Lightning Talks: Open Source Contribution: A Practical How-To

18 June 2013, by

In April 2013 Rupert Wood organised our second Lightning Talks competition where eight employees each had five minutes to tell us something interesting about software development. This time our theme was “A Call To Arms”. Once again we voted on our favourite talks and the top three won Amazon vouchers.

This is Harry’s winning talk: “Open Source Contribution: A Practical How-To”. In four-and-a-half minutes he demonstrates how to fork a JavaScript library on GitHub, fix a bug in it and submit his fix back for review! Shortly after the competition the change he makes here was accepted and merged into the original project.

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