In this first step, we’ll set up 3 things, namely,
This blog is a continuation of Part 1 of MLH Fellowship Experience, where I shared my experience from applying to getting selected as an MLH Fellow for Batch 1 in the Explorer Track.
Before we had our first-ever Weekly Standup, we had to do some of the boring (but essential) stuff, like filling up the stipend application, confirming enrollment, and signing the MLH Fellowship agreement. All this done, I was ready and waiting in anticipation for the events on the d-day.
Major League Hacking (MLH) is the official student hackathon league. Founded in 2013, it’s a global community for student developers. As per the official website (that says about MLH) :
Each year, we power over 200 weekend-long invention competitions that inspire innovation, cultivate communities and teach computer science skills to more than 65,000 students around the world.
As is obvious from the statistics, it’s a massive organization that provides a great platform for the next generation of technology leaders and entrepreneurs.
Bonus: All events and hackathons for the season 2021 can be found here.
Let’s look at our next milestone…
Hi there! In the past few weeks several people have urged me to write something inspiring about my branch change, how I studied, and blah, blah…. I am in no mood now, to make my reader sleep with a lecture, and so I just decided to share my whole first year with you, and let you choose what would seem the most relevant to you.
“Good morning bro! Let’s go on a walk…” I nodded. After all, I wasn’t a castaway at IIT Guwahati. I had a few friends here, from my school and coaching, and so I didn’t have…