Everyday there's new updates and exciting and innovative announcements about AI. It's a full-time job just to keep up with it. And like we've seen over the last weekend, it's not without controversy. Let's take a look at some of the big announcements over the just the last thirty days.
At the end of July, we started the #100DaysOfOSS campaign to encourage contributors to explore open source, learn how to make meaningful contributions and gain real-world experience. Congratulations to everyone ending their 100 days today! What's Next? Share your experience! Thank you for your participation in the very first #100DaysOfOSS.
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One of our favorite parts of being in open source is the community! And we're always trying to find new ways to talk to folks in open source and to make new friends. Grab a slice and check out what we have going on 🍕 🚨 New Series Alert 🌟 New Maintainers Announcement
We're heading towards the end of our first round of #100DaysofOSS, and we want to finish strong. Let's remember that this challenge has always been about growing and taking meaningful steps to being a part of the open source ecosystem. Let's also remember that you’re more than your green
Fifty. That's the half way point. Hopefully, you've experienced the excitement that can come from this transformative open source journey– a journey that goes far beyond coding and makes space for you to grow your strengths, work through your weaknesses, make connections, and realize that contributions are far more than
A social post that went viral recently stated that if you are junior and not contributing to your green squares, you have no chance of getting a job. The tweet forced many developers with jobs to respond, but they need to respond to how hard it is to get a
In open source, writing is more than just an accessory to your code—it's your diplomatic passport. Whether you're drafting a nuanced GitHub issue, contributing to documentation, or writing a blog post to explain a new feature, your words are often the first point of contact with the tech community.
Beauty might not be the first word that comes to your mind when you think of open source, but there's beauty everywhere in open source. There's beauty in the designs, in the collaboration, in the relationships are formed when we work together. There's beauty in the software that comes together.
Forget about needing a mentor. What you really need is a community. It's like having a bunch of friends and collaborators to lean on. A supportive community gives you guidance, answers your questions, and offers constructive feedback. One mentor will never have the diverse perspectives you'll gain from a community-