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

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

GraphQL

GraphQL

A hands-on workshop on GraphQL APIs & clients.

GraphQL

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

About TechyTushar

Tushar is a Computer Science undergraduate who loves to make things which solve problems and makes life easier. He is an active Open Source contributor and Google Summer of Code 2018 participant with SPDX. He has a keen interest in everything related to Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Robotics. In his free time he loves to watch Sci-Fi movies and listen to EDM music. He is also the co-organizer of the Kanpur Python and PyData meetup groups.

Skills

python
c
js
machine learning
deep learning
web development

Recent activity

FOSS, Git & GitHub Workshop at KIT, Kanpur

A workshop was organized for the students of Kanpur Institute of Technology, Kanpur where we introduced them about Open Source, Git and GitHub. The attendees were first and second year computer science students who had little to no idea about Git and GitHub. We also told them about GSoC and other open source programs, how they can contribute to open source projects and how it will help them in their career.

Git & GitHub Workshop

The workshop was organized during Hacktoberfest, in which the participants learned about Open Source, basics of Git, managing projects and contributing to open source using GitHub. This was attended by 40 people.