Posted by the TensorFlow team
TensorFlow wouldn’t be where it is today without its bustling global community of contributors. There are many ways these developers contribute. They write code to improve TensorFlow, teach classes, answer questions on forums, and organize and host events.
We are thankful to every person that’s helped the TensorFlow community over the years. And at this year’s TensorFlow Contributor Summit, we wanted to show thanks by recognizing individuals who went above and beyond on their TensorFlow contributions in 2021.
So without further ado, we are pleased to introduce the TensorFlow Contributor Awardees of 2021!
SIG Leadership Award
Awarded to a highly active SIG
Jason Zaman, SIG Build
Active SIG Award
Awarded to an impactful Special Interest Group (SIG) leader
Sean Morgan, SIG Add-ons
TF Forum Award
Awarded to a helpful TF Forum user with many liked posts and responses
Diversity and Inclusion Award
Awarded to the person who made a significant effort to bring diversity into the TensorFlow ecosystem
Education Outreach Awards
Awarded to the people who made significant contributions to educational outreach
Community Management Award
Awarded to highly active community leaders
Yogesh Kulkarni, Shashank Sane, and Aditya Kane
Awarded to top contributors by geographic region
Margaret Maynard-Reid, Americas
Sayak Paul, South Asia / Oceania
Chansung Park, East Asia
Ruqiya Bin Safi, Middle East / Africa
M. Yusuf Sarıgöz, Europe
|Art by Margaret Maynard-Reid|
Thank you again to all the TensorFlow contributors! We look forward to recognizing even more of you next year.