Time flies in University. It’s the end of my first semester at Waterloo and I can’t believe it’s already done!
Hello fellows! Another year, another season of Google Code-in. 😉 I’m yet again excited to announce that I’ve secured a position in the grand prize winners! (official announcement) I contributed to LimeSurvey, VideoLAN & OpenIntents over the period of 2 months this time.
I’ve travelled around the Sun 16 times now. This particular revolution saw me starting my first YouTube channel, working hard on Discover I, and speaking at a WordCamp.
Google Gode-in 2010 Grand Prize Winners have been officially announced on the Google Open Source blog. You can view the list here (it is ordered by last name). 😉 Google is inviting 14 participants instead of the pre-announced 10 to their Google Headquarters in Mountain View, California. This would happen somewhere in May. Anybody whom… Continue reading Google Code-in Grand Prize Winners Announced!
WPCandy has published a nice article on the bbPress plugin project seeing serious progress during the Google Code-in competition. The article talks about bbPress getting a lot of contributions in the Google Code-in competition in which I had participated. Devils’ Workshop has also published an article on me. It’s a blog for which I used… Continue reading Google Code-in Mentions
Hello all! I can, (unofficially*) announce that I’ve achieved the 5th rank out of the participating 360 students (view rankings) in the Google Code-in competition by acquiring 112 points from 34 tasks! I’ve tried to put all my thoughts into this single post, so you might find it a bit long, filled with a lot… Continue reading Google Code-in – In the Top 5! Woot!