Facebook Open Source Mentorship Program: Diving into Open Source

A little over a month ago, a university class fellow of mine, who is one of the community leads of Facebook Developer Circle – Lahore, posted about Facebook’s Open Source Mentorship Program. I applied for the program with no expectation of getting in because well, little experience and a blank github contribution graph (although it did mention that you don’t need to have any experience … Continue reading Facebook Open Source Mentorship Program: Diving into Open Source

6 Lessons from a 6-Month-Old QA Engineer

It’s my 7th month as a Quality Assurance Engineer and I started this blog a couple of months ago. My first post was Diving into QA which was about how/why I started a career in Quality Assurance. For a few weeks now, I have been struggling to write another post but everything I come up with is disregarded (by me, of course!) because there are so … Continue reading 6 Lessons from a 6-Month-Old QA Engineer