[Haskell-cafe] open source project for student
cdsmith at gmail.com
Thu Apr 12 00:18:24 CEST 2012
Hmm, tough to answer without more to go on. I think if I were in your
shoes I'd ask myself where I'm most happy outside of programming. A lot of
good entry level open source work involves combining programming with other
Are you an artist? Have a talent for strong design and striking expression?
Are you an organizer or a communicator? The sort of person who draws
diagrams and talks to yourself practicing better ways to explain cool ideas
in simple terms?
Are you a scrappy tinkerer? Someone who knows how to get your hands dirty
in a productive way before you're an expert? A wiz with unit testing and
I do have an education-related project I'm working on where being a smart
but inexperienced programmer might be an advantage. But it's a question of
whether it's a good fit for what you're looking for. Email me if you may
be interested in that.
On Apr 11, 2012 3:53 PM, "Dan Cristian Octavian" <danoctavian91 at gmail.com>
> I am a second year computer science student who is very interested in
> working on a haskell open source project. I have no particular focus on a
> certain type of application. I am open to ideas and to exploring new
> fields. What kind of project should I look for considering that I am a
> beginner? (Any particular project proposals would be greatly appreciated).
> Is the entry bar too high for most projects out there for somebody lacking
> experience such as me so that I should try getting some experience on my
> own first?
> Would it be a better idea to try to hack on my own project rather than
> helping on an existing one?
> Thank you very much for your help.
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