A one-day event full of open-source, networking, and amazing speakers. Synergy is a collaborative learning event targeted at beginner techies looking to enter the world of open-source and developer communities. The event presents a chance to learn through a mix of live interaction with speakers, hands-on sessions, and improve open source awareness. It is a bigenner friendly event that provides open source enthusiasts an entry point to the open source world.
You can meet and learn from open-source experts and enthusiasts, network with experienced developers, and understand the local community ecosystem. Also, a chance to win cool swags through byte-sized events throughout the meetup 🌟.
About Manish Kumar Barnwal
Microsoft Engage Mentee'22 | GitHub Campus Expert 🚩 | LFX Mentorship'21 @OpenDaylight | Founder @Hack4Bengal | Gold Microsoft LSA 💛 | Hosted @web3conf_india & CCDKol
About Anubhav Singh
A developer since the pre-Bootstrap era, Anubhav has over a decade of experience dealing with large-scale software complexities as a freelancer before embarking on his own AI startup venture. He has authored two books, "Hands-on Python Deep Learning for Web” and “Mobile Deep Learning with TensorFlow Lite, ML Kit and Flutter”. He's also a Google Venkat Panchapakesan Memorial Scholar. Anubhav has been a contributor to several open-source projects and was a Google Summer of Code participant in 2019. He also leads the team at GDG Cloud Kolkata. You will often find him talking about System architecture, Machine Learning and the web.
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Open Codeyard is a boutique community that aims to uplift developers by enabling them to contribute to open-source development through targeted mentorship, community meetups, and organized projects. We as a community believe in the mantra that every contribution is special and so is the person behind it.
Hack4Bengal 2.0 is Eastern India's first free 36-hour community-run student hackathon. It began with the goal of bringing together the best of the best in technology and providing a platform for students to showcase their abilities and achievements. In the past year, H4B 1.0 has been a huge success. We had over 1550 eager members and collaborated with over 31 communities in India. Hack4Bengal's legacy continues and will continue to do so in the future. We believe your community can help us grow and provide assistance, and vice versa.
“When we have welcoming communities of contributors, open source software gets better and more useful to everyone” - Limor Fried, electrical engineer and inventor, founder of Adafruit