Figuring out how to fix the problems in Mercurial is near to impossible. Yes, you heard me right, and it's very easy to screw up. Mercurial documentation has this chicken and egg problem where you can't search for how to get yourself out of a mess unless you already know the name of the thing you need to know about to fix your problem.
Personal blog by Sonia Singla , CNCF Intern 2020 | Outreachy 2019 Intern at Mozilla | Open-Source Contributor at Mozilla | Mozilla Representative | 20 y.o 👩🏻💻 You can follow me on Twitter
I am fortunate enough to have them as mentors as they not only guided me technically but also showed how to become a good software engineer and human being.
Unorganized stuff is the best 😂, always make a mess and then try to make it look good
The past two weeks were most exciting and challenging at the same time. We are half way done !
Get to know more about Thanos, a set of components to make our Prometheus deployments a long-term TSDB solution with Highly Available setup.
After 30 years and 1 week of lock down, I am feeling productive (Just kidding, i am just 20 😂). Ready to roll with me again? 😉
I have been selected as an intern at Cloud Native Computing Foundation with Thanos where I will be working with the Project Complete Katacoda tutorials under the guidance of Bartek Plotka and Povilas Versockas.
you ended fucking up the re-base so badly that you deleted the repository and cloned a new one 😂
Clojure is a general-purpose, dynamic, compiled, and predominantly functional programming language from the Lisp family tree.
I did my internship with WebCompat team and I am missing working with Dennis terribly. Since, Mozilla is a global non-profit with a strong community that works openly, I’ll be working as Volunteer Contributor 👩💻
The Mozilla Reps program is open to anyone who is passionate, knowledgeable and willing to help.
Currently, I am working on refactoring of code/writing more clean code : restructuring existing code, changing the factoring without changing it’s external behavior.
Finally, 13 months of 2019 are over, so excited for 2020, new year xDDDDD.
Always remember, there is nothing annoying about asking questions and the earliest, we share our problems with mentor and the community, the quickest we will have an idea about what we were doing wrong, or we will have another approach to try.
I am working on the project Prototype an in-browser mechanism to report Web Compatibility issues under the mentorship of Dennis Schubert and Mike Taylor and Thomas Wisniewski.
Two-factor authentication, or 2FA is the most significant solution used to protect users data and adds security while logging into browser, app or any website.
Localization is top-priority contribution and an essential component in ensuring that our translation has the maximum effect on million of users.
There are years that ask questions and years that answer.