I ask a lot of questions to my peers and to strangers on public forums in the internet. This year, I have been trying to improve this process to ask better questions. Here is how I do it.
I have been blogging ever since I started out as a software engineer. Here is why you should do it too.
Key takeaways from Morgan Housel’s international bestseller “The Psychology of Money”—brief and to the point.
Contributing to documentation is really impactful for an open-source project. It can also be a stepping stone to make code contributions. Learn how.
Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a great way to start contributing to open source while getting paid to do so. This article dives deep into everything GSoC from the application procedure to tips from real experience on being successful
Tips to make High-Quality Pull Requests.
Open-Source is not just about code. See how you can make non-code contributions to open-source.
A curated list of Open Source Internship Programs with all the necessary details.
My experience from a new programmer to working in open-source full time.
Key takeaways and resources from Navendu’s talk on Non-Code Contributions to Open-Source.
This CNCF Webinar introduces Meshery, the open source, service mesh management plane that enables the adoption, operation, and management of any service mesh and their workloads.
A comprehensive guide to writing README that stands out and makes people go WOW!