Next Monday, FOSS BootCamp Kicks off

The main objective of FOSS BootCamp program is to Enrich local FOSS resources experience in the field of Free and Open Source Software in Oman & GCC FOSS community among undergraduate students, Job seekers, employees & IT enthusiasts

  

The Ministry  of Technology and Communications, in cooperation with Sultan Qaboos University and Middle East College, organize the first free and open source software BootCamp from 9th to 11st March, under the theme of “4IR & Emerging Technologies, DevOps Tools, Digital Content Development”, With the participation of over 250 programmers and IT professionals from Oman and GCC and Meena Region.

The main objective ofFOSS BootCamp program is to Enrich local FOSS resources experience in the field of Free and Open Source Software in Oman & GCC FOSS community among undergraduate students, Job seekers, employees & IT enthusiasts. Through professional workshops and networking in FOSS skills, the event contributes to qualify local & regional resources to adopt emerging FOSS technologies and start developing innovative applications or services targeting public administrations, private sector & civil society. The event focuses on Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) as a key technology to drive innovation, add local value and create sustainable and affordable ICT-solutions.

FOSS BootCamp, in its first edition, will focus on a number of significant topics including developing commercial activities using FOSS, promoting innovation, creativity, security and privacy, education,  knowledge, Algorithms, devices and platforms internet of things. It will also address the use of free and open source software in the government sector.

Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) is software which can be freely used, modified and distributed. FOSS offers a number of different opportunities. Developers are able to customize, change or add to open source software and join in global open production processes. This can help stimulate local innovation and growth in the IT sector. With FOSS, small and medium-sized IT businesses can create locally adapted IT solutions, independent of foreign software vendors.

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