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LPIC Certification Camp - Nkozi, Uganda

COSS is excited to bring the 3rd LPIC Exam Lab this year, with a double sitting compared to the last one. This month's exam lab will feature LPI's paper based 101 and 102 exams, both required to achieve the LPI Junior Certification, aka LPIC 1. The Exam Lab will be hosted at UMU, Nkozi, on Masaka Road - Strict Departure from Kampala of 730am. If you are interested in the exams* - only 3 spots available - please get in touch with me (@bssennoga, +256 703/753 222 842) as soon as possible.

Learning New Things @ the 7th E-Learning Africa Conference

Last month I attended the 7th International Conference on ICT for Development, Education and Training, dubbed e-Learning Africa. The conference took place in Cotonou, Benin.

Appel à Participation: Modèles d'Affaires des Logiciels Libres

Appel à Candidature:

Formateurs Futures sur
"Entreprendre avec les Logiciels Libres en Afrique"
en Afrique de l'Ouest !

PaulPaulito Offer for LPI Training Courseware

PaulPaulito.com has made an offer to the ict@innovation community of Linux Admin trainers for their courseware for Linux training. Every trainer who subscribes, before the 30th of June 2012, to www.paulpaulito.com via ict@innovation will receive a 30% reduction of the normal price when using the following code: ICT@I2012PP.

Overview of people trained by ict@innovation program

Hi All,

How many people has ict@innovation trained so far in which countries? Please find attached a chart showing the answer. Quite impressive! A big thank you to all those who participated in the trainings and thereby brought ict@innovation to life!

There will be 1 more training of trainers in Senegal this year. It will kick off ict@innovation in francophone West Africa. The call for participation will be published soon!

Zalongwa To Sponsor Dar 2012 SFD

FOSSFA TZ members and FOSS well-wishers in Tanzania are looking forward to have a grand event in this year Software Freedom Day, which will be composed of contests, paper presentations, FOSS related cultural event, various FOSS training and what else ? Goodies during Networking session to all participants.

The first sponsor, Zalongwa www.zalongwa.com is a FOSS business entity which is doing well in Tanzania and abroad, will offer a number of FOSS related trainings. However, some more groups, individuals are still invited to show-case their FOSS products, demos, training.

″Appreciation and acknowledgement and impact from relevant knowledge is what tempts people to share their knowledge.″

Not long ago, Frank Tilugulilwa tweeted a link to an article about the efforts of Tanzania`s government to soon provide the citizens of Tanzania with „fast, efficient and affordable data traffic to support a range of industries.“ No wonder that this information matters to Frank Tilugulilwa. He is the head of the Free Software Innovation Unit at University of Dar es Salaam Computing Center Ltd, and one of the trainers of GIZs and FOSSFAs pan-african FOSS Business Trainings.

Science Hack Day, Innovation Hubs and Access to Technology

I am sitting on the 4th floor of Piedmont Plaza at 88mph attending the Science Hack Day Nairobi. As I watch the busy Ngong Road traffic on a rainy evening just opposite the Kenya Science University College, I can't help but appreciate the advances that we have made in Kenya in terms of spreading access to technology. This is just one of the many innovation hubs that we have in Nairobi besides the iHub, iLab, NaiLab, mLab and others that I may not know about. This is only my first time here, though I have been to the Brew Bistro on the first floor several times.

How to sustain the ICT@innovation communities

Dear Community Members

We need your attention. The funding phase of ict@innovation is ending at the end of 2012. During Idlelo 5 last week, some of us had the chance to meet and gather ideas on how to keep the ict@innovation communities on FOSS Business Models and Linux Certification active and growing. Now your contributions are needed as well!

Idlelo5 ends in Abuja, Welcome to Nairobi for Idlelo6

We have just got back home after attending Idlelo5 in Abuja, Nigeria. The theme of the conference which was hosted by the Open Source Foundation of Nigeria (OSFON) in partnership with FOSSFA was ¨Open Source Solutions for Achieving the Millenium Development Goals¨.

Idlelo is a conference held every two years by FOSSFA. Ict@innovation has been participating on a regular basis since Idlelo3 in Senegal four years ago.

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