Ashmita Bohara


Think about your audience

Think About Your Audience I can’t even believe it’s been one and half month since my internship started. Past few months have been quite different and an enriching experience for me. There was a time I was so much confused about my career but as my days are passing in internship I can see the difference in myself towards programming. I can see myself growing and learning new terms everyday. Overall, I am learning and enjoying my journey.

Anomaly Detection Notes

Introduction Wikipedia says It is the identification of rare items, events or observations which raise suspicions by differing significantly from the majority of the data. This definition perfectly tells what an anomaly detection is. It is identifying the datapoints which are quite different from most of the data. Importance In today’s big data world, every organisation has dataset of sizes where humans can’t manually look into them and derive interesting conclusions, thus we need computers to do it for us.

Everybody Struggle

In the path of learning, there is always a Struggle. Trying to do something new, try to experience something out of your comfort zone is always a hard thing to do. I never thought I would get this chance to be part of the Outreachy internship and will be working on the Jaeger project. But look I am here, continuing my internship. Personally, communication is the hardest part when I look back but after the contribution period with all the guidance and feedback from the mentor and other contributors, it’s easy for me to ask for help whenever I get stuck.

Hello World!

Introducing Myself About me I am Ashmita from Nepal. I finished my undergraduate in Computer Science and just completed my Master’s degree in Data Science from Macquarie University, Sydney. I am starting my career with this internship opportunity with Jaeger community in CNCF. I will be working on Jupyter Notebook as a part of the Outreachy Internship to explore the traces generated and find insights in them. I am truly excited to be a part of this huge community and looking forward to learning and contributing to it.