CORDS, an acronym for Computer Oriented Research and Development Society is a student's group in U.I.E.T. Panjab University, Chandigarh. We aim at setting up a robust and effective information base in U.I.E.T. and provide technical solutions, tools, resources and knowledge to meet the requirements of the institute.
At CORDS, we strive to lead in the invention, development and maintenance of advanced information technologies, including computer systems, software and database systems and translate these advanced technologies into the assets of U.I.E.T., through our professional solutions, and services. We also work on various research and live projects to contribute to the field of computer science.
The Computer Oriented Research and Development Society, (CORDS), aim to develop and promote a new culture among the students of U.I.E.T. which encompasses learning by interaction & contribution to live projects and the development of a practical approach towards problem solving.
The CORDS team strongly believes in innovation, technology, networking and providing solutions. As our intellectual horizons will enlarge, we hope to grow and contribute more to U.I.E.T.
We are going to organise SFD for 5th time in a row. This time again its a two day event with day 1 dedicated to familiarizing freshers with Opensource world and then day 2 exposing them to advance topics. Last year we had 350 attendess and this year we are expecting close to 500. We hope it to be a phenomenal event.
Date: 20th and 21st September 2014
Venue: CCET,PU, Sector 26, Chandigarh, India.
Following is the two day routine :
Day 1 - 20th September 2014
1. What, Why and How OpenSource.
2. Commiting to OpenSource
3. Getting involved into GSOC
4. Introduction to Linux
5. Setting Up linux
6. Expert talks on android and linux.
7. Finding your way
Day 2 - 21st September 2014
1. Exploring Terminal
2. Rooting and exploring android
3. Robotics and Embedded Systems
4. World of Google
We will distribute goodies to the attendees, some of which we expect from you and some from other communities and organisations whom we have contributed to in terms of coding and documentation.