In that year, I started in open-source. Receiving my first Hacktoberfest t-shirt and sticker felt like joining a special group of developers working together to create cool stuff.
After a year of learning, I delved deeper into open-source. The swag became a symbol of my commitment, proudly displaying my dedication to the community.
A Microsoft t-shirt reminds me my collaboration on UI enhancements. It's a symbol of my journey into improving how things appear on the computer, working with a big tech company's ideas.
In 2019, I did more than just write code. I dived into documentation, design, and other tasks. Each swag piece shares a part of my varied open-source journey.
During a tough year, Hacktoberfest went online. Even though we were apart, the swag united us and reminded us of how we stayed strong together.
As I improved my skills, I started to contribute more significantly to projects I cared about. The swag began to symbolize not just participation but a shared commitment to progress.
In 2022, still passionate about open source. Each swag item is a memento of my evolving journey, with the open-source community by my side.