Winter of Code is a platform where technology enthusiasts come together and contribute to tools that solve real-life problems. With the efforts of the whole Mozilla Phoenix Club team, we are proud to announce MPC WoC, the first Winter Open Source Hackathon of JUET.
We are all set to make MPC Winter of Code a great success.
Talent is universal, but opportunities are not. So, we here at Mozilla Phoenix Club give you a golden opportunity to look into the infinite sky of technology and add to the stars.
Choose your field of choice. You can contribute to the any of the projects under Woc in our organization or work on one of the projects suggested by Mozilla Phoenix Club. Click on the fields to see available projects:
Here's a rough breakdown of the days you will spend during the Winter of Code.
|15th December||Commencement of WoC and Mentor/Project Applications start|
|25th December||Student Applications Start|
|5th January||Students Announced and Projects Matched|
|6th January||Community Bonding Period|
|11th January||Coding Phase 1|
|21st January||First Evaluation by Mentors|
|23rd January||Coding Phase 2|
|1st February||Final Evaluation|
|4th February||Results Announced, Swags and Certificates sent to Mentors and Participants|
This contest is exclusively for the students currently studying in JUET, Guna.
For first year students: Project completion/adequate progress is mandatory.
Everyone else: Project completion/adequate progress is mandatory. This is not strictly necessary, but ensure that your contributions stand out in terms of quality rather than quantity.
Students/Mentors/Community members will use slack for communication and sharing resources or planning meetings. It is mandatory for every Mentor/Student to join. You can join our Slack organisation by clicking here.
Know more about Slack and how to use it here
Git & GitHub
It is mandatory for every Mentor/Student to learn how git & GitHub. You can learn basics here.
Exciting goodies await the winners!
At Winter of Code, we strive to bring together developers to participate in the hackathon irrespective of their gender, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic background or sexual orientation. We usually try to keep things simple. Read FAQs to phase out any ambiguity.
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