This event is co-hosted by TensorFlow User Group Mumbai , GDG Cloud Mumbai , Flutter Mumbai Community , and Kotlin Mumbai .
Event will focus upon contributing to opensource projects. It will not touch git and github as a special topic those are self learnt 😛. Most helpful for beginners. Pro and legends too are invited to provide their guidance to the beginners.
Topics touched are:
Contributing to Opensource ML/AI projects (to be handled by TFUG Mumbai)
Contributing to Opensource Python project/s
Contributing to Opensource JS project/s
Contributing to Opensource Angular Projects (to be handled by GDG Cloud Mumbai)
Contributing to Opensource Flutter (to be handled by Flutter Mumbai Community)
Contributing to Opensource Kotlin Projects (to be handled by Kotlin Mumbai)
Event schedule is as follows as per IST (GMT +5:30):
1700 - 17:15 Introductory session
17:15 - 17:45 Contributing to Opensource Angular Projects
17:45 - 18:15 Contributing to Opensource Flutter
18:15 - 19:00 Contributing to OpenSource ML/AI Projects in association with TFUG Mumbai
19:00 - 19:30 Contributing to OpenSource Python Projects
19:30 - 20:15 Contributing to OpenSource JS Projects
20:15-20:45 Contributing to OpenSource Kotlin Projects
20:45 - 21:15 Open Panel
21:15 - 21:30 Closing Session
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