot of food eaten, and so much fun.

by @ovflowd

Come to the Ice Cream Social

Smithies in CS is hosting an ice cream social for Smithies and people in the 5 college tech community to meet the board and each other. Come to the Smith College’s Campus Center TV lounge on September 25th from 7 - 8:30. We’ll have chocolate, vanilla, Raspberry Sorbet (milk free), and cookies and cream. We’ll also have allergy free toppings (no nuts). Stay tuned on the Smithies in CS Facebook Page for updates and more info!

by @mchavana

TechHeck 2k17

A full day workshop on Internet Of Things, Ruby on Rails, Getting started with Arduino. It was mostly a talk event presented by some IT professionals of Mindfire Solutions.

by @souravinsights

Idea Hackathon

An idea based hackathon conducted for new fresher students as a technical event for their orientation program. Since they were freshers, we conducted the hackathon mostly on the idea part rather than coding.

by @yashovardhanagrawal

Git Workshop

An introductory workshop of git & GitHub conducted for fresher students as a technical event for their orientation program. It mostly consisted of basic terminologies and commands they need while using git.

by @yashovardhanagrawal

Intro to Version Control Workshop

Delivered a workshop on intro to version control for students and hackers at Polytechnique’s hackathon, Hackatown, in Montreal. The workshop went through a brief history of version control, how to get started, the various clients available and covered topics like repositories, branches, commits, and more!

by @kim-codes