Reflections on an Outreachy internship
The purpose of this post is to discuss my intended career pathway and the opportunities I’d like to seek after the conclusion of my Outreachy internship. The last day of my Outreachy internship coincides with the date my graduate school application is due to Portland State University, so it’s an interesting time for me. I’mContinue reading “Career Pathways”
The goal for this blog post is to explain my project to someone who is not familiar with it, for example to someone who is considering applying to work with the Linux kernel through Outreachy. In my day-to-day working on this project, we use a lot of technical terms to describe what is going on,Continue reading “Think About Your Audience”
The theme for this week’s (okay last week’s, I’m a week late posting) blog post is everybody struggles. I had a task that involved making a small number of changes to a project’s Makefile, with the ultimate goal of merging the tc-testing framework into the kselftests framework. This would increase the visibility of traffic controlContinue reading “Everybody Struggles!”
Introducing myself. This is my first post as an Outreachy intern in the May – August 2020 internship round. For those new to Outreachy, it is a remote internship that supports diversity in tech. Outreachy interns work in Free and Open Source Software communities (FOSS). If you want to read more, link here.I will beContinue reading “Introduction”
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