Important Note - Español
What is Fedora 27 Release Party
This will be a social event to meet other Fedora users and people curious about Fedora from Quito and Ecuador in general, and check out the cool features of the new Fedora 27 release. It will also serve as an opportunity for people to find out what Fedora and free software in general is all about and ask questions of people already involved in the community. It is also a opportunity for students of Department of Electronics and Systems Engineering to learn about Fedora and open-source principles and how can they get involved with FOSS/Fedora.
Saturday, January 27, 2018 from 09:00 to 14:00 hrs, see the complete Agenda here.
National Polytechnic School (Escuela Politécnica Nacional), is one of the best ranked Latin American & Ecuadorian public university for the year 2017, according to Times Higher Education and is the place where Hackem Research Group is going to celebrate the Fedora 27 Release Party 2018.
Place: National Polytechnic School (Escuela Politécnica Nacional), Central Administration Building (Edificio de Administración Central)
Address: Ladrón de Guevara E11-253, 170517, Ciudad de Quito, Ecuador
Auditorium: Polytechnic Hemicycle (Hemiciclo Politécnico)
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Coordinates: -0.2114351,-78.4907692, Hemiciclo Politécnico, Edificio de Administración, EPN.
Important Note - Registry
- A couple of presentations
- Socializing with other Fedora enthusiasts over lunch and snacks.
- Installation media (CD/USB) should be available to those that would like to get Fedora or upgrade to Fedora 27.
- Q & A Session
- Study cases & Projects
Expecting ~100-150 people.
Fedora Representative and Event Owner
- Galoget Latorre [Fedora Ambassador]
|09h00 - 09h30||Reception & Registry||Hackem Research Group|
|09h30 - 10h00||Free Software Principles & Community||Elisa Castillo|
|10h00 - 10h30||What is Fedora Project and How to Contribute?||Galoget Latorre|
|10h30 - 11h00||Automate the Boring Stuff with Python||Galoget Latorre|
|11h00 - 11h30||Bash Shell Scripting||Nicolás Marín|
|11h30 - 12h00||Fedora Security Lab / Ethical Hacking & Pentesting||Galoget Latorre & Nelson Solano|
|12h00 - 12h30||Customizing your System to your needs||Jonathan Díaz|
|12h30 - 13h00||Phishing and Identity Theft||Steven Salazar|
|13h00 - 13h30||Robotics, Electronics and Science: Hands On Approach||Vanessa Vargas|
|13h30 - 14h00||Q&A Session & Close Ceremony||Hackem Research Group|
- To be published after the event.
- To be uploaded after the event.
- Hackem Research Group: @hackemepn | @hackem
- OWASP Ecuador Academic Chapter: @owasp.ecuador | @owaspecuadorepn
- Fedora Ecuador: @fedora.ecuador | [@fedoraecuador]
- Python Ecuador: @python.ecuador | [@pythonec]
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