October 2020 - December 2020
Community Bridge is a platform developed by the Linux Foundation, which accelerates the adoption, innovation, and sustainability of open source software.
Worked on Thanos, a set of components that can be composed into a highly available metric system with unlimited storage capacity, which can be added seamlessly on top of existing Prometheus deployments.
Implemented features, context & actions to increase observability & control for BlockViewer.
Major League Hacking Coaches are community members who represent Major League Hacking at events.
They are passionate hackers and community members who love to teach and support peers of all skill levels.
MLH Coaches are at your events mentoring hackers, supporting organizers, debugging issues, and much more!
Mentored students during the MLH Fellowship.
Led standups, retros, show & tells.
Assigned Open Source projects (Flask, Jinja, Click, Werkzeug, Julia Language, BentoML, SciML)
Debugged technical issues.
Part of the inaugural class of MLH Fellows (powered by GitHub & Facebook), 144 students selected out of 20,000.
Provided support to report individual testcases, & wrote blogs.
Mentored students in Google Summer of Code for improving Gradle support in the Quarkus framework.
Mentored students in Google Code-in for Kubernetes Java client, Web & Middleware technologies.
Worked on fabric8io Java client for handling K8s & OpenShift clusters, added support for K8s resources via fluent dsl.
Provided test coverage, configuration examples, & performed dependency migration for test suits in JUnit5.
Co-Mentor at Coding Blocks for Java, Python, Data Science & Machine Learning.
Tutored students individually and in small groups to reinforce learning concepts.
Partnered with mentors to plan and implement lessons following institution’s curriculum, goals, objectives and philosophies.
Selected as a Top Contributor nation wide after a 3 month coding period.
Developed efficient solutions to complex algorithmic problems in Java.
Implemented graphical UI for algorithms using JavaFX.