2021-11-13, 14:40–15:10, Room 1
Contributing to Open Source can't be that hard as getting to know how to code or getting familiar with the command line, especially if you're starting your career in technology, or you come from a non-technical background. Is there an Open Source project you love and want to help? Localization, Writing, Designing, Organizing events are some areas where you can get involved. Some tips and recommendations for starting your Open Source journey as a contributor will be shared through this talk.
You've been an Open Source Software user for a while and decided you want to spend some time helping improve the tools you love. Contributing with code is a way you can get involved if you're starting your career in technology. But there are other areas where you can get involved, specially if you come from a non-technical background. Even though I'm a developer, my first contributions to Open Source were in localization, writing and organizing events. Some tips and recommendations for starting your Open Source journey as a contributor will be shared through this talk.
An active Open Source user and contributor for over a decade. Rust and Python backend developer. Speaker at tech and innovation events since 2008. A member of global programs including GitLab Heroes, GitKraken Ambassadors and Hashicorp Ambassadors. Previously an Intern at TerminusDB.