Tag Archives: Pharo

[GSoC] Weekly Blog Posts

This week’s blog posts from Google Summer of Code students. Please give them your feedback.

  1. Atharva Khare, GSoC Community Bonding period: Exploring DataFrame, PolyMath and Roassal
  2. Nikhil Pinnaparaju, Architecture Design For an NLP Library
  3. Dayne Lorena Guerra Calle, Tests analysis in Pharo with DrTests
  4. Evelyn Cusi Lopez, Better and more refactorings for Pharo-Part 2
  5. Nina Medić, Exploring Pharo
  6. Smiljana Knežev, Pair Programming

 

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[GSoC] Student Introductions

Google Summer of Code 2019 has officially started with its community bonding period. Pharo Consortium has accepted 7 students from 4 different countries to participate in this year’s GSoC.

Every week our students will publish blog posts to announce and document their progress. In this first week, we asked students to introduce themselves, tell us a little about their background and the projects they will be working on.

These are the blog posts where our students introduce themselves to the community. Feel free to contact them personally with questions, feedback, or just words of encouragement.

  1. Atharva Khare, GSoC 2019: Extending DataFrame library for Pharo Consortium
  2. Nikhil Pinnaparaju, My Journey Into Google Summer of Code — 2019
  3. Dayne Lorena Guerra Calle, GSoC 2019 introducing my project: Next Generation of Unit Testing
  4. Evelyn Cusi Lopez, Better and more refactorings for Pharo — Part 1
  5. Myroslava Romaniuk, Improving Code Completion @ GSoC 2019: introduction
  6. Nina Medic, GSoC Project
  7. Smiljana Knezev, New Collections for Pharo
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Why this blog?

I got exhausted, sick, and I had to stop reading mails and other computer activities.
Then after a couple of weeks (well I’m addict so these are days) not reading mails about Pharo I realise that there is no condensed information where you are not forced to read hundreds of mails to know what is happening.

Since I need to cure myself and relax, I decided that I will batch my Pharo email reading (Yes I can) and I will extract blog entries because emails vanished under their own stream. They will not be polished but you will find information about our crazy moving fast community. And I hope that you will enjoy it.

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