Red Hat Partners With Arizona State University for FUDCon

Jan 27, 2011

This year the North American Fedora User and Developers Conference (FUDCon) will be held at Arizona State University in Tempe Arizona from January 29-31.

At FUDCon, Fedora contributors participate in technical sessions, code sprint sessions, hackfests, workshops and more which focus on Fedora's features and projects as well as community building.

“Arizona State is committed to providing its students with opportunities to explore, participate and contribute to open source software and communities,” said Ronald Askin, Director, School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering in the press release today, “We are pleased to support the Fedora Project and host FUDCon on campus, and look forward to many ASU students attending.”

FUDCon will include sessions on SELinux, Fedora Spins, BoxGrinder, Fedora Security Lab, Fedora Ambassador, a Legal track and more.

See the Fedora wiki for more information about current and upcoming FUDCon events.

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