As per my knowledge, the online training is not eligible for our curriculum which is mandatory to our syllabus.But the webteck and other like institutional training have very poor content.If you want to learn and get a valuable certificate, you should go for the online training.
hi @hundredrab even though I am not that of an active contributor to Open Source Repositories, but still I may provide a few tips to all.
Find an open source software/package that you understand or are passionate about. You must be using or have heard of some Open Source Organisations like Libre Office, Mozilla, Fedora, etc. Still clueless about what I am talking about?? browse for some in Google Codejam -> archive -> year(2017/2016). Find organizations and what they do.
Once you have done a little bit of research on the organization and what they develop go to their repository. Generally, all you need to do is Google : <name of organizations> contribute.
After going to the contributor’s doc, look for the link to their repository, IRC Channel, subscribe to their email list.
Hanging out in the IRC Channel is pretty good. You can use freenode for this.
Go to repository -> open issues. Look for tags like good first time contributors or easy.
Read through the discussions in that issue, post a comment there to get a clear picture of what is required.
When you know what to do, read their how to contribute. Every organization has a set of rules which need to be followed if you want to submit a PR.
Fork their repository, and submit a pull request.
When it comes to resume building, I personally believe that a resume should not only be specific to the job role but it must also be tailored specifically as per the needs of the organisation you are applying at. We often tend to apply at different companies with similar job profiles with the same resume. This is really a very bad habit and one must avoid it. Recruiters are usually extremely busy people and they often search for skills specifically defined in their company’s advertisement. As Reema Fernandes describes in her blog post- https://jobmantras.com/web/index.php/career-mantras/detail/21/How-to-Tailor-Your-Resume-for-a-Specific-Role
“When it comes to applying for jobs, rotating the same resume will not land you a dream job. Ideally, a resume should be updated each time you apply for a job. Your resume must be tailor-made specifically as per the needs of each organization and the position you are applying for.”
For reviewing and improving your resume, check out- https://byor.xyz/. This site parses each sentence in your resume and then use Artificial Intelligence to give you suggestions depending upon the job role you are applying for.
Remember your resume is your first means of communication with the recruiters. It is what makes your first impression so make it good.