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Event Description is a program of Fundación Uno with collaboration from the National University of Engineering in Nicaragua, based on the course CS50 of Harvard University, "Introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming." Students in this course must set up a virtual machine image that contains all the packages required to check and submit solutions to the problem sets, and this is based on Fedora.

This will be the inaugural lecture for CS50 students (even though anyone not taking the course is invited to join) that will introduce them to Fedora, the Fedora Developer Portal, and the Fedora Project community. We will start by giving an overview of the Fedora Project and then provide tips and examples on how to maximize your productivity, trying to stay relevant to the course.

Event Owners

Fedora Representatives

Fedora Representatives
List the Fedora people here who are representing Fedora at this event including links to their personal wiki pages. When possible note the capacity in which each person will be representing the project. Some might be helping at the booth, others might be speaking, others might be running special Fedora activities at the event, etc.

Event Schedule

Topic Speaker Time Requirements
Fedora Project Overview Eduardo and Porfirio Datashow
Add your presentation here Joe Smith


  • CS50 IDE offline with Docker and Fedora demo
  • Brief GSoC program overview

Important Deadlines

Presentation submission: Sunday, March 5th.

Event Budget

Item Cost Comments
Pizza $0

Total: $0

Travel Subsidy Requests


Event Report