I’m Kritika Rag, an undergraduate engineering student at Manipal University in Jaipur, India. I’m pursuing a Computer Science major with a Data Science minor. I have a strong interest in artificial intelligence, web development, and competitive programming. In addition, I’ve spent the last three months working as a DSA Problem Setter intern at Scaler Academy, where I create data structure-related questions that are utilized in hiring and coding competitions on the Interview Bit platform. Now that GSoC 2023 is approaching, I’m eager to participate. I sincerely hope that this community will provide me with the opportunity to do so and to work alongside them.
A few weeks ago, I came across Fortran-lang while looking over the list of organizations from the previous year. I was particularly intrigued by the project “IMPLEMENTING A CUSTOM WASM BACKEND” and I went on to follow Fortran on Twitter (which, I believe, no longer exists). I also joined Fortran Discourse to see what was going on there at the time, and I tried learning the Fortran language. Although I am aware that the official list of contributing organizations has not yet been released, I do believe that this is the ideal time to start interacting with the team and beginning to learn more about the contributions. After looking through every project concept posted on the company’s GitHub page, I’ve decided that, given my interests and skill set, I would love to contribute to either the “Language Server” or the “Enable running Fortran in Browser” projects.
I would be really grateful if the community members could guide me through my request.
Here’s my LinkedIn Profile : Kritika Rag