Software Freedom Day

Software Freedom Day!

Software Freedom Day is an event held all across the world to celebrate the usage of Free and Open Source Software. The event aims to sensitize students about the virtues of Open Source Software. Each year the event has seen growing number of participants and our past speakers have come from prestigious software companies like Facebook, Microsoft and Google . The aim of SFD is to bring together developers and students of all levels on a single platform to share their thoughts, ideas and inspirations. This year, Programming Club of UIET brings to you the 11th Edition of Software Freedom Day.

Programming Club

Software Freedom Day is organized by Programming Club UIET or PCIub for short - is a student-driven society that aims at educating students and to spread selfless knowledge of various domains of Computer Science, organizes hackathons, and celebrate Open-Source. It's more of a community. We teach, we learn and we grow, together. To know more follow us on:     Twitter     Facebook     Instagram

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Past speakers

Khushbu Parakh

Khushbu Parakh

Developer for Avi Networks

Khushbu Parakh is a developer for Avi Networks, with her primary fields of interest being cloud computing, big data analytics and tech entrepreneurship. She is also a mentor at ghc.

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Jaidev Deshpande

Jaidev Deshpande

Works at Gramener

Jaidev is an experienced data scientist and currently works at Gramener . An active contributor to the scientific python stack, he is also an experienced speaker and have given professional talks.

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Janu Verma

Janu Verma

Machine learning scientist at Hike

Janu Verma is a machine learning and data visualization expert currently working at hikeapp . He has previously worked on the intersection of ML and Bioinformatics at Cornell University!

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Joe Nash

Joe Nash

Student program manager at Github

Joe Nash is the student program manager at github and a firm believer in the educational benefits of hackathons. he has served as developer advocate at PayPal and Improbable.

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Sanyam Khurana

Sanyam Khurana

GSOC mentor for Debian

Sanyam Khurana is a software developer and an active member of the open source community. A gsoc mentor for debian , he has worked on numerous open source projects.

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Anubha Maneshwar

Anubha Maneshwar

Founder of Girlscript Foundation

Anubha is an engineer and entrepreneur who is the founder of Girlscript Foundation. she has contributed to communities including Django Girls Foundation, UPAY Foundation and Mozilla Foundation.

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Karan Pratap Singh

Karan Pratap Singh

Co-founder of PULUG

Karan holds a masters degree from Georgia Tech. and is an entrepreneur in the Ed. Tech space! He is the co-founder of PULUG and was instrumental in bringing SFD to PU

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L.S. Chhabra

L.S. Chhabra

Founder of Cyber Defence Intelligence

L.S. Chhabra is a founder and director at Cyber Defence Intelligence Consulting. he has been consulted by companies such as Facebook and Adobe.

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Akash Tandon

Akash Tandon

Part of the data engineering team at AtlanHQ

Akash is part of the data engineering team at AtlanHQ. Akash is part of the data engineering team at AtlanHQ. He is an open source enthusiast and a former gsoc intern.

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 PK Mukhopadhyay

PK Mukhopadhyay

Former CTO of REC

Sri PK Mukhopadhyay is the former CTO of REC Ltd. and is an established professional in the Computer Science & IT fields with more than 34 years of experience.

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Raghav Arora

Raghav Arora

Manages the company CoCampus

Raghav manages the company CoCampus which helps students get industry mentorship.Earliser he worked in research on data processing at KIT ,Germany

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Pooja Chawla

Pooja Chawla

Experienced UI/UX designer and speaker

Pooja is an experienced UI/UX designer with over 5 years of industry experience and also an experienced speaker, having given talks at conferences like Design Jungle.

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Code Of Conduct

Software Freedom Day is dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. We invite attendees to come to SFD in a spirit of curiosity, friendliness, open-mindedness, and respect. Any kind of harassment will not be tolerated.

At the conference venue, you agree to:

  • Be kind and sensitive to the people around you and respect the boundaries of other attendees.
  • Attempt to resolve differences of opinions peacefully and appropriately for a professional environment.
  • Listen with empathy when someone has a different perspective and give suggestions for improvement.

This Code of Conduct applies to the venue of SFD 2020 Conference, pre-event and post-event informal gathering, and all events organized by the organizing committee of Software Freedom Day.
If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact someone from the organizing committee. The organizing team will be wearing “Organizing Team” I-D cards and you can approach them for any kind of queries. Thank you for helping make this a welcoming, friendly event for all.

Contact

PL Aanand Auditorium
Panjab University Chandigarh
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