- GSoC 2018: A new performance-focused urlparse library for Scrapy
- GSoC 2018: Developing a replacement library for urllib
- GSoC 2018: Testing Rust-url, Chromium-gurl, uriparser
- GSoC 2018: Replacing urlparse progress (Python libraries)
- GSoC 2018: How to profile a piece of code
- GSoC 2018: Building a benchmarker for components that use urllib.parse
- GSoC 2018: First week of Community Bonding period
- GSoC 2018: The first blog post for Google Summer of Code
- GSoC 2018: My proposal for Google Summer of Code
- GSoC 2018: Application
- Setting up Wordpress on your local machine
GSoC 2018: The first blog post for Google Summer of Code
The first blog post for the Google Summer of Code program!
I am glad to know that I have been selected as a student developer for the Google Summer of Code 2018! The organization that I am working for is Python Software Foundation, with Scrapinghub as a sub-org, and I will work on the project Scrapy Performance Improvement.
If you have no idea what Google Summer of Code is, it is a program by Google where college students spend the whole summer contributing to the selected open source projects. You can find out more about that here.
I also published the proposal that I used to apply to GSoC 2018. You can find it in this post