CCSL promotes the presentation "The day to day of a startup", by Daniel Cukier, nowadays is CTO on Elo7 and is doing doctorate in Computer Science on Universidade de São Paulo in the area of Cloud Computing.
Where: Auditório Jacy Monteiro (bloco B) – IME/USP
On November 9, 2012, from 13.30 to 22pm, the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics (IME) of the University of São Paulo (USP) will hold the PGDay. The PGDay (or PostgreSQL Day) is a nonprofit conference organized to promote the use of PostgreSQL. PostgreSQL is a free and open-source Database Management System, that has high quality and is competitive compared to proprietary solutions.
This Friday, CCSL will receive a visit from Richard Matthew Stallman, at IME-USP. It is a chance to get to know better the founder of the Free Software Movement, from GNU Project and Free Software Foundation (FSF). Stallman consolidated the "copyleft" concept by writing GNU General Public License (GNU/GPL), the most used free license in the world. Since 1990, he spends most of his time as a political activist, defending free software and fighting against software patents.
During August 20th till the 22nd, issues such as Privacy, Personal Data, Digital Entrepreneurship, Liability, Copyright, Innovation and many others will be discussed at the Congress “Law and Internet” (Congresso Direito e Internet) at the Faculty of Law of the University of São Paulo (USP).
Brazil's USP FLOSS Competence Center (CCSL-USP) and the CTS-FGV joined forces to develop a comprehensive study and sent, on May 15th 2012, a position paper to INPI (the Brazilian National Institute for Industrial Property, responsible for patents in the country) on software patents. This paper provides concrete legal arguments against software patents, both in general and within Brazil specifically, and highlights the many issues identified in the current procedures adopted by the INPI regarding software patent applications.
The USP FLOSS Competence Center with the help of the PoliGNU group invite everyone to the I FLOSS Week at USP (SSL-USP)
From April 23rd to 27th, the week will feature several lectures and workshops in multiple campus of the University of São Paulo to promote and discuss about FLOSS and related topics.
Internet allow us to observe populations of people, then how can we use it to understand events in our 'Brave New World'? In this talk will be show relations between Open Data and social trends and how we can to relate these multiples tools to comprehend this changing world.
Where: Auditório Jacy Monteiro / IME - USP
Date: 08/02 (Quarta Feira)
Time: 15h00m - 17h30m
The 21st century is the century of globalization. This also applies to IT. More and more system development is only a task in the broader approach of system landscape maintenance.