hey @Aryaman2912, the first step would be brush up your basic deeplearning concepts ( have knowledge of DNN, CNN, RNN, LSTM ).
after that, I would suggest you to start the tensorflow-in-practice course available on deeplearning.ai (COURSERA).
I've done that, made few projects, and worked on modeling a few anime GANs.
For all "I want to GSOC'21, help me start contributing" posts:
- Go to the TF repo
- Find issue
- Solve issue
- Go to step 2.
It's as simple as this
@1hitman Please refer to this.
For more information on the guidelines for contribution refer to: Contribute to TensorFlow
@rxng8 Most issues seem intimidating at first but after spending time carefully reading through the issue as well as the source code related to the issue you will get a better understanding of the problem at hand. Most people give up immediately after looking at a hard question. The key is persistence! Try to filter out issues that are beyond your understanding.
The best place to start is by solving documentation issues!