This session is part of Open-Source Thursdays series, learn more and register for the events here: Open-Source Thursdays
What is this session about?
In this session we are going to go over an example of the things we’ve learnt about finding open source projects but specifically for those interested in space related projects. Here's what we would cover in this session:
- Places to find space related projects.
- How to join the communities.
- How to start contributing.
Who is it aimed at?
Students looking to start their open-source career, Professionals looking to accelerate their career by contributing to open-source projects, Anyone curious about open source, Anyone looking to contribute to real world projects.
Why should members attend?
Through this series, we want to empower everyone interested in open-source with access to the right knowledge they need to begin, grow and succeed in their journey to contribute to solutions to some of the world's biggest problems.
Continue the learning journey: LearnOpenSource
Gwyneth Peña-Siguenza is a Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft and YouTuber. She is passionate about introducing people to cloud computing and creating friendly and concise content. When not doing advocacy related things, she is probably playing video games (Big fan of Days Gone, Far Cry, and Sleeping Dogs), hanging out with my family, friends, or eating mint chocolate chip ice cream.
Husseinat Etti-Balogun is a software developer for two separate space technology and earth application project groups: LibreCube and Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC). She is a soon-to-be Mechanical Engineering bachelor's degree holder from the Federal University of Technology, Akure. In her free time, Husseinat runs a social commentary YouTube channel with her twin sister, a coding advocacy TikTok page, and creates digital and physical art.