Together, let's start - learning and sharing to be industry ready

Transforming from a good student to a great student starts with you. Today, the world wants students to be industry-ready by having at least one prime area of expertise. In the ever-changing world of technologies, you can stand out by learning some of the bleeding edge from the industry experts and increase your skillset!

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Source Control

Source Control is good way of working with a distributed team. It has been in practice for ages and helps developers share and showcase their projects.

Mobile App Development

In the ecosystem of smartphones, most of us want to build apps that solve daily needs or target industry needs. Mobile application development with Angular and Ionic OR Cordova can set you apart.


Everyone loves to code, and in different lanuages too. It's important to learn industry standards for any kind of development - either web or system, mobile or embedded!


The cloud is an ever-growing area. We deploy everything from infrastructure to mobile applications in the cloud for easier and faster access. At Red Hat, we have OpenShift and OpenStack. This is how we give out production-ready experiences. You can start increasing your skillset with these tools as well!

Quality Assurance

As the lines of code grows, there needs to a person or system to test the code and verify the changes against release standards. Quality assurance, or QA, is one of the most important part of the software development lifecycle.

DevOps and Virtualization

For people who love automation and containerization, this is the area to know. This includes tooling such as Vagrant, Ansible, Docker, and more.

About the BootUp Program

Connects college students to the ecosystem of continuous innovation, enriching their skillset, and paving the pathway for being industry-ready!

The BootUp Program consists of several hackable templates for various kinds of activities. These help participants learn, implement, and share industy-grade knowledge in a variety of different fields.

Before you race off to the boilerplates, here are a few community "good practices" to keep in mind:

  • Lead by example
  • Be respectful
  • Watch your language
  • Take responsibility for your words and actions
  • Expect and accommodate cultural and personal differences (read more here)

BootUp Kits

The templates are open and hackable. These are merely the blueprints of points an organizer can derive from while planning for any event. Templates are subject to alteration depending on the target audience.

On the right, you can find how to get started from scratch.

You can start off by being a registered member for FOSS wave and enhance your skillsethere.
When there are several people contributing and ready for the next level, you can help them learn some cutting-edge technologies. We prefer doing an activity with around 80 people to start with. You can request an on-campus visit in the same form here.
After every fifteen days of the event, the follow-up sequence is initiated. This makes sure all new members feel welcome and ensure their voices are heard. Contributing to upstream projects directly is recommended. Here's where you, as a member, can request for the follow-up and make yourself vocal.

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