More than 10 years back with this event i started Blogging on wordpress https://www.naina.co/2009/02/wordcamp-india/ , had the wordpress blog for few years before i moved on to the static web site pages offered from GitHub using Pelican now i am on medium writing this article so what has changed in all these years .
I came to know about the Jaypee Month of code from Telegram communities i hang out on , its been planned by students groups who think Coding for Open soure projects will enhance there skills You can read more about the program here
i saw telegram group with 100 plus people who have signed up to hack on open source projects for a month .
this list of projects are listed here http://jmoc.jodc.tech/project
No matter which project one does following these guides will be useful for beginners
I keep on meeting individuals and companies who are constantly looking for opportunities and candidates who are matching there criteria of a good job and or an opportunity .
With the advent of end of year and the new year the feelings are amplified more since there are holidays for some of you and others are in the middle of there career thinking about what change happening in coming new year .
if you look at the scenario with respect to remote workers and free and open source workers yes now a days i see these terms are used analogous
what we tend to forget is New year and so called New year day is just another day with a new born hope for both the individuals and companies in search of better people and better jobs. …
Commodification of Technology is what the name of the game is, way back in 1990 yes i can say that since i belong to that era ;-) Just like knowledge if its not put to good use what is the use of that knowledge in the same way Technology is here to stay and is being put to use we without even realizing.
Imagine there are no computers , its hard if you try sorry John lenon its a shameless plug since i like your song
anyway long story short Ethernet was in and Metcalfe’s law was in place ,Computers labs back then either had some version of Unix in them or Novell Netware based PC’s talking to each other over ethernet on TCP/IP the times were different and the demands of the industry were also different with respect to Human Resources ( I know lots of people do not like this…