Going to Bitcamp 2016

Over the weekend of April 9th – 10th, the Fedora Project Ambassadors of North America attended the Bitcamp 2016 hackathon at the University of Maryland. But what is Bitcamp? The organizers describe it as the following. Bitcamp is a place for exploration. You will have 36 hours to delve into

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The night I became a hacker

On the night of April 15th, 2016, I officially became a hacker.

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BrickHack 2016

Last month at the Rochester Institute of Technology, BrickHack 2016 came to a close. BrickHack is an annual hackathon organized by students at RIT. Close to 300 people attend every year. This year was BrickHack’s second event. BrickHack 2016 and Fedora This year, I attended with the Fedora Project team,

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HFOSS: Quiz #2

In the Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software Development (HFOSS) course at the Rochester Institute of Technology, quizzes are in the form of blog posts submitted during the class period. The room stays quiet, but it is an open IRC quiz, so many of the students collaborated with each other

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HFOSS: Final Project Proposal

What is this? This post serves as the project proposal for me and my team’s Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software Development “Final Project“. In this project proposal, we take a look at the game idea we are looking at completing for this project, based on the New York 4th

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