Jose Cedeno is a graduate student at Oregon State pursuing a masters in Computer Sience, working on the Beaversource Project. His degree is focusing on Human Computer Interaction and Open Source. He also works as a Graduate Research Assistant at Oregon State Univerisity’s Central Web Services.
Sessions for this user
Learning how Open source communities work is an important skill in today's job market, but many college students fail to join projects. Come learn how the School of EECS at Oregon State University is working to motivate students, and help them overcome the barriers of joining open source projects through Beaversource.
|Jose Cedeno, Eric Betts, Justin Gallardo|
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The Oregon State Wireless Active Learning Device (OSWALD) is a fully featured Ultra-Mobile Personal Computer (UMPC) platform, designed by students, for students. The goals of the project include a desire to give more students access to inexpensive cutting-edge Open Source technology. The OSWALD will be used in the ECE and CS programs at Oregon State University starting Spring 2009.
|Culture||2009-03-31 19:39:07 +0000|
|Justin Gallardo, Jose Cedeno|