Let me try to explain poverty, FOSS and its current state in India before I share my thoughts on the original question. Poverty Hunger, malnutrition, limited access to education and other basic services, social discrimination and exclusion, and a lack of participation in decision-making are symptoms of poverty. According to
FOSS for भारत will focus on exploring Free and Open Source Software from an economic perspective, reflecting my growing knowledge in this area.
I discovered the idea of organizing an online hackathon. So what was the problem with the physical/offline hackathon? In a physical hackathon, we have a limited number of seats, talking about a hackathon in Kerala, generally, the attendance used to be nearby 120 plus-minus 20. So the problem is
April 2017 I was scrolling the long list messages of Innovaden whatsapp group, then suddenly I saw a message it was like “100% discount coupon for Angelhack Kochi”, I copy that code and directly enter to the ticket link and brought 5 tickets without making any team because the last
I was volunteering Facebook build day on last saturday which was organised by facebook developers circles: kochi and around 25 hackers reached there at the venue at Baker academy for science and engineering. I metYadev Jayachandran there, he designs logos and posters So I asked him about some helpful tools
Better later than never, here is a report of the first Women Development meet-up at CUSAT, that took place on 6 March 2018 The meetup venue was splendid, in the Seminar Hall of the School of Engineering, CUSAT. The meet-up was hosted by Pehia and IT association of CUSAT. The