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Some Useful GitHub Repositories To Enhance Your Web3 Skills

As the world is moving towards new technology, Web3 is the most trending of them. Developers are learning this new technology very fast, many companies are also shifting towards decentralized blockchain technology. To become a good web3 developer one need good skills related to tech, and for that, they will need practical knowledge of web3 technologies. Like working on or making projects based on blockchain. In this article, I am going to share ** Some Useful GitHub Repositories you can contribute** to and enhance your practical knowledge of web3 technologies....

May 30, 2022 · 2 min · Mr. Ånand
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GirlScript Summer of Code Learning And Experiences: From Contributor To Project Admin

GSSoC stands for GirlScript Summer of Code. It is a three-month-long Open-Source Program conducted by the GirlScript Foundation for beginners. This year I am selected as project admin for the program. (GSSOC'22) In this article, I am going to share my experiences from being a contributor in an open-source program to the project admin & mentor of one. How I started? My first open-source contribution was to a friend’s repository. After doing some small contributions I came to know about GSSoC program and I took part in it....

April 28, 2022 · 3 min · Mr. Ånand
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Make Your GitHub Profile Standout To Attract Better Opportunities

To screen candidates, the industry is shifting away from resumes and toward GitHub profiles. In the software industry, Open Source projects are widely regarded now. How can recruiters know that the abilities you claim to have are truly the skills you have? When you’re a fresher with no professional experience open-source contributions come in useful. Without any prior industry expertise, GitHub allows you to exhibit your work. As a result, it’s important to make GitHub Profile stand out and present the best version of yourself....

March 19, 2022 · 5 min · Mr. Ånand
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15 Recommended Books For Computer Science Students

We are in the modern world where the digitization of education is already going on. Now lots of blogs, articles are there on the internet to learn from. But Book has its own value, the author puts his all knowledge experience and time to write one whole book. The knowledge and details you get from a book are very precious. In this article, I am going to discuss 15 Recommended Books For Computer Science Students...

March 19, 2022 · 7 min · Mr. Ånand
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40+ No Code/Low Code Tools And Resources For Developers In 2022

There are so many no-code tools to make the work of developers easier. Anyone can build some useful products, startups without writing even a single line of code. In this article, we will see 40+ No Code/Low Code Tools And Resources For Developers that is going to help you In 2022. What exactly is no-code? Programming without code is a concise definition. It is the use of no-code tools that allow you to create a fully functional, responsive web application or website without writing any code....

January 1, 2022 · 9 min · Mr. Ånand
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All Resources To Help You Start Your Open-Source Journey: Open Source Gallery

Do you want to start your open source journey? Don’t know where to start? Difficulty in finding suitable projects according to your tech stack? Then this article is for you. In this article, I am going to discuss a resource gallery that I curated to help beginners get into the open-source world. Open Source Gallery About❓ Are you a beginner? Wants to start open-source? Don’t know how, where, why to start?...

January 1, 2022 · 2 min · Mr. Ånand
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25 Must-Visit Killer Websites For Developers

There are so many websites to make the work of developers easier. Everyone doesn’t know all. In this article, we will see 25 Must-Visit Killer Websites For Developers. 1. DevDocs DevDocs brings together numerous API documentation in a single, searchable interface. You will find docs related to various programming languages, technologies in one place. 2. ray.so This website allows you to take beautiful screenshots of codes. It also has a dark mode and some preloaded themes for different programming languages....

January 1, 2022 · 5 min · Mr. Ånand
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How NOT to contribute to Open Source on GitHub: Tips For Beginners

While maintaining some projects on GitHub during Hacktoberfest 2021, I came across many new open source contributors. They are just starting their open-source journey and making mistakes. In the beginning, making mistakes is not a bad thing. But, correctly contributing to open-source projects is also very important. In this article, I am going to discuss some tips on - How Not to contribute to Open-Source on GitHub. Understanding Projects Understanding of project like how folders are arranged?...

January 1, 2022 · 5 min · Mr. Ånand
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Are You A Coder? Here Are 20 Top Tips From The Coding Community

Learning to code is an amazing thing. How you can code something interesting and then view its fascinating outcomes. But Doing it in the right way is also very important. While scrolling YouTube I found a video where some developers and community leaders were sharing their tips about programming. In this Article, I am going to share 20 Top Tips From The Coding Community 1. Use Google The developers’ best friend is Google....

January 1, 2022 · 7 min · Mr. Ånand
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Some Cool GitHub Actions You Won't Believe Exists

With GitHub Actions, you can automate, customize, and execute your software development workflows right in your repository. You may find, create, and distribute actions for any job you want to do, including CI/CD, and combine actions in a fully customized workflow. In this Article, I am going to discuss Some Cool GitHub Actions You Won’t Believe Exists. For Bloggers Hashnode Blog: You can use this GitHub Action to fetch & display your latest blog posts From Hashnode on your profile or project README....

December 31, 2021 · 3 min · Mr. Ånand