MakerFest has always been very closed to my heart because from here what my journey as a #Mozillian started and as result, this is my 2nd consecutive year as a Lead organizer and 3rd year as a volunteer from Mozilla India. 😎
This year, Makerfest is back with awesomeness upgrades – 150+ makers, 50 workshops, 25 awesome speakers, and 30,000+ spectators.
A Brief Introduction to Maker Fest:
Maker Fest is the Indian continuation of Maker Faire hosted across America, Europe, Africa and Japan. Maker Faire, which launched in California in 2006, now hosts hundreds of thousand attendees. It is the amalgamation of festivals celebrating the innovators and an art show with booths for inventors, demonstrations, and workshops for attendees.
GirlScript India Summit – It is the first ever women oriented technical festival of India hosted by GirlScript Foundation. It is a platform where students get a chance to polish their skills and explore their potential. The Technical fest will comprise of Events, Exhibitions, Guest Lectures and a lot more, which aims to provide holistic exposure to students.
The India Summit will cover the highlights of ‘Technical Industry’ such as AI and Advanced Machine Learning, Intelligent Apps (Virtual Personal Assistance), Intelligent Things (Robots, Drones, and Autonomous Vehicles), Virtual and Augmented Reality, Blockchain, and Cryptocurrency. It will also include the finest speakers from the technology industry and some successful women entrepreneurs who would like to share their story with us and how it feels like to be a women entrepreneur in India.
Goal: Introduce Rust, WebVR with enthusiastic students, experts who came at this summit. Also, It is a 2-day event that comprises of students from different universities across the country. Moreover, It is a platform where students get a chance to polish their skills and explore their potential. The Technical fest will comprise of Events, Exhibitions, Guest Lectures and a lot more, which aims to provide holistic exposure to students.Continue reading
While wrapping up with RainOfRust campaigns I was working on reports and gathering feedbacks from the community about our recent initiative and we got an overwhelmed responses from the all around. The participation with IEEE R10 Sectional Leadership Summit was one of the feedback of our recent work for the community.
Here IEEE Gujarat Section and IEEE GCET Student Branch invited me to join at IEEE R10 Sectional Leadership Summit which was organized on 3rd & 4th August at G H Patel College of Engineering & Technology, Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat.
I was very excited and I accepted their invitation as this was the 1st time Mozilla’s presence at IEEE summit.