Thursday, December 18, 2008

programming arena @ fisl 2008

for those who don't know, fisl stands for "international forum of free software", it's the biggest open source event in brazil bringing together all segments interested in OSS: students, academy and companies.

in fisl 2008, which happened in april, we, at INdT, had the opportunity to organize the programming contest that happens during the event, called the programming arena.

it was a great event and the students really did their best to solve the proposed set of problems and win the prize of 1 N95 + 1 N810 for each member of the winning team.

the competition was divided in 2 days: the first phase was to solve a problem set programming in python for series 60 and the second phase was to develop an odf reader for maemo.

below is a video produced by casa de cinema de porto alegre, which shows a bit of how exciting this whole competition was for all the participants.


Rafael Floriano da Silva ( said...

Hello Leo!

How long?
This is a very nice video huh?
I received several communications about it, really was very good ...
This will be an unforgettable event for me and all participants of the arena.

Will no longer miss!

(Sorry by my bad english)

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