He is the founder of DevRel.Page, an umbrella initiative to help students and early age professionals find their way into Developer Relations. He has been working as a DevRel consultant with various companies, including GitHub, MLH, Grouparoo, Zoomcar and many others! Notably, he has hosted some of the top international developer conferences like GitHub Universe, GitHub Satellite India, MLH Hackcon & Local Hack Day. He has given talks on open source development in 30+ institutes of India and abroad.
Rocket.Chat is an open source communications platform with an architecture of uniting all forms of communications in a single place. My primary role includes managing the entire developer community team while setting up strategies for the content, training & certification, and events teams. I'm also working closely with the product and marketing teams to drive high levels of increased developer community engagement and growth in new verticals across global geographies.
GitHub is a web-based version-control and collaboration platform for software developers. I work with their student empowerment wing, GitHub Education, helping them in planning their various online evangelism activities. Notably, I have hosted events like GitHub Universe, GitHub Satellite India, and a weekly Developer Relations Show on their official twitch channel.
Major League Hacking is one of the pioneers in the student tech event space with clients ranging from Google, Microsoft, Dell, and many others. It is considered one of the most loved brands in the student hackathon space.
As the first employee in the Asia Pacific region, the central part of my role included setting up and managing the entire student hackathon community in India, Singapore & Australia. This included setting the standards and strategising the regional programs to establish and grow an inclusive process of recruiting and onboarding hackathons and building long term relationships. Additionally, I was responsible for managing the European and partly North American regions.
During my stay, I also developed a robust internal system of managing the entire process end to end.
Started as an initiative for helping students and early age professionals get into the field of Developer Relations, DevRel.Page is now a consultancy with a team of evangelists and content creators who can help you execute strategies that help you understand and reach out to your target developers.
Diving into Developer Relations, I tried my hand in different community and documentation projects. These projects allowed me to share my thoughts on different aspects of developer relations and organising hackathons, etc. helping folks dig deeper into it.
One of my initial tryouts of forming a hackathon project based open source community. This was an experience that motivated me to explore developer relations as a full time career.
A web app that enhances the addressing system of the world. Instead of remembering long addresses, Addy generates a unique 7-digit code based on the latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates of any position.
An idea that always motivated me throughout my college life. Trying out different iterations of a project to uplift the tailoring sector. You can also explore more about vestir< a href="https://vestir.in/" target="_blank">here
For trying out better ways of implementing the body segmentation features for the Vestir App, I tried to implement multiple logistic regression modules on top of Tensorflow.JS using MNIST Dataset.
The next step to try and figure out the best way to measure the dimensions of a person was to have our own manipulation of bodypix, a model trained for segmenting a person and their 24 body parts.
One of the technologies I explored very deeply is definitely React Native. I tried my hand making a ton of projects with various applications and ideas I had in mind. Here are a few of them:
A social platform for restaurants to showcase their dishes, offers etc as posts alongside a food ordering system within itself. A React Native & Redux based scalable application with client side backend.