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Education

Fedora-powered computer lab at our university

At the University of Novi Sad in Serbia, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Mathematics and Informatics, we teach our students a lot of things. From an introduction to programming to machine learning, all the courses make them think like great… Continue Reading →

Learn programming using Micro Bit and Fedora

The BBC micro:bit (or Micro Bit) is an ARM-based embedded system designed by the BBC for use in computer education in the UK. It will be given to every 11 year old student in UK. The device is based on ARM… Continue Reading →

Fedora teaches future makers in school

Education is an important field for open source software to target. Today’s generation will define the future to come, and the lessons of open source software are important to teach to professors and students, including children, teens, and young adults. There… Continue Reading →

Fedora announces Google Summer of Code 2016 participants

This year, Fedora recently announced the ten students who will be working on Fedora through the summer as part of the Google Summer of Code (also known as GSoC). Fedora originally announced its participation as an organization early last month…. Continue Reading →

Work on Fedora for Google Summer of Code 2016

Google Summer of Code is a yearly program ran by Google that focuses on bringing more students into open source software development. Students work with an open source organization over a three month period during their break from school. Google… Continue Reading →

Fedora Store, University initiative, GSoC, and Fedora conferences

T-shirts are back in stock at the Fedora store Clearly an item which deserves top billing! The first batch of Fedora t-shirts sold out quickly in most sizes, and there was a little bit of trouble reordering — but now… Continue Reading →

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