We, TheDevCouple team, celebrate open source by arranging a number of interactive conferences and meetups every year. Meetups like these are opportunities for developers to meet, interact and network with the speakers and other developers. With the month of October ongoing, it was time for the yearly Hacktoberfest meetup.
I have just been accepted in the Google Summer of Code 2019 and I couldn’t be happier, Yay! 😄 This comes to light as my biggest career achievement so far as well as a huge opportunity to learn and grow further.
🤔 Research suggests that in an eight-hour day, an average developer is only productive for two hours and 53 minutes. Wasting this productive time doing mundane repetitive tasks doesn’t really seem to be an option now. An ideal goal should be to automate anything that can be automated. Save the effort and time for actual meaningful work.
Let’s talk about 2018. This happens to be my first year in review. I am reflecting on my past year, not only to share with others but more importantly to keep a track for myself. I want to be able to weigh and evaluate myself in the future, to know where I come from and how far I have come. With that said, let’s start with the review. ✌
Every year, Ahmad Awais, Maedah Batool and their team
👋 Hello out there. Just in case you haven’t perceived already, I am Ahmad Bilal. This happens to be my first post for this blog. Let’s do this, shall we?