Aditya Oberai

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Aditya Oberai is a junior pursuing Computer Science and Engineering at Amity University, Noida. Having worked with various technologies recently such as Xamarin.Forms application development, Microsoft Azure, etc., he spends most of his time working in the student developer and hackathon communities as a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador. Aditya has been directly involved in the organization of three major virtual hackathons DecentralHacks, HackOn and Ami-Hacks and was the winner of the first-ever Microsoft Visual Studio Code Hackathon as well. Aditya has been awarded an Azure Heroes "Community Hero" Digital Badger by Microsoft. He was also the Volunteer Team Lead at ng-India 2020. Aditya formerly worked as a Community Intern at Progate. Aditya Oberai is a junior pursuing Computer Science and Engineering at Amity University, Noida. Having worked with various technologies recently such as Xamarin.Forms application development, Microsoft Azure, etc., he spends most of his time working in the student developer and hackathon communities as a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador. Aditya has been directly involved in the organization of three major virtual hackathons DecentralHacks, HackOn and Ami-Hacks and was the winner of the first-ever Microsoft Visual Studio Code Hackathon as well. Aditya has been awarded an Azure Heroes "Community Hero" Digital Badger by Microsoft. He was also the Volunteer Team Lead at ng-India 2020. Aditya formerly worked as a Community Intern at Progate. Aditya Oberai is a junior pursuing Computer Science and Engineering at Amity University, Noida. Having worked with various technologies recently such as Xamarin.Forms application development, Microsoft Azure, etc., he spends most of his time working in the student developer and hackathon communities as a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador. Aditya has been directly involved in the organization of three major virtual hackathons DecentralHacks, HackOn and Ami-Hacks and was the winner of the first-ever Microsoft Visual Studio Code Hackathon as well. Aditya has been awarded an Azure Heroes "Community Hero" Digital Badger by Microsoft. He was also the Volunteer Team Lead at ng-India 2020. Aditya formerly worked as a Community Intern at Progate. Aditya Oberai is a junior pursuing Computer Science and Engineering at Amity University, Noida. Having worked with various technologies recently such as Xamarin.Forms application development, Microsoft Azure, etc., he spends most of his time working in the student developer and hackathon communities as a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador. Aditya has been directly involved in the organization of three major virtual hackathons DecentralHacks, HackOn and Ami-Hacks and was the winner of the first-ever Microsoft Visual Studio Code Hackathon as well. Aditya has been awarded an Azure Heroes "Community Hero" Digital Badger by Microsoft. He was also the Volunteer Team Lead at ng-India 2020. Aditya formerly worked as a Community Intern at Progate. Aditya Oberai is a junior pursuing Computer Science and Engineering at Amity University, Noida. Having worked with various technologies recently such as Xamarin.Forms application development, Microsoft Azure, etc., he spends most of his time working in the student developer and hackathon communities as a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador. Aditya has been directly involved in the organization of three major virtual hackathons DecentralHacks, HackOn and Ami-Hacks and was the winner of the first-ever Microsoft Visual Studio Code Hackathon as well. Aditya has been awarded an Azure Heroes "Community Hero" Digital Badger by Microsoft. He was also the Volunteer Team Lead at ng-India 2020. Aditya formerly worked as a Community Intern at Progate.

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In recent times, there has been a remarkable growth in the number of hackathons being organized, especially since the pandemic began. We have noticed that more and more student communities are organizing hackathons and designathons to engage their members and keep them stimulated in times when the world is at a stand-still. For those who may be new to this term, a hackathon is essentially a development marathon that is designed to push developers past the limits of their creativity, imagination, and technical know-how to create innovative products and solutions. As much as hackathons might seem like coding sprints where participants try to compete with and beat each other by developing the best products as quickly as possible, there is so much more that lies beneath the surface. In the last few years, hackathons have been meccas of innovation for all tech enthusiasts across the globe. And a big reason for that is hackathons allow folks to work on projects close to their hearts. They are opportunities where folks can come together, meet with fellow enthusiasts, collaborate with and learn from each other. Having highly accomplished mentors and judges at such occasions then makes hackathons some of the largest networking hubs in their local regions. And the pandemic causing these events to shift to a virtual format has truly allowed them to achieve a global scale at a rapid pace. In this session, I intend to discuss how we as fellow community leaders can uplift members of our communities and impact their careers and lives through the power of hackathons. Hackathons have had an immense impact on my life, personally speaking, and I look forward to sharing these experiences with you all. In recent times, there has been a remarkable growth in the number of hackathons being organized, especially since the pandemic began. We have noticed that more and more student communities are organizing hackathons and designathons to engage their members and keep them stimulated in times when the world is at a stand-still. For those who may be new to this term, a hackathon is essentially a development marathon that is designed to push developers past the limits of their creativity, imagination, and technical know-how to create innovative products and solutions. As much as hackathons might seem like coding sprints where participants try to compete with and beat each other by developing the best products as quickly as possible, there is so much more that lies beneath the surface. In the last few years, hackathons have been meccas of innovation for all tech enthusiasts across the globe. And a big reason for that is hackathons allow folks to work on projects close to their hearts. They are opportunities where folks can come together, meet with fellow enthusiasts, collaborate with and learn from each other. Having highly accomplished mentors and judges at such occasions then makes hackathons some of the largest networking hubs in their local regions. And the pandemic causing these events to shift to a virtual format has truly allowed them to achieve a global scale at a rapid pace. In this session, I intend to discuss how we as fellow community leaders can uplift members of our communities and impact their careers and lives through the power of hackathons. Hackathons have had an immense impact on my life, personally speaking, and I look forward to sharing these experiences with you all. In recent times, there has been a remarkable growth in the number of hackathons being organized, especially since the pandemic began. We have noticed that more and more student communities are organizing hackathons and designathons to engage their members and keep them stimulated in times when the world is at a stand-still. For those who may be new to this term, a hackathon is essentially a development marathon that is designed to push developers past the limits of their creativity, imagination, and technical know-how to create innovative products and solutions. As much as hackathons might seem like coding sprints where participants try to compete with and beat each other by developing the best products as quickly as possible, there is so much more that lies beneath the surface. In the last few years, hackathons have been meccas of innovation for all tech enthusiasts across the globe. And a big reason for that is hackathons allow folks to work on projects close to their hearts. They are opportunities where folks can come together, meet with fellow enthusiasts, collaborate with and learn from each other. Having highly accomplished mentors and judges at such occasions then makes hackathons some of the largest networking hubs in their local regions. And the pandemic causing these events to shift to a virtual format has truly allowed them to achieve a global scale at a rapid pace. In this session, I intend to discuss how we as fellow community leaders can uplift members of our communities and impact their careers and lives through the power of hackathons. Hackathons have had an immense impact on my life, personally speaking, and I look forward to sharing these experiences with you all. In recent times, there has been a remarkable growth in the number of hackathons being organized, especially since the pandemic began. We have noticed that more and more student communities are organizing hackathons and designathons to engage their members and keep them stimulated in times when the world is at a stand-still. For those who may be new to this term, a hackathon is essentially a development marathon that is designed to push developers past the limits of their creativity, imagination, and technical know-how to create innovative products and solutions. As much as hackathons might seem like coding sprints where participants try to compete with and beat each other by developing the best products as quickly as possible, there is so much more that lies beneath the surface. In the last few years, hackathons have been meccas of innovation for all tech enthusiasts across the globe. And a big reason for that is hackathons allow folks to work on projects close to their hearts. They are opportunities where folks can come together, meet with fellow enthusiasts, collaborate with and learn from each other. Having highly accomplished mentors and judges at such occasions then makes hackathons some of the largest networking hubs in their local regions. And the pandemic causing these events to shift to a virtual format has truly allowed them to achieve a global scale at a rapid pace. In this session, I intend to discuss how we as fellow community leaders can uplift members of our communities and impact their careers and lives through the power of hackathons. Hackathons have had an immense impact on my life, personally speaking, and I look forward to sharing these experiences with you all. In recent times, there has been a remarkable growth in the number of hackathons being organized, especially since the pandemic began. We have noticed that more and more student communities are organizing hackathons and designathons to engage their members and keep them stimulated in times when the world is at a stand-still. For those who may be new to this term, a hackathon is essentially a development marathon that is designed to push developers past the limits of their creativity, imagination, and technical know-how to create innovative products and solutions. As much as hackathons might seem like coding sprints where participants try to compete with and beat each other by developing the best products as quickly as possible, there is so much more that lies beneath the surface. In the last few years, hackathons have been meccas of innovation for all tech enthusiasts across the globe. And a big reason for that is hackathons allow folks to work on projects close to their hearts. They are opportunities where folks can come together, meet with fellow enthusiasts, collaborate with and learn from each other. Having highly accomplished mentors and judges at such occasions then makes hackathons some of the largest networking hubs in their local regions. And the pandemic causing these events to shift to a virtual format has truly allowed them to achieve a global scale at a rapid pace. In this session, I intend to discuss how we as fellow community leaders can uplift members of our communities and impact their careers and lives through the power of hackathons. Hackathons have had an immense impact on my life, personally speaking, and I look forward to sharing these experiences with you all.